Beth Lopez

Salt Lake City, Logan, Park City, Bear Lake, Kanab

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  1. An Insider's Guide to Deer Valley Resort

    Park City

    A look at what makes Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, one of the country's top ski destinations.

  2. Snowboarding at the Coral Pink Sand Dunes

    Kanab

    Kanab's Coral Pink Sand Dunes are great for hiking, but if you get an itch for something a little more exciting try sandboarding the dunes.

  3. 72 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable 3-Day Weekend in Park City, Utah

    Park City

    Park City, Utah, has two world-class ski resorts, excellent restaurants, an Olympic museum—and more activities than you could ever hope to cram in a long weekend. Here's a start on how to enjoy as much as possible in 72 hours.

  4. An Insider's Guide to Park City Mountain Resort

    Park City

    With incredible snow, a huge number of runs, and easy access to Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City Mountain Resort is the perfect choice for a ski getaway.

  5. A Logan Canyon Adventure Guide

    Logan

    Utah's Logan Canyon features hiking paths, rock climbing routes, mountain biking trails, and secluded fishing spots, making it a prime spot for outdoor adventure.

  6. A Foodie's Guide to Logan, Utah

    Logan

    Logan, Utah, is known for its simple and homegrown food, where tradition overrides trends. For those who love to eat well, Logan offers lots of tasty options, including a hundred-year-old diner, a bustling gardeners market, and other local favorites.

  7. 10 Tips from Locals on How to Make the Most of Your Time in Logan

    Logan

    Located just 80 miles from Salt Lake City, Logan, Utah, offers fast access to outdoor adventures like hiking, biking, climbing, boating, and skiing along with world-class performing arts. Here are some ways to get the most out of a visit.

  8. 10 Reasons You Must Visit Logan Next Summer

    Logan

    The picturesque mountain town of Logan, Utah, is filled with outdoor recreational activities, a lively art scene, and small-town charm, making it perfect for a weekend getaway.

  9. 15 Must-Do Adventures in Kanab

    Kanab

    Kanab is chock full of adventure - where to start? Here are 15 of the best ways to enjoy your outdoors time in one of Utah's great playgrounds.

  10. The Complete Guide to the Best Après-Ski Spots in Park City

    Park City

    Après-Ski in Park City—where to go, whether you are in the mood for the party scene, a quiet cocktail, or a little bit of both.

  11. Less Hassle, More Time on the Slopes: Why Utah Will Be the Easiest Ski Trip of Your Life

    Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City International Airport is a short drive away from some of the best skiing on the planet, enabling you to spend more time on the snow and less in transit.

  12. The Best Non-Skiing Activities in Utah for You and Your Family

    Salt Lake City

    While Utah features some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the country, that's not all there is to do in the winter. Here are 10 activities off the slope to bring a smile to your face.

  13. 7 Reasons To Choose Utah for Your First Big Western Ski Trip

    Salt Lake City

    With 14 resorts within close proximity to Salt Lake City—plus the Greatest Snow on Earth—Utah is the perfect destination for an unforgettable ski getaway.

  14. A One-of-a-Kind Foodie Tour Through Logan, Utah

    Logan

    Logan, Utah, is filled with tasty options for those who love to eat well, ranging from a hundred-year-old diner to a bustling gardeners market and more than a dozen food production facilities to sample.

  15. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Eastern Areas

    The multiple areas found in the eastern portion of the reserve offer many trails to explore the beautiful desert landscape full of dramatic rock formations and wildflowers.

  16. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Millcreek and Grapevine Areas

    The desert scenery and easy-access to these two areas makes for beautiful and mellow hiking and mountain biking.

  17. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Western Red Cliffs and Red Mountain

    Close to the artist village of Kayenta, hikes in the western area of the reserve offer routes along cool canyons, desert washes, and towering red rock canyons.