Cole Lehman

Salt Lake City, Park City

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  1. A Quick Trail Run Up Ensign Peak

    Salt Lake City

    Ensign Peak rises above downtown Salt Lake City, making for a great quickie trail run during the chaos of the Outdoor Retailer Show.

  2. An Epic 13-Mile Mountain Run at Desolation Lake

    Salt Lake City

    Escape the heat and hit the Desolation Loop for an epic 13-mile trail run through mountain meadows to lakes at the top of the Wasatch.

  3. Choose Your Own Trail Run Adventure on Pipeline

    Salt Lake City

    Mill Creek Canyon features Pipeline, one most popular running trails in the Wasatch and only a 22-minute drive from the Salt Palace.

  4. Ride the Best of the Wasatch on Mid-Mountain Trail

    Park City

    Head to Park City, Utah, to ride the Mid-Mountain Trail, which has enough variety to appeal to beginners and hard-core singletrack lovers.

  5. Shade-Covered Mountain Bike Glory at Mill Creek

    Salt Lake City

    Mill Creek Canyon is one of the most beautiful areas for mountain biking in Utah. It’s also only a 15-minute drive from the Salt Palace.

  6. Find a Quick Mountain Bike Ride at Memory Grove Park

    Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City's Memory Grove Park features 12 miles of great off-road riding just 1.5 miles from the Salt Palace Convention Center.

  7. Neff’s Canyon: A Dog-Friendly Destination on the Edge of the Wilderness

    Salt Lake City

    Neff’s Canyon is a dog-friendly hiking option that’s a short drive from downtown Salt Lake City and filled with water and impressive views.

  8. Cecret Lake: Utah's Most Beautiful Wildflower Hike

    Salt Lake City

    Cecret Lake in Alta, Utah, is an hour-long round-trip hike through some of the most amazing wildflowers you’ll ever see.

  9. Lake Blanche: A Bucket List Salt Lake City Hike

    Salt Lake City

    Lake Blanche in Big Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City provides a leg-burning hike and a gorgeous setting for a sunset.

  10. Porcupine Pub & Grille Offers Drinks and Dining at Big Cottonwood Canyon

    Salt Lake City

    The Porcupine Pub & Grille features an outdoor deck at the base of the Big Cottonwood Canyon, famous fish tacos, and local craft beers.

  11. Hangover Breakfast at Park Cafe

    Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City's Park Cafe

  12. Celebrate with 140 Beers & Gourmet Food at Beer Bar

    Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City's Beer Bar, a German-style beer garden with more than 140 beers (30 on tap), is just a 12-minute walk from the Salt Palace.

  13. Planning a Road Trip to the Bouldering Paradise of Joe’s Valley

    Salt Lake City

    Utah's Joe’s Valley is a bouldering mecca filled with hundreds of black- and tan-streaked sandstone rocks on National Forest Service land.

  14. Escaping the Grid High in the Uinta Wilderness

    Park City

    The Uinta mountain range is the highest in Utah and features gorgeous forested slopes and breathtaking stone peaks.

  15. Hiking the Second Highest Peak in the Wasatch: Mt. Timpanogos

    Salt Lake City

    Hiking to the top of Mt. Timpanogos, the second highest peak in the Wasatch Range, is a memorable trip just an hour from Salt Lake City.

  16. American Fork Canyon: A Sport Climber’s Dream

    Salt Lake City

    American Fork Canyon houses some of the best limestone slabs around, in addition to all of the camping and backpacking you can find there.

  17. Granite Climbing at its Finest on Kermit’s Wall

    Salt Lake City

    Beat the heat with some slabby granite climbing for breakfast at Kermit’s Wall in Little Cottonwood Canyon.

  18. Ferguson Canyon: A Climbing Paradise in the Summer

    Salt Lake City

    Ferguson Canyon is a summer climbing paradise full of shade, water, and granite walls to enjoy trad, sport, and top-rope climbs.