Jeff Banowetz

Park City, Chicago, New York City, Knoxville, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Chattanooga, Athens, Nashville, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Heber Valley, Farmington, International , Logan

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  1. New Proposed Bike Lanes Could Change the Way You Ride in Chicago

    Chicago

    A proposal by the Active Transportation Alliance envisions 180 miles of protected bike lanes to draw more cyclists to Chicago's streets.

  2. Camp Sagawau

    Chicago

    This Cook County Forest Preserve facility is the best option for beginning cross-country skiers in the Chicago area.

  3. Chicago Botanic Garden

    Chicago

    The Chicago Botanic Garden is beautiful any time of the year—including winter, when it becomes a snowshoe destination.

  4. Kettle Moraine State Forest - Southern Unit - Skiing

    Chicago

    This destination trip for Chicago-area cross-country skiers offers some of the best trails in the Midwest.

  5. Palos Trail System - Snowshoeing

    Chicago

    The Chicago area's best forest preserve for off-road adventure in the summer is a great place to take out the snowshoes to see a different side of nature.

  6. 7 Outdoor Adventures to Beat the Winter Blues in Chicago

    Chicago

    Ice skating downtown, tubing, fat-tire biking, and a rare luge track are just some of the ways to beat the winter blues in Chicago.

  7. How to Explore Herrick Lake and the Best Trail System in DuPage County

    Chicago

    Herrick Lake Forest Preserve offers scenic trails and serves as a gateway to the best trail system that DuPage County has to offer.

  8. Insider's Guide to Zion National Park

    Zion is a wonderland of rock towers, stone fins, and lots of hidden secrets. Explore caves, canyons, and more in this incredible park!

  9. Feast on the 10 Best Turkey Trots in Chicago

    Chicago

    Running on Thanksgiving is a holiday tradition, and these turkey trots in Chicago and its suburbs give you good reason to join the movement.

  10. Insider's Guide to Yosemite National Park

    Mountains, forests, and granite walls fill the imagination of adventurers who discover Yosemite. Explore this unique park with our guide.

  11. Rock Cut State Park - Mountain Biking

    Chicago

    More than 10 miles of singletrack and 23 miles of trails just outside of Rockford, Ill., make this worthy mountain bike destination in north-central Illinois.

  12. Hot Air Ballooning - Park City

    Park City

    What better way to see the Wasatch Mountains than from above? Visitors to Park City have two options when it comes to hot-air ballooning outfitters, and both offer a spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime ride

  13. Heber Valley’s Best Fly Fishing on the Provo River

    Heber Valley

    In addition to the mountain sports it's known for, the Heber Valley features the Provo River, which offers some of the best fly fishing in the state. Here's a quick guide to how to plan an amazing trip on the river.

  14. 7 Reasons Why Utah Olympic Park is a World-Class Destination for Outdoor Lovers

    Park City

    From mountain bike and hiking trails to ropes courses and ziplines, Utah Olympic Park in Park City Utah, is filled with outdoor adventures that make for a great summer getaway.

  15. The 7 Best Outdoor Activities to Do with the Kids in Davis County

    Farmington

    From water parks and thrill rides to kid-friendly hiking trails and parks, Davis County, Utah, is filled with outdoor activities that are perfect for young kids.

  16. 10 Reasons Why Santa Barbara is a Seriously Special Place for Outdoor Lovers

    Santa Barbara

    Tucked between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara features beaches, bluffs, hiking trails, and bike routes that make it an outstanding place for outdoor adventure.

  17. How to Spend 10 Days in the Rhône-Alpes (and Why it Should Be Your Next Big Winter Trip)

    International

    The Rhône-Alpes region of France is known for some of the best skiing in the world, and with 160 different resorts to choose from, you'll find that 10 days is barely enough time to scratch the surface.

  18. Fly Fishing - Park City

    Park City

    There’s nothing like fly fishing in a crystal-clear mountain stream. Park City has a wealth of excellent rivers to cast your luck into.

  19. Snowshoeing - Park City

    Park City

    Snowshoeing is a quieter pleasure that other winter activities, providing the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors more closely.. It’s a fun way to see a different side of the area while getting exercise.

  20. The Fascinating Story Behind Logan, Utah

    Logan

    Located in the high-mountain Cache Valley, Logan, Utah, has a proud history dating back to Shoshone Indians and Utah's earliest settlers.

  21. 10 Family-Friendly Outdoor Adventures in Davis County

    Farmington

    Davis County, Utah, is the perfect destination for families who enjoy spending time outside. With horseback riding, hiking, paddling, and the state's best amusement parks, Davis County offers something for everyone to enjoy in the summer.

  22. 10 Reasons Why Santa Barbara is a Seriously Special Place for Outdoor Lovers

    Santa Barbara

    Tucked between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara features beaches, bluffs, hiking trails, and bike routes that make it an outstanding place for outdoor adventure.

  23. How Someone Living in Texas Can Be Skiing in Utah By Lunch

    Salt Lake City

    You can leave Texas in the morning and be skiing Utah's glorious powder in the afternoon.