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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 t…
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.…
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 w…
If you’re planning a trip to Provo or just passing through, here are some of the best hikes and some of the best dining options to get you immersed in the unique duality of the city.
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 t…
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.
With trophy-sized cutthroats and rainbows, large populations of aquatic insects and ample wade fishing opportunities, Strawberry Reservoir — affectionately called "the Berry" — really does have someth…
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 al…
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…
The phrase “tight lines” applies to more than skiing. Anglers are also fond of the saying and often utter the words as a farewell greeting of good luck. Sundance Mountain Resort offers visitors a chan…
What makes spring skiing in Utah unique? Thanks to unique geography, Utah typically finishes the season strong, which means fresh powder and fewer layers throughout March and April — and into May.
Where to go? The real question is, “What kind of experience do you want?” Utah is more than skiing, even in winter. Each of its 15 resorts has a vibe as distinct as its terrain so guests can tailor th…
These top high-elevation forested hikes are opportunities to more than slow down and appreciate Utah's scenic splendor: They ask you get out of the car and set out on foot to wander deep into the natu…
When it comes to Utah, travelers pursue the foliage road-less-traveled. Often overlooked for New England or the Smoky Mountains, Utah’s wide array of forests and national parks — each located at diffe…
Follow a Germany-based film enthusiast on her road trip to some of Utah’s most iconic silver screen backdrops.
No need to book a rushed trip. Consider slowing down your travels and visiting one destination over the course of a week with these tips from frequent travelers.
Utah has long been home to The Greatest Snow on Earth®. Now, it has become the epicenter for Epic Pass, Ikon Pass and several other multi-resort ski passes. With 15 world-class venues in the State and…