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5 Things to Expect When Traveling After COVID-19

Post-pandemic Travels: What to Expect When the COVID-19 Crisis Ends In an unprecedented turn of events, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the world into a standstill. This potent and stealthy virus has taken the world hostage. Work, studies, and leisure have…

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A Short Guide to Recreation in Utah’s Public Lands

Understanding Utah’s Public Lands We are all itching to get outside after practicing social distancing, and where better to go than to Utah’s public lands? Though government advisories and restrictions are starting to be lifted, we should still get outside…

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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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Telluride, Colorado: My Favorite Mountain Town

Why Telluride is My Favorite Mountain Town To be fair, I have not been to every mountain town, but I’ve been to most of them in the western United States and can say with some certainty that a summer visit…

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Fall Desert Adventure Trifecta

St. George, San Rafael Swell, and Grand Staircase-Escalante Fall, with its cool nights and sunny days, makes for primo desert conditions. Unlike spring, where everyone from the high country is escaping mud season and headed south for some sand and…

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6 Greatest Utah Swimming Holes

Summer hikes can be carefree, challenging, or even exhilarating. But almost without exception, they’re dusty and hot. That’s why finding Utah swimming holes along your path can be like stumbling upon a pot of gold at the end of a…

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Utah’s Best Breweries, Wineries, and Distilleries

Raise a Glass to Local Makers of Potent Potables There’s no denying it: Throughout much of its history, Utah hasn’t been the friendliest place for people who enjoy unwinding with a glass of something stronger than root beer. But in…

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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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Undiscovered Fall Getaway: Great Basin National Park

Exploring Nevada’s Great Basin National Park One of the least-visited national parks in the Continental U.S. is right in Utah’s backyard, and despite its grove of ancient bristlecone pine trees, dark skies, and massive limestone and marble cavern, many Utahns…

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Utah’s Best Fall Foliage Drives

5 Can’t–Miss Destinations For Colors & Camping Fall doesn’t get as much love in Utah as other times of year, but the changing colors make it spectacular. The deep oranges of canyon maples light up the Wasatch Front, and quaking…

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