Tapping Into Winter

Tapping Into Winter

Always brewing up adventure, Southern Utah has a craft beer with your name on it By Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin The Southern Utah getaway weekend has long been a way to survive the dark, cold, inversion-filled winter months along the Wasatch Front. It’s a...
Warm Welcome

Warm Welcome

From scuba diving in a warm-springs crater to riding a heritage railroad, Heber Valley overflows with fun By Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin As the weather along the Wasatch Front teeters between the fall finale and the first stages of winter, it’s the perfect time...
Gone, But Not Forgotten

Gone, But Not Forgotten

Head west to discover lonely remnants of Utah’s past By Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin Why do we use the term “ghost town” to refer to what is really a collection of abandoned buildings in the middle of nowhere? Part of the answer lies in imagining the souls who...
Life Is A Highway

Life Is A Highway

Experience scenic Highway 89’s drive of a lifetime By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin U.S. Route 89 is a one-of-a-kind highway in the American West. Running north and south from Arizona to Montana, the 1,250-mile route has had many nicknames: “The National Park...
Fish are Jumping

Fish are Jumping

Flaming Gorge has it all: dramatic scenery, wildlife and waterborne fun By Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin Anyone creating a screensaver of “beautiful outdoor Utah images” will usually include a “Holy Trinity”: an arch in Moab, a skier ripping through triple-digit...
Wagons Ho!

Wagons Ho!

Finding your groove along the Mormon Pioneer Trail By Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin Salt Lake City is dotted with statues, buildings and historical markers that revere the Latter-day Saint pioneers who arrived in Utah in 1847 (see “Street Smarts,” p. 14). There are...