Louis Arevalo

Salt Lake City, Park City

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  1. The Beautiful Backways of Sheep Creek and Spirit Lake

    Salt Lake City

    Some of Utah's most stunning landscapes can be found along the gorgeous backways of Sheep Creek and Spirit Lake.

  2. Worth a Visit: Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum

    Salt Lake City

    Its name is a mouthful, but the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum is a fascinating look at the region's rich history.

  3. Backpacking in the Uinta Mountains: A Must-Do Adventure in Utah

    Salt Lake City

    From high alpine lakes to hundreds of miles of trails, backpacking in the Uinta Mountains is an outdoor lover's dream.

  4. Biking the Virgin River Rim Trail: Ancient Forests, Alpine Meadows, and Stunning Plateaus

    Salt Lake City

    Ride along the Virgin River Rim Trail through ancient forests, across alpine meadows and catch amazing views of vista after vista.

  5. Utah's Alpine Playground: Cedar Canyon

    Salt Lake City

    Find unbeatable scenic views, beautiful alpine forests, and ancient lava fields as you journey through Cedar Canyon.

  6. Millsite State Park: A One-of-a-Kind Outdoor Playground

    Salt Lake City

    Get outdoors at Millsite State Park that offers everything from camping and hiking to ATV trails, golf and fishing.

  7. Fishing Along the Cobalt Waters of the Kolob Reservoir

    Salt Lake City

    Escape the summer heat at the Kolob Reservoir, a perfect spot for epic fishing, camping along grassy shores, and paddling on calm waters.

  8. Footprints on the Sands of Time: The Parowan Gap

    Salt Lake City

    From dinosaur tracks to petroglyphs and pioneers, the walk through Parowan Gap is a step back in time.

  9. Retreat to the Mountains: Brian Head Resort

    Salt Lake City

    Brian Head Resort is a perfect summertime retreat offering stunning views, hiking, mountain biking, archery, climbing, disc golf, and more.

  10. A Rainbow in the Badlands: Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Salt Lake City

    Cedar Breaks National Monument offers hiking trails, ancient trees, camping, and over-the-top views along the “Circle of Painted Cliffs”.

  11. Hiking the Trails in Dixie National Forest

    Salt Lake City

    Enjoy ghost forests, lava flows, waterfalls, and amazing views along the short, well-maintained hikes in the Dixie National Forest.

  12. The Low-Down on Joe's Valley

    Salt Lake City

    Whether you come for the fish, boats, trails, or boulders the seclusion of Joe’s Valley is sure to help recharge your outdoor spirit.

  13. Exploring the San Rafael Swell via the Wedge Overlook

    Salt Lake City

    The San Rafael Swell in Utah offers fantastic hiking, backpacking, biking, and camping at all levels of fun.

  14. The Dowd Mountain Bike Trail: One of Utah's Best-Kept Secrets

    Salt Lake City

    A fantastically fun 10-mile loop, the Dowd Mountain bike trail is full of single- and doubletrack ideal for novices and experienced riders.

  15. Huntington State Park: Where the Living is Easy

    Salt Lake City

    Huntington State Park is set up for your enjoyment with leisurely hikes, a beach, grassy campgrounds, and the opportunity to fish all day.

  16. Best Spots to Mountain Bike in Logan Canyon

    Salt Lake City

    Mountain biking in Logan Canyon offers trails for the beginner rider to the seasoned vet.

  17. Exploring the Hoodoos, Mushrooms, and Goblins of Goblin Valley

    Salt Lake City

    Explore the the trails in Goblin Valley and discover the magic of hoodoos, mushrooms, and goblins.

  18. Utah's Desert Oasis: Green River State Park

    Salt Lake City

    A journey to Green River State Park rewards you with river access, campgrounds, a nine-hole golf course, and an 18-basket disc golf course.

  19. A Midsummer's Weekend Getaway: Steinaker State Park

    Salt Lake City

    Located in the desert steppes that flow down from the snowy peaks of the high Uinta Mountains, Steinaker State Park is an awesome summer getaway.

  20. Deep in the Heart of Dinosaur Land: Red Fleet State Park

    Salt Lake City

    Named after three soaring buttresses that resemble sea-going vessels on its north side, Red Fleet State Park is a beautiful reservoir surrounded by sandstone cliffs and has often been called “Little Lake Powell.”

  21. A Diverse Network of Unforgettable Mountain Bike Trails: McCoy Flats

    Park City

    The desert highlands on the northern edge of the Uinta Basin are home to one of the best mountain bike track networks in Utah: McCoy Flats.

  22. Best Hikes in Logan Canyon

    Salt Lake City

    Perfect for all abilities, the Logan Canyon trails range from easy strolls by the river to steep and rugged outings with astounding views.

  23. Flaming Gorge Reservoir: Paddling in Paradise

    Salt Lake City

    Paddling options abound in Flaming Gorge Reservoir, which has multiple put-ins, various routes, and a pristine environment.

  24. One of the Highest Mountain Roads in Utah: Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

    Salt Lake City

    The Mirror Lake Scenic Byway is a 42-mile stretch of State Road 150 that has numerous scenic overlooks, waterfalls, lakes, trails, and campgrounds.

  25. The Pride and Joy of the Uinta Mountains: Lofty Lake Loop Trail

    Salt Lake City

    The Lofty Lake Loop trail is one of the most popular hikes in the Uinta Mountains. Jammed packed with alpine lakes, meadows, peaks and only four miles in length it’s easy to see why.