Jesse Weber

Flagstaff, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Kanab, Kaibab National Forest, Heber Valley, Park City, Salt Lake City, Telluride, Ogden, Santa Barbara

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  1. The Fascinating Story Behind Ogden


    Ogden, Utah, may now be best known as an outdoor mountain town, but it has a fascinating history that has led to its transformation several times since its founding in the 1800s.

  2. 3 Days in Ogden: The Perfect Long Weekend Getaway


    Looking for some fun in the Wasatch Mountains? Ogden, Utah, serves as the perfect home base for both easy access to a wide range of outdoor adventures and plenty of urban amenities. Here's a quick guide to getting the most out of a long weekend.

  3. Family Museum and Genealogy Research at Temple Square

    Salt Lake City

    One of the best reasons to bring the family to Salt Lake City is to discover where your family actually comes from.

  4. Tremont Section (Middle Prong of the Little River) - White Water Paddling


    Tremont is a great place for advanced paddlers to show their stuff in some wild whitewater.

  5. Santa Barbara Surfing 101: Where to Find the Best Breaks

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara features world-class waves in a variety of forms on a relatively short stretch of coastline, making it a mecca where old pros, young guns, and total newbies can all get their kicks.

  6. Baker Creek Preserve - Mountain Biking


    Depending on which trails you get on and how much time you have, it’s easy to spend a couple hours riding at Baker Creek.

  7. Frozen Head State Park - Trail Running


    Frozen Head State Park is a favorite hiking and camping destination for many locals. The trail running is pretty good, too!

  8. House Mountain - Trail Running


    A fast and experienced trail runner could complete the House Mountain trail in about an hour, but most people will have to slow down a bit and should plan to be out there for a couple hours.

  9. A Foodie’s Guide to Kanab


    Kanab, Utah, was once the setting for Western films, but it's now an international crossroads for visitors to the stunning scenery of southern Utah. Visitors will also find a wealth of dining options to enjoy regional cuisine and friendly service.

  10. Gooseberry Mesa

    A beautiful slickrock playground known for its mountain biking, but with views of Zion, Eagle Crags, and the Virgin River Valley best admired by foot so you have time to take them all in.

  11. Cable Mountain Trail

    Escape the crowds and find amazing views of Zion Canyon on this challenging hike to the summit of Cable Mountain.