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  • Tour the agriculture and food culture surrounding Utah's iconic Mt. Timpanogos. The journey starts in Utah Valley and Provo then drives up Provo Canyon to Sundance and the Heber Valley.
  • With 2,965 acres of water and 18 miles of shoreline, Deer Creek Reservoir is a hotspot for boating, swimming, fishing, windsurfing and many other water activities. Land lovers can hike an eight-mile trail, try the world’s longest “over water” zip lin…
  • Describing one of his favorite sections of the 20-mile mountainous ride through the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, professional cyclist TJ Eisenhart says, “You come around a right bend and the whole mountain range seems like it’s giving you a b…
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Waterfalls are one of nature’s most spectacular shows, and Utah Valley offers more viewable waterfalls than any other Utah area. Even more enticing? They’re a quick road trip and easy hike away from the Wasatch Front. Check out the 8 best waterfalls…
  • Whether you love fishing the Provo or are looking to experience this world-class fishery for the first time, here are the best ways to find solitude and productive fishing on Utah’s most popular river.
  • An easy 20-minute trip south from Park City, the Coyote Canyon Trail is a gorgeous 20-mile loop that undulates through the sprawling expanses of Heber Valley and showcases some of its best features along the way.


  • A Blue Ribbon stream, the Provo River offers more than 15 miles of angling access, prolific hatches, stunning views of Mount Timpanogos and rich populations of brown and rainbow trout.
  • One of Utah’s fastest-growing cities is also becoming a cycling hub, where bike-loving residents pedal to work, road riders can choose from spectacular mountain routes, and a cycling-centric lifestyle makes this family-friendly town a great place to…
  • Savor spectacular riding through mountain passes, with convenient access to lodging and camping along the way. Highlights of the 142-mile route (one-way) include excellent wildlife spotting, views of Great Salt Lake, and historical landmarks.
  • From ghost towns to dinosaur footprints and red rock towers or a Caribbean-color lake, Utah's 27 state and national scenic byways are destinations themselves.


  • Timpanogos Cave sits high on the northern slope of Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah.
  • Nestled near the top of one of Utah's best canyons, Alta is a storied paradise for skiers. Even riders leave their boards at home for a chance at the 2,200+ acres of Alta's renowned slopes featuring 116 runs.
  • With 2,965 acres of water and 18 miles of shoreline, Deer Creek Reservoir is a hotspot for boating, swimming, fishing, windsurfing and many other water activities. Land lovers can hike an eight-mile trail, try the world’s longest “over water” zip lin…
  • Heber City is a gateway to a handful of Utah's best state parks, including Wasatch Mountain (with Soldier Hollow), Deer Creek, and Jordanelle. The sprawling Wasatch Mountain State Park offers national-park caliber views with summer camping and tr…
  • Compared to its neighboring Utah resorts, Robert Redford's Sundance Mountain Resort has a cozy, nestled quality, yet its 42 runs across 450+ acres still pack in 2,150 vertical feet and the spectacular snow of Utah. It's simply first class.
  • The Provo River cleaves the range in the Provo's backyard, forming Provo Canyon, and serving as the setting for scenic fly-fishing, kayaking and floating. The surrounding mountains cradle an extensive network of trails for hiking, biking, horseba…



  • The majority of Utah's population lives along the metropolitan Wasatch Front, with the capital Salt Lake City at its heart. With mountain ranges lining the valley, this means quick access to nature, as well as a concentration of vibrant culture,…


  • Take a rafting trip down one of Utah's "postcard" canyons, flanked by 12,000 ft. Mount Timpanogos and Devil's Slide. 2010 Editor's Choice for Sunset Magazine. Enjoy a beautiful, relaxing day on one of our country's blue-…