Jesse Weber

Flagstaff, Kaibab National Forest, Heber Valley, Park City, Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon National Park

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  1. Fay Canyon - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    Fay Canyon is an easy hike overlooking Sedona, in the Secret Canyon Wilderness. Look for a natural arch and man-made ruins.

  2. Oak Creek - White Water Paddling

    Flagstaff

    Oak Creek is Flagstaff's backyard whitewater run for intermediate to experienced paddlers.

  3. Aspen Corner

    Flagstaff

    High-elevation single track through brilliant aspens and alpine scenery

  4. Bismarck Lake Trail

    Flagstaff

    Short, easy trail to a marshy lake near the San Francisco Peaks.

  5. Butler Road

    Flagstaff

    Butler Road provides an easy bike commute across town

  6. High Country Trail

    Flagstaff

    Kid-friendly, paved multi-use trails through a neighborhood and forest

  7. Schnebly Hill

    Flagstaff

    2-track downhill ride with sweeping views, options for single-track loops on slickrock

  8. Schultz Creek Trail

    Flagstaff

    Popular local hiking/mountain biking near Flagstaff that is part of a larger trail system.

  9. Fatman's Loop - Trail Running

    Flagstaff

    Fatman's Loop is short and runner-friendly with views of East Flagstaff.

  10. Buffalo Park - Road Running

    Flagstaff

    Community park with a wide multi-use trail and fitness stations.

  11. Soldier's Trail Running

    Flagstaff

    Soldier's Trail in Fort Tuthill County Park makes a good trail run or family-friendly mountain bike ride

  12. Where to Find the Darkest Skies Near the Grand Canyon

    Kaibab National Forest

    As we all know, the nighttime sky is full of stars. How many stars you can see is very dependent on where you are viewing them. If you are in an urban area with a lot of lights your chances of catching a glimpse of the Milky Way are next to zero. Ev...

  13. How to Avoid Crowds on Your Next Grand Canyon Vacation

    Kaibab National Forest

    Grand Canyon is one of the most visited national parks, and therefore one of the most crowded. Though the landscape attracts precisely because of its overwhelming scale, crowds are funneled into just a few relatively ...

  14. Heber Valley — Where Families Gather to Reunite

    Heber Valley, Park City

    Thousands of families come to the Heber Valley for snow sports in winter, water sports in summer, and for sightseeing year-round—and it's an excellent spot for planning a family reunion.

  15. 6 Most Instagram Worthy Spots in Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City

    Here are six of the top spots around Salt Lake City for taking wow-worthy pictures,

  16. 6 Amazing Running Trails Near (but not in) the Grand Canyon

    Grand Canyon National Park

    With Shady pines, rolling terrain, and incredible canyon, here's a rundown of some of the best running trails near the Grand Canyon.

  17. Elden Lookout Trail - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    Classic Flagstaff trail; short and steep to the summit.

  18. Freidlein Prairie Dispersed Camping

    Flagstaff

    Beautiful campsites with no fee, just off of Snowbowl road.

  19. Gloria's - Climbing

    Flagstaff

    Gloria's offers great bouldering at the base of Mount Elden, close to Flagstaff neighborhoods.

  20. Inner Basin Trail - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    Hiking through Arizona's alpine forest on the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff.

  21. Lava Tubes - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    The Lava Tubes, just outside of Flagstaff, offer an underground cave hike that's suitable for people of all ages.

  22. Paradise Forks (The Forks) - Climbing

    Flagstaff

    Intense, traditional climbing spot south of Williams, Arizona.

  23. O'Leary Peak Trail - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    This challenging hike to the top of O'Leary Peak will reward you with great views of the San Francisco Peaks.

  24. Sunset Crater-Wupatki Loop - Cycling

    Flagstaff

    An epic loop through two national monuments.

  25. Abineau/Bear Jaw Loop - Hiking

    Flagstaff

    Abineau/Bear Jaw Loop is a colorful hike on the north side of the San Francisco Peaks.