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When High West began distilling in 2007 in Park City, it was Utah’s first legal distillery since 1870. That location is still the ski-in, flagship Saloon of the High West brand. To learn even more about the iconic brand, enjoy a tour and whiskey tasting at the scenic Distillery and Tasting Room at Blue Sky Ranch in the nearby, quaint mountain town of Wanship.
Two decades ago, Randy Ramsley traded his Dockers-and-tie city job for a 50 acre plot of land that he called a “Garden of Weedin” and the dream of establishing a sustainable farmstead. Now travelers from all over the globe know the small market and counter-service restaurant at Mesa Farm as a refreshing “must-do” respite seemingly plunked in the middle of nowhere on Highway 24 east of Capitol Reef National Park.
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.
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.
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.
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.