Browsing: Hiking

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Utah’s Highway 12, Revisited (3 of 3)

A Family Journey Through Utah’s Color Country Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Part 3: A Tropical Setting This is the third in a three-part series about Highway 12 in Utah. Click the links above to access the…

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Utah’s Highway 12, Revisited (1 of 3)

A Family Journey Through Utah’s Color Country Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 “That bird just pooped in my ice cream!” I lifted my gaze and half muttered, “Huh?” as a tiny shadow flitted up and out of sight. My…

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Have Dog, Will Travel

Trail Adventures for You and Your Four-Legged Friend Bounding along the trail, tail wagging, full of energy, always excited to see (and sniff) around the next corner: Who could ask for a better hiking companion than a dog? Whether your…

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Wild Wyoming

Exploring Flaming Gorge Country’s Past and Present Wyoming: It’s the nation’s least populous state and is known for its wide-open spaces and steadfast, pioneering spirit. Though it’s home to well known destinations like Jackson and Yellowstone, much of its beauty…

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Hydration 101 for Hikers

By John “fritzski” Fritz “Utah is hot, but it’s a dry heat.”  Behind this familiar phrase lies a fair amount of truth as anyone who has experienced summer weather in the southeastern U.S. can readily attest.  It may be more comfortable…

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9 Breathtaking High Uinta Hikes and Overnight Trips

I first discovered the Uinta National Forest in my early twenties. Since then, the area’s isolated wildness has resonated with a place deep within my soul. One of the few mountain ranges in America that runs east to west, the…

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Hiking with Your Hound: Dog-friendly Trails in Utah

Story and Photos by Jerson Hatch “You know you need to exercise when your dog is fat,” this humorous, and true quote reminds me of the importance of exercising my dogs…and myself. But whether you have a chubby puppy or…

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Fall Backpacking in Utah’s Mountains

The dog days of summer have drawn to a close, and Utah’s mountains are waiting for their first dose of snow. Now’s the perfect time to head to the hills for a backpacking getaway. You’ll miss out on crowds and…