Beth Lopez

Salt Lake City, Zion National Park, Park City

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  1. How to Pull off a 100-Day Ski Season with a Full-Time Job

    Salt Lake City

    Our writer hits a hefty goal of the 100-day ski season while showing up to work (mostly) on time. Here's how she did it—and how you can too.

  2. Spring Skiing Checklist: Are You Ready?

    Salt Lake City

    Powder hounds may resist, but spring is coming to our fair ski resorts. Here's a spring skiing checklist to make sure you're set.

  3. Scoring a 100-Day Ski Season (Without Quitting Your Job)

    Salt Lake City

    Our writer commits to a 100-day ski season while holding down a 9-to-5 job. Here's how it's going (and how you too can sneak in more skiing).

  4. How to Survive the Holidays at Utah Ski Resorts

    Salt Lake City

    Throngs of tourists. Crowded slopes. Overrun bars and restaurants. Here's your guide to surviving the holidays at Utah ski resorts.

  5. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Millcreek and Grapevine Areas

    Zion National Park

    The desert scenery and easy-access to these two areas makes for beautiful and mellow hiking and mountain biking.

  6. Insider’s Guide to Sidecountry Skiing at Snowbasin

    Salt Lake City

    The sidecountry skiing at Snowbasin can be a bit of an undertaking, especially returning to the lodge, but it's very well worth the effort.

  7. Insider's Guide to Resort Skiing at Snowbasin

    Salt Lake City

    With 3,000 vertical feet, lots of amazing expert skiing, and a beautiful, historic resort, the skiing at Snowbasin is an absolute gem.

  8. More Vertical, Maximum Fun: A Primer on Snowcat Skiing in Salt Lake City

    Park City

    A brief overview of where to find excellent and affordable snowcat skiing in Salt Lake City. Perfect for powder hounds on a budget.