Explore the National Pioneer Mormon Heritage Area backroads and byways to explore rich Mormon historic sites, awe-inspiring canyons and mountains and unforgettable outdoor adventures.
The opportunities for viewing wild horses in Utah are plentiful. Embarking on an adventure to track wild mustangs, however, requires planning, patience and self-sufficiency. Here are five things you need to do to increase the likelihood you will spot these majestic creatures and get the most of your adventure.
Salt Lake City has more standing suffrage sites than Seneca Falls, New York — home of the Women’s Rights National Historical Park. Celebrate Utah and the nation's suffrage anniversaries in 2020 with these events and exhibits.
People have flocked to hot springs since ancient times, touting the healing and relaxation benefits of a soak in the mineral-filled waters. In modern times, we still love unwinding in thermal springs, and throughout Utah you’ll discover them in stunning natural settings that make the hikes and entrance fees to access them worthwhile.
Misconceptions abound, but it's not hard for visitors to Utah to drink up. In preparation for your next visit to Utah, here’s what you need to know before you belly up to the bar or seek out a bottle of your favorite spirit.
The primary reason for a ski vacation is the skiing, but it’s also the ability to get away from your daily routine and relax in the mountains. Everyone may have their own definition of what it means to chill out — whether it’s retreating to a remote resort or staying somewhere in the thick of the action — but that’s why there are plenty of varied lodging options near Utah ski resorts.
With the seemingly endless opportunities for families to create their own Utah ski vacation, starting at the beginning may be intimidating, but it’s almost impossible to go wrong. Consider four different home-base options in the state, and then choose your perfect trip from there.
The history of Utah is filled with female pioneers, politicians, professionals, and parents banding together to move the State and country in exciting and even historic ways. Today, you can find many such women on the ski lifts at Snowbird. They draw inspiration and strength from the mountain and one another to make great things happen and thoroughly enjoy themselves along the way.
Here’s what you can expect at one of Ogden’s most popular winter events, the Wasatch Yeti Bash. This event is free to attend and a big draw to the area celebrating Ogden’s role as a winter destination, art hub and overall fun place to be.
Past experience isn’t necessary. Neither is prime athletic ability. All you need to raft 44 miles on the Green River through the Gates of Lodore and Dinosaur National Monument is a willingness to go, listen, and truly see. From rafting and kayaking to hiking and wildlife-viewing, a river rafting trip in Utah will open your eyes to the beauty and irreplaceable importance of the world’s wild places.