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Guides to enjoying Utah's back-coutry fraturing new destinations, activities and how-tos.

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Breaking The Ice

Snowshoeing for the First Time It’s that time of year when thousands of locals and visitors alike flock to Utah’s mountains to experience “The Greatest Snow on Earth.” But if the thought of expensive lift tickets, crowded slopes and potential…

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Finish Strong

Triathlon Training TipsBy Tim Reno At 5:30 Wednesday morning, you might wonder why the pool at the local gym is crowded—two swimmers per lane, and several others waiting near the edge for a chance to swim laps; treadmills are humming…

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Getting Started in Cycle Racing

Even beginner-level cycle racing is a demanding and exciting experience. Photo Credit: James Newman, jamesnewmanphoto.com Maybe you’ve been inspired by watching Lance Armstrong and Mark Cavendish conquering the Pyrenees in their quest for the yellow jersey. Or maybe you’ve signed…

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Move Over Moab, Bike Brian Head

Story and Photos By Monique Beeley Nestled in the heart of the Dixie National Forest and sitting at 9,600 feet, Brian Head is Utah’s highest mountain resort town. Boasting more than 200 miles of mountain biking trails and with summer…

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Getting Down Without Falling Down

By Mike Newberry De-scend (verb): To move from a higher to a lower place; come or go down. That’s how Webster’s defines it, but how to do it is another thing entirely. For the novice mountain bike rider, going downhill…

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Hit The Trails

Tips & Products for Off-Road Running By Jenny Willden You may run at the gym, in the park or even in your neighborhood, but have you ever run on a trail? Anyone can do it and it’s easier on your…

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