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A Cauldron of Continuing Olympic Fervor

Watch the journey of Ugandan Olympic hopeful and snowboarder Brolin Mawejje as he seeks to create his perfect run on Utah's slopes. He's just one example of the world-class athletes that train for the Olympics in Utah.

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Crucialfest, originally a metal-themed festival dating to 2010, has evolved beyond its solely metal roots to encompass multiple Salt Lake City live music venues and attract a range of local and national acts. Learn more about the festival and explore where to go for live music now.

Utah's Original Jazz

Legendary saxophonist Joe McQueen came to the city of Ogden , Utah, in 1945 for a two-week gig and he never left. Now, he's the musical godfather of Ogden's lively 25th Street, and when he blows his horn, it's a community horn. Hear his story, learn where to see him play, then explore some of Ogden's (and Salt Lake City's) best nightlight and jazz clubs.

Alpine Fishing Above the Red Rock Landscapes of Southern Utah

Sitting just outside of Capitol Reef National Park, this 11,000-foot peak offers views of the surrounding red canyons and desert-like region. In contrast, Boulder Mountain is heavily forested and home to more than 80 lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. With an average rainfall multiple inches more than the lower regions, the area makes for some surprisingly good fishing.

Find a Winter Refresh in a Utah State Park

Find the beauty and intrigue of the winter season on a Utah state park adventure — from ice fishing and snowmobiling to eagle watching and cozying up in a yurt.

Robert Redford Sets the Sundance Scene

Video: The Sundance Kid himself shares the story of Sundance Mountain Resort, which boasts rustic elegance steeped in dramatic scenery. Its classic cabins boast rough sawn wood and stone fireplaces. Everything breathes high quality.

Everything in its Right Place

In this Citizens of Mountain Time story, follow "Mouse" and his crew of diggers — called as much because they dig in terrain park features, but whom also are called park rangers or crew — are hurriedly preparing the parks for the busy weekend crowds. The masses will come hungry to shred Brighton Ski Resort's six parks and an ever-changing assortment and arrangement of features.

Ski In, Never Leave

It’s not an uncommon story at Alta: many people experience the Utah resort and just can’t seem to leave. Great lodging and an average annual snowfall of 545 inches have something to do with it. For Alta Lodge general manager Marcus Dippo, it's also a decades-long relationship with a place and its people that turned this "magical" place into his home. This Citizens of Mountain Time profile tells the story.

Ritual Chocolate: Mountain Lifestyle Calling

Utilizing 100-year-old craft chocolate methods to make the perfect bar, Ritual Chocolate is right at home in Park City. In this Citizens of Mountain Time story, get to know Ritual's Robbie Stout and Anna Davies as they strive to create the best of chocolate in the country, while also living that mountain town dream in Utah: “the craft chocolate capital of America.”

Powder Pups to the Rescue

While a ski patroller’s standard kit and years of experience proves effective, a rescue dog offers a nose and agility that simply can’t be matched. And truth be told, Solitude Mountain Resort's highly trained pups are the stars of the ski patrol show. In this Citizens of Mountain Time story, get to know the powder pups of Solitude and the broader Wasatch Backcountry Rescue.

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