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.

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Stealth Labs Speaker Backpack Review

Play Tunes Anywhere with Stealth Labs Speaker Backpack Blast tunes, charge your phone, and safely tote your gear with the Stealth Labs Speaker Backpack.  Its powerful Bluetooth speakers connect to your cellphone in a snap and offer continuous playtime for…

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Race the Salt Lake Marathon 10K

Save on your entry fee and join us at the Salt Lake Marathon 10K! If you’re not ready for a full or half marathon, but a 5K feels a bit short, join us at the Salt Lake Marathon 10K…

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Spring Gear Essentials

12 Fresh Picks for Race-day Runs As the snow melts and race season kicks off, start training right by adding some new spring gear to your closet. From apparel to tech, we pick items that should top your must list.…

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Why Sleep Matters for Athletic Performance

DREAM ON: Why Sleep Matters for Athletic Performance “If you told an athlete you had a treatment that would reduce the chemicals associated with stress, that would naturally increase human growth hormone, that enhances recovery rate, that improves performance, they…

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FROM THE EDITOR | Keeper 2019

Spring is finally here! Bouts of illness and an abundance of powder have kept me from running this winter, and I’m paying for it with a serious lack of endurance. To motivate myself to get fit, I entered the lottery…

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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…

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5 Idaho Hot Springs to Warm Up In

Hot Potatoes Photos by Clay Cammack The great state of Idaho is famous for more than potatoes. With more than 130 usable hot springs, it has one of the highest concentrations in the country—and they’re not as far from Utah as you…

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Where to Eat This Winter at Utah Ski Resorts

Best On-Mountain Meals at Utah Ski Resorts The long reign of burgers and fries at Utah ski resorts is finally ending, ushering in a new era of fresh flavors like ramen bowls, fondue, oysters on the half shell, and from-scratch…

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From the Editor | Late Winter 2019

I’ll never complain about Utah snow again. That’s what I thought after falling about 32 times in a day of snowboarding in Stowe, Vermont over the holidays. Turned out what I’ve believed is “ice” in Utah is nothing like ice…

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