April 14, 2020
Brighton Ski Resort

Brighton was the first ski resort in Utah when a couple of locals, a part of the Alpine Ski Club, built a rope tow. Brighton opened in 1936 and in 1955 they installed the first double chair lift. Brighton was voted number 2 for the best snow in North America, they get about 500 inches […]

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February 10, 2020
5 Romantic Winter Date Activities in Utah

Dating can be hard, especially when you are looking for something unique and fun in the wintertime! But don't worry, we got you covered! From living like royalty to experiencing your own personal northern lights, these 5 romantic winter date activities will surely change the dating game in Utah! 1. Anniversary Inn Most couples who […]

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August 7, 2019
Hiking Essentials on The Wasatch Front

Before you go off and explore the amazing hiking trails in the Wasatch mountains, there are just a few things to consider to prepare for a great outing. These are the top 6 things you will need to research and purchase before your hike to ensure a fun and safe time! Water- Specifically 2 parts […]

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August 6, 2019
Is a Ski Trip to Deer Valley Worth It?

Looking for a Ski Trip? We got you covered with all the detail about a trip to Deer Valley Ski Resort

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June 4, 2019
Top 5 destinations to cool down around Salt Lake

1. Utah Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the West. It provides fishing access for channel catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass and several species of panfish. There are nice campsites and picnic areas located at the lake. Canoeing is popular on the lower Provo River where it enters the lake. Day […]

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June 3, 2019
Best Farmers Markets in SLC

Downtown Farmer's Market - Salt Lake City This post will give all the information on the best Farmers Markets in Utah. It gives information on vendors, activities, directions, dates, and times to get immersed in the Utah's culture! The downtown farmer's market in Salt Lake City is one of the area's most beloved traditions. This […]

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April 17, 2019
Winter Hikes in Utah

Many people view hiking as a summer activity, but in Utah winter hikes are just as spectacular. Here are the top three unique winter hikes we’ve enjoyed in Utah. One of these Utah winter hikes is Mt Timpanogos.  While this is a the hardest winter hike on this list the view is worth the work. […]

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April 17, 2019
Ikon vs. Epic Pass for Utah Skiers:

Understanding the positives and the negatives between the Ikon Pass and the Epic Pass when you're visiting Utah can help you to decide which one is a better fit for your needs. Get a better understanding from a locals perspective on which pass has more to offer.

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April 17, 2019
5 Great Water Destination Hikes of the Wasatch Front

#1 Bell Canyon This beautiful hike, located on the east side of the valley in Sandy City, is rated as an easy to moderate hike by most. The hike does contain some obstacles such as rocks and some moderate incline, but nothing too difficult for the average person. The entire hike is 4 miles round […]

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April 16, 2019
Skiing vs. Snowboarding, Utah's Best Resorts for Each

While visiting Utah you might see the phrase: “The Greatest Snow On Earth” a couple times, whether it be on license plates, billboards, or anywhere else. It's for good reason, it’s a true statement, Utah has the greatest snow on earth. But with so many options to experience the greatest snow on earth in different […]

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April 16, 2019
Sundance Film Festival

Located 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Park City hosts one of the most famous film festivals of the year. Every year at the end of January, Sundance Film Festival is held for 10 days to showcase independent films and storytellers. People from all across the country travel to be apart of this atmosphere […]

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April 16, 2019
Mount Timpanogos - Utah's Most Popular Peak

Timpooneke Trail is one of main trails to the summit of Mt. Timpanogos - one of the most popular hiking destinations in Utah - and boasts of beautiful wildflowers and opportunities to spot wildlife including mountain goats and moose. It also offers great views of Emerald lake and Utah Valley.

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April 15, 2019
Experience Real Salt Lake

What is it like to be inside of Rio Tinto Stadium? Like no other. Today I will tell you every little detail there is to know about what it's like to attend a Real Salt Lake game. Get ready to experience Real Salt Lake before you have even step foot inside Rio Tinto Stadium. Also […]

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April 15, 2019
Local Guide to Après Ski Spots | Brighton & Solitude

Your guide to the best Après ski spots if you're located near Big Cottonwood Canyon, home of Brighton Ski Resort & Solitude Mountain Resort. Food, Drinks, Entertainment, we have it all!

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April 15, 2019
Eating Before, During, and After Your Ski Day

When visiting Utah, its important to know where to eat so you can stay energized throughout the day in the Wasatch Front. If you decide to travel up to one of the three canyons to visit Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, Solitude, Snowbird, Alta or Brighton, there are a few spots you should definitely consider eating at along the way.

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April 15, 2019
Skiing in Utah- a local’s perspective

Utah boasts at being one of the best ski destinations in the world, it has even adopted the slogan, “Greatest Snow on Earth”. People come from all around the world to enjoy the different varieties of ski resorts, its well-known ski culture, and its world-renowned powder days. Over the past 10 years Utah ski resorts […]

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April 15, 2019
Best Boutiques in Salt Lake City

Written by Danielle Bybee Sometimes we are in the mood for a boutique stroll. However, you won't necessarily find many artsy boutiques in downtown Salt Lake City. For a truly unique experience, head over to 900 South to see homemade items and collections from local Utahns. Here are seven boutiques and shops to explore when […]

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April 14, 2019
Usana Amphitheater - Utah's Best Summer Concert Venue

Usana Amphitheatre is a large outdoor concert venue located on the west end of the Salt Lake Valley. The venue has the capacity for about 20,000 guests. This venue is very popular for main stream artists, particularly in the summer months of Utah which are June- August and sometimes September, if we are lucky. During […]

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April 14, 2019
The Best End of Ski Season Events in Utah

If you’re coming to Utah for spring skiing there is a good chance you’re going to hear about the end of season events, parties, and general shenanigans. Utah has built a culture surrounding skiing, and that culture gets more and more apparent as the weather warms and the snow gets slushy. After skiing activities often […]

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April 14, 2019
Our Favorite Apres Skiing Spots in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Little Cottonwood Canyon is home to some of Utah’s steepest terrain at both the Snowbird and Alta resorts. These resorts get some of the best snow in Utah, but many people aren’t aware of all the fun activities to do between runs or after a long day of skiing the best snow on earth. Whether […]

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