Beautiful red rocks, beaches, forests, deserts, and mountains will transport you to a new world when you camp in Utah. With thousands of campgrounds and even more areas to make your own campground, your options of where to spend the night are never ending. To make your choice a little easier we have put together…
Be it spring, summer, winter or fall—being outdoors is the thing to do when visiting Park City.
The early bird gets the worm and a saved spot in the Summit Challenge. Cycle through scenic mountains and valleys in Park City for either 16, 50, 80 or 100 miles to help benefit the National Ability Center. Registration and fundraising minimums allow for more than 100 adaptive cyclists and veterans to ride the Summit…
This year, the worldwide races will culminate in the Strider Cup World Championship at the Gallivan Center.
We live in Utah. Everything happens outdoors. Check out our Best of the Beehive outdoors.
On August 21 the sun will disappear from the sky in much of the country during the first total eclipse of the sun in 38 years.
Our first glimmer that we had passed through a secret door was a road sign on the two-lane blacktop that said “No fossils in this part of Monument.”
Whether you’ve lived in Utah your whole life or just a couple of years—by now you’ve figured out—we spend all year outside. But very few of us will ever deny that when the temperatures start creeping into the triple digits we all become shade mongers.
It was inevitable: the e-bike. It’s not quite a motorcycle, and it’s not your grandpappy’s traditional penny farthing.
This year, you can just watch the solar eclipse, or you can watch the solar eclipse from a 19th-century wagon-tent after doing morning yoga with sun salutations and special eclipse safety goggles. At least, that’s some of what the all-inclusive glamping resort Conestoga Ranch is offering this year in their new Solar Eclipse Glamping event….