Puck ‘Er Up

Puck ‘Er Up

You don’t know what you’re missing until you see the Utah Grizzlies play live on the ice By Jared Blackley Utah has its beloved Jazz NBA franchise and college football that keep us all on the edge of our seats. But it’s surprising more sports fan aren’t just as...
Love On The Rocks

Love On The Rocks

Rekindle your romance with these Valentine’s weekend getaways By Megan Wagstaff Any couple could find themselves on thin ice without regularly throwing another proverbial log on the fire. Here are three weekend dates sure to melt any paramour’s frozen heart. From...
Backcountry Chef Yellow Snow

Backcountry Chef Yellow Snow

When life hands you snow, add some lemon to it By Ari LeVaux Way back before the holidays, when winter first began sliding its icy fingers down our necks, we still had the holidays ahead. But once they were over, we had nothing to look forward to but snow—and that’s...
Learn to Curl

Learn to Curl

Who knew that pushing a stone down a sheet of ice could be such a blast? By Natalie Behring When traveling with a group, it can be a challenge to find activities everyone wants to do. It’s like picking a movie that everyone agrees to watch. Well, good news: Your...
Vertical Joy

Vertical Joy

Dig in to a favorite ice slab and gain some elevation By Claire McArthur Whether you need a break from ski resorts or are searching for a new winter passion, northern Utah abounds with possibilities for year-round outdoor adventure. And for Carl Dec, owner of guiding...
Six Lakes Resort

Six Lakes Resort

An ice fishing retreat on the south slope of the Uinta Mountains By Jared Blackley PHOTOS COURTESY OF SIX LAKES RESORT You typically don’t get a view of a fish being reeled in through the ice until the very end. The act is all about the feel—how strong the fish pulls...
Digs We Dug

Digs We Dug

Cougar Ridge near Torrey offers a luxury ranch experience By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry The connection between Cougar Ridge (650 E. Cougar Ridge Road, Torrey, 435-979-7824, CougarRidge.com) and the family that runs it, goes back generations. The connection...
Defying Gravity

Defying Gravity

Extreme skier Julian Carr’s record-breaking cliff jumps have led him to a larger life By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry Setting world records for flying high on nothing but skis requires a love of altitude. For Julian Carr, altitude is a place and state of mind...
Planning Makes The Difference

Planning Makes The Difference

How to reserve coveted campsites for the coming year By Rebecca Chavez-Houck Some folks “glamp” year around, but our season usually starts in March and ends in October. Although we’ve winterized our RV, and it’s safely stored for the next few months, we aren’t sitting...
Mountain Martini

Mountain Martini

It’s grapefruit and vodka’s season. But add some mint if you want the magic By Ari LeVaux Few methods of coping with winter are superior to sipping a grapefruit martini. Composed of grapefruit, mint, vodka and sugar, it isn’t your typical martini. In fact, by most...
Out of Tragedy, Awareness

Out of Tragedy, Awareness

Utah Avalanche Center’s ‘Know Before You Go’ is a must for backcountry adventurers By Andrew Nassetta Avalanches kill an average of 42 people each year in North America (five in Utah in 2019 as of press time), with hundreds more injured. Many avalanche victims are...
Jump for Joy

Jump for Joy

Take in a bird’s eye view of Utah while dangling under a chute By Jared Blackley Don’t tell Patrick Wiggins that skydiving is a young person’s game. He’s been jumping from airplanes and helicopters since 1965. He remembers the exact date of his first jump with marked...
High Hopes

High Hopes

There’s a winter resort for everyone in your crew By Megan wagstaff Somewhere along the line, word got out that Utah’s Wasatch Front was God’s own ski country. Maybe it was Utah’s humble “Greatest Snow on Earth” license plate. Utah powder is no longer a best-kept...