Outdoor Sports Guide Magazine

Trailsides Woman with paddleboard near lake in winter clothing

The Case for Doing Summer Things in Winter

4 Alternatives To Winter Activities “There are no bad conditions, only poor preparation.” Or so the saying goes. The allure of glassy lakes, empty trails, and quiet crags makes a winter visit worth a little extra preparation and a couple…

Camping Group of winter campers

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

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…

Letter From the Editor Editor Jenny Willden riding a fat tire mountain bike on a snowy road

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…


Late Winter 2020 – Digital Issue

Late Winter 2020 Digital Issue ← Click here for the digital issue Read the digital version of Outdoor Sports Guide Late Winter 2020 magazine on any device. You can also pick up your print issue for FREE at any of…

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On the Run: 5 Tips for Choosing Your New Running Gear

Tips for Choosing New Running Gear Whether you’re a running veteran or someone who is just starting out, you should always have the proper running gear. Unlike other forms of training, there’s no need to go all out and have…

Last Word

Can Exercise Ward Off Cold and Flu Symptoms?

By Ben Montgomery As cold and flu season approaches, so does the season of illness prevention. From getting flu shots to adding a little extra Vitamin C to our diets, prevention often becomes a focus at this time of year…

Health & Nutrition

How to Avoid the Red-Faced Blues

Utah’s Dry Air Is a Blessing for Skiing, But Hard On Your Skin Utahns know that they have some of the best snow in the world. And what causes that fluffy, weightless powder to fall with such regularity? Easy: moisture…


Bear Lake: A Winter Weekend Getaway

Snow Brings a Monstrosity of Fun to Bear Lake Okay, I’m going to fill you in on a little secret. Bear Lake, aptly referred to as the “Caribbean of the Rockies,” offers more than just summertime adventures filled with raspberry…


5 Ways to Winter with Littles Around Salt Lake City

Family-friendly Snow Season Adventures It’s true that kids are bad for some things: sleep, spontaneity, and sanity (sometimes). But they’re also great at making you slow down and appreciate the small things, like the magic of a snowy December day.…


Meet Woodward Park City

Utah’s New Action Sports Resort Go tubing, skateboarding, skiing, BMX riding, mountain biking, jumping, trampolining, and parkour practicing all in one world-class venue at the new Woodward Park City. Opened on December 14, this first-class location combines winter and summer…


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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