Author Jenny Willden

Jenny Willden is the Managing Editor of Outdoor Sports Guide and a self-proclaimed gear and grammar nut. She's a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association and the Adventure Travel Trade Association. A lover of adventure and travel, she's happiest when riding horses or snowboarding in Utah’s mountains. Follow Jenny’s exploits on Twitter @jennywillden or Instagram @jlwillden.

Gear
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Gear of the Year – Snowboarding

Snowboard Buyer’s Guide Ready to update your ski or snowboard gear? Late winter is prime time to buy. Why? Sales! Find great deals on current season gear from our favorite makers. If you’re shopping for new ski boots, check out…

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Winter Camping 101

5 Essential Tips For First Timers Bundled up deep in a sleeping bag, I can see my breath against the orange tent walls. Our campsite: a frozen lake, deep in northern Canada’s Limberlost Forest. While I’ve overnighted in an ice…

Resort Report
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The Best Utah Ski Resort Clinics & Events

Looking to improve your ski skills or celebrate spring? Check out these upcoming skiing and snowboarding events and workshops at Utah’s ski resorts. These listings are accurate as of press time, but we’ll continue adding events to our website as…

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From the Editor – Late Winter 2020

FROM THE EDITOR Forget Christmas. In Utah, Februburied was the most wonderful time of the year. I, for one, am not complaining about this season’s historic snowfall, and even winter haters can get stoked on the incredible river rafting season…

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Utah Spring Skiing Guide (And Closing Dates)

The time for corn snow, goggle tans, and ski shenanigans is here, and all the fun makes it worth riding even if the pow is gone. While skiers and snowboarders love the longer days, sunshine, and warmer temps of spring…

Travel
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Where to Ski When You’re Not Skiing Utah

4 Destinations to Visit This Winter Utahns know the Beehive State is America’s top ski destination, but that doesn’t mean we don’t ski other slopes from time to time. Thanks to reciprocal resort benefits on many season passes, it’s easier…

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From the Editor – Winter 2019-20

Welcome to winter! With Utah’s ski resorts open for the season and fresh snow blanketing the ground, there’s no better time to brace the cold. While we love skiing Utah’s slopes best, season passes with multi-resort access make visiting others…

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America’s Best Trail Running Destinations

Trail running is booming around America, and while Utah is a mecca for runnable trails, this activity is also a wonderful way to explore new destinations. Whether you’re planning a vacation or looking for somewhere new to run this year,…

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Guide to Utah Ski Resort Holiday Events

Our Guide to Utah Ski Resort Holiday Events and Santa Skiing ‘Tis the season—for skiing. Celebrate with Utah ski resort holiday events on the slopes with our definitive guide to free Santa skiing, torchlight parades, Saint Nick visits, and New…

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Best Utah Races to Kick Off the New Year

3 Utah New Year Races to Get You Motivated Stick to your fitness resolutions by ending the current year and kicking off the new year with these New Year’s Utah races. Choose from a midnight dash and New Year’s Day…

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