Louis Arevalo

Salt Lake City, Park City, Flaming Gorge

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  1. Spiral Jetty: The Re-Emergence of the Great Salt Lake's Earthwork Art

    Salt Lake City

    The Spiral Jetty, an earthwork sculpture made of basalt rock by the late Robert Smithson, is 1500 feet long and 15 feet wide.

  2. Golden Spike: Discover the Ties to Our Nation's Past

    Salt Lake City

    Visit Golden Spike and witness the exact spot where the first transcontinental railroad was completed.

  3. Wellsville Mountains: Hiking the Steepest Peaks in the Rockies

    Salt Lake City

    Avid hikers, peak baggers, and birders will enjoy hiking in the Wellsville Mountains. While the routes are steep they are in good condition.

  4. Catching Waves and Wipers: Watersports at Willard Bay

    Salt Lake City

    Splash near the shore, carve the water’s surface, reel in hefty fish, or camp. You can’t go wrong with a visit to Willard Bay State Park.

  5. Bear Lake: The Caribbean of the Rockies

    Salt Lake City

    With everything from swimming and paddling to watersports and fishing, Bear Lake is an adventure all its own.

  6. Family-Friendly Mountain Biking at Eagle Rise

    Salt Lake City

    Eagle Rise is a great spot for families looking to get out for a fun mountain bike ride together, and to catch some spectacular views.

  7. Exploring Wetlands to Waterfowl: Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

    Salt Lake City

    A wonderful spot for birders, the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge houses more than 70 species of birds.

  8. Utah's Rejuvenating Hot Spot: Crystal Hot Springs

    Salt Lake City

    At the end of your day of adventuring nothing beats submerging your body in the soothing waters of Crystal Hot Springs.

  9. The Secrets of SUP on Utah's Jordanelle Reservoir

    Salt Lake City

    Located in Utah's Jordanelle State Park, Jordanelle Reservoir is a perfect pick for a day of stand-up paddlieboarding.

  10. A River Runs Through It: Whitewater Rafting on Utah's Green River

    Salt Lake City

    The Green River in Utah offers plenty of adventurous paddling, especially the coveted Split Mountain section dotted with Class III rapids.

  11. The Glory of Fly Fishing the Green River in Utah

    Salt Lake City

    Known as a rite of passage among anglers, fly fishing the Green River in Utah is sure to please any outdoor lover. Here's how to do it.

  12. Horseback Riders Find Amazing Trails in Utah's Uinta Mountains

    Salt Lake City

    Utah's Uinta Mountains are home to a multitude of amazing trails and areas that are perfect for horseback riders to explore.

  13. Fly Fishing the Peaceful Lakes and Streams in Utah’s Uinta Mountains

    Salt Lake City

    Fly fishing the quiet and peaceful lakes, rivers, and streams in Utah's Uinta Mountains has become a favorite summer activity for anglers.

  14. Utah's Shingle Creek Trail Offers High-Altitude Hiking and Shelter from the Heat

    Salt Lake City

    The Shingle Creek Trail on the western edge of the Uinta Mountains offers a great hike or overnight trip in a forested mountain setting.

  15. Utah's Most Visited Alpine Peak: Bald Mountain

    Salt Lake City

    The hike up Bald Mountain is less than 1,300 feet from the trailhead, making it one of the easiest reached peaks above 11,000 feet in Utah.

  16. How To Hit the Hiking Trails at Flaming Gorge in Utah

    Salt Lake City

    The hiking trails at Flaming Gorge draw outdoor lovers with an array of excellent trails and wildlife. Bonus: The solitude is addictive.

  17. Travel Back in Time in Dinosaur National Monument

    Salt Lake City

    A must-do for both dinosaur geeks and outdoor lovers, the trails in Dinosaur National Monument beckon with a stroll through time.

  18. Lava Walk and Climbing Talk in Snow Canyon State Park

    Salt Lake City

    Wander around brilliant sandstone cliffs and across ancient lava flows while exploring Snow Canyon State Park.

  19. The Most Scenic Trophy Trout Destination in America

    Flaming Gorge

    The Flaming Gorge Reservoir stretches for 91 miles from the charming high desert of southwestern Wyoming to the attractive subalpine terrain of northeastern Utah, making it unlike any other fishery in the United States.