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Here are some tips to help increase your chances of a successful hike when exploring Utah with the kids — and ideas to help ensure they'll want to do it again!
Explore Red Fleet State Park's cleverly built trail that crosses sandy washes, ribs of exposed stone and familiar slickrock. Though hundreds of miles from its kin in Southern Utah, the Dinosaur Trackway is very much in the same family of trails.
Less than an hour's drive from Salt Lake City, Heber Valley is the perfect Utah snowmobile base camp for newbies and experienced riders alike.
The Uinta Mountains are about 100 miles east of Salt Lake City and just a few minutes from Vernal in the eastern part of the state. It's one of the state's top snowmobiling destinations, allowing visitors to ride amidst some of Utah's highest peaks.
While the town of Tooele has a fascinating story to its name, the best part about one of Utah’s original counties is its history.
Lake Powell is a perfect blend of beautiful sandstone walls, blue waters and large fish. No matter what your fishing ability, you are almost guaranteed to catch something at this reservoir, maybe even the “big one.”