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This Weekend’s Utah Snow Forecast Will Get You Hyped For Ski Season

This Weekend’s Utah Snow Forecast Will Get You Hyped For Ski Season

by Kris Kendall

Today is the first day of fall and we couldn’t be happier because that means that we are one step closer to winter! Utah, however, might be even closer to winter than the rest of us. A storm projected to… Read More →

10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

by Alyssa Erickson

There is an attitude prevalent amongst singles and couples alike, that once you have kids your adventurous lifestyle is over. For good. I once believed this to be true as well. But after standing on the family side of the… Read More →

Alta: The (White) Stuff of Legends

Alta: The (White) Stuff of Legends

by Jules Older

When I ask other ski fanatics, “What’s your favorite American ski hill?” an awful lot of them give the same answer. Care to guess what answer that might be? If you guessed Alta, you win the prize. So what makes… Read More →

North America’s Favorite Resorts for Powder Skiing & Riding

North America’s Favorite Resorts for Powder Skiing & Riding

by Kristen Lummis

Powder. You either love or you hate it. And while I can’t say I understand the haters, I do commiserate with those who spend the winter tracking storms, cancelling work, jettisoning class and driving overnight to score fresh snow. According… Read More →

Best Ski Resorts To Spend Your Christmas Vacation

Best Ski Resorts To Spend Your Christmas Vacation

by Heather Balogh

Christmas vacation is one of the most enjoyable times of the year to hit the slopes. After all, what better way to say “Happy Holidays” than hot chocolate, knee-deep powder, and skiing Santas? We’ve rounded up our favorite ski resorts… Read More →

Utah’s New Cherry Peak Resort Opens Dec. 2015

Utah’s New Cherry Peak Resort Opens Dec. 2015

by Eric Wagnon

Brand-new ski resorts are rare commodities these days. The opening of Cherry Peak Resort this ski season marks the first such unveiling in Utah since Deer Valley in 1981. (Eagle Point Resort in 2010 was a resurrection of a closed… Read More →

Epic Winter Storm Will Bring FEET Of Snow To The West

Epic Winter Storm Will Bring FEET Of Snow To The West

by RoseAnne Moises

This week, NOAA is forecasting what they are calling the “strongest storm of the season” — a jet stream-powered storm predicted to dump several feet of snow in the mountains of British Columbia to California. Other forecasters are predicting “multiple… Read More →

6 Regions That Are Getting Hammered With Snow

6 Regions That Are Getting Hammered With Snow

by Charlotte Lilley

Winter is certainly here and we’ve been seeing snow across the country, but some ski resorts are getting the real deal! Think California, Colorado, Utah, the Southwest, Northern Rockies and Canada. Time to whip out the yardstick because snow is starting… Read More →

6 Fall Color Hikes Worth Getting Out of the Car For

6 Fall Color Hikes Worth Getting Out of the Car For

by Erika Wiggins

Looking for a scene that stops you in your tracks? Here are six hikes that deliver the goods during the autumn leaf change. Choosing six was tough! There are a lot of hikes that could easily make the list, but… Read More →

4 Most Scenic Backpacking Trips in the American West

4 Most Scenic Backpacking Trips in the American West

by Heather Balogh

Expansive views, towering cliffs and glistening lakes all await on these scenic trails. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite backpacking trips in the western side of the United States, but I’m sure there are some missing. What would you… Read More →