Does a broken neck and paralysis put an end to an active outdoor life? Not when you adapt thinking, methods and equipment. See how it’s working for this former ski instructor.
It's said that southwestern Utah offers the highest concentration of slot canyons in the world. While many are remote and highly technical, well-prepared visitors can hike right into some of them. But for the best experience, consider a stay in Kanab where you can book a guide to introduce you to these geological wonders.
Visit an outpost of adventure in Southern Utah where a shared love of place and friendly competition has spurred a culinary renaissance. Amid stunning red rock landscapes and vivid Hollywood history, discover a French bakery and comfort food, organic and vegan options, and eclectic slow food. All in a town of under 5,000 people.
Mountain bikers make the trek to the rugged and remote Gooseberry Mesa for its desert vistas and fun slickrock singletrack. Most of the trail system caters to moderate to advanced riders. If it's your first time, area guides can show you the best routes. Watch the video.
About 15 miles west of the small town of Milford, Utah, exists the remnants of a once wild — and wildly profitable — mining town called Frisco, named for the San Francisco Mountains.
May 10, 2019 marks "Spike 150," the 150th anniversary of the First Transcontinental Railroad, a groundbreaking feat of American ingenuity and determination. Travel west of Brigham City, Utah, to follow author Tim Sullivan as he traces the history of this remote route along the northern edge of the Great Salt Lake.
Where to go? The real question is, “What kind of experience do you want?” Utah is more than skiing, even in winter. Each of its 14 resorts has a vibe as distinct as its terrain so guests can tailor their experience and enjoy More Mountain Time. Get a local’s insight on where to go.
Ski school is cool, and it’s where beginners to experts find the secrets to skiing (and Utah’s secret powder stashes). Learn to ski the entire resort from the industry’s best instructors — and even some Olympians.
Shop for ski gear like a local. Know what to buy and where to find the best deals at home and on the mountain. Forget the faux fur and get save enough money to come back for spring skiing. Now, that is luxury!
With so many activities on and off the mountain all year long, you’ll wonder whether there’s a bad time to come to Utah (no, there isn’t). November to May, Utah resorts have guests dress up and slide down, enjoy moonlight and Sundance, eat chocolate and drink whiskey and, yes, ski some of The Greatest Snow on Earth®.