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  1. 9 Reasons Why Park City, Utah, is a World-Class Destination for Outdoor Lovers

    With two world-class resorts, an historic Main Street, and a vibrant dining, bar, and art scene, Park City, Utah, is one of the country's finest ski destinations.

  2. 3 Days in Park City: The Perfect Long Weekend Getaway

    Located about half an hour from the Salt Lake City airport, Park City, Utah, is easy to get to for a quick ski trip. With two world-class resorts and endless options for lodging and dining, it makes for an easy three-day weekend getaway.

  3. A Foodie’s Guide to Park City

    Park City, Utah, is has become a year-round destination for anyone who enjoys the outdoors—with an outstanding dining scene. Whether you’re craving a gourmet breakfast, a quick lunch, sushi, steak, or a five-course feast, you'll find it here.

  4. Your Guide to the Après-Ski Scene in Ogden

    Just 45 minutes north of Salt Lake City, Ogden, Utah, has become a popular ski destination, with easy access to Snowbasin and Powder Mountain, plus a wide variety of après ski options to enjoy. Here's a quick look at some of the best.

  5. How to Plan and Execute the Perfect Ogden Ski Trip

    With its excellent snow, ample amenities, and easy access to the Salt Lake City airport, Ogden, Utah, is the perfect spot for a ski getaway.

  6. 9 Family-Friendly Outdoor Winter Adventures in Ogden

    Ogden, Utah, sits between the towering Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake, making it the perfect basecamp for family-friendly fun in the wintertime. Here are some of your best bets for enjoying the snowy wonderland.

  7. How to Have the Ultimate Winter Adventure Day in Ogden

    Located just 35 minutes north of Salt Lake City International Airport, Ogden is one of Utah's best options for a winter getaway, with all kinds of outdoor adventure within easy reach.

  8. The Best Winter Activities in Ogden (for the Non-Skiers of the Group)

    Ogden, Utah, is known for its excellent skiing and snowboarding just minutes from downtown. But even if you're not a fan of the slopes, there's plenty of winter fun to be had.

  9. 8 Reasons the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a Must-Visit Destination (for the Bold at Heart).

    The 19.2-million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is truly remarkable for its immaculate wildness. It is a life-changing, otherworldly experience for the few hundreds of people who are bold enough to visit in any given year.

  10. Adventure Photography in America's Last Great Wilderness: What to Know, Where to Go

    Wilderness doesn't come any bigger or better than the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. If you dream of photographing caribou, polar bears, and dramatic landscapes unlike anything else on earth, this is the trip of a lifetime.

  11. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Needs Your Help. Here's What You Should Know

    Federally protected in 1960 and expanded significantly in 1980, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has no roads within it, nor any roads leading to it. It is one of the last truly wild places in the United States, and it is in danger.

  12. Poetry in Motion: An Ode to the Fauna in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

    Perched in the northeast corner of Alaska, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge an idyllic haven for wildlife. The remote refuge has a range of almost 20 million acres and is home to 25 different mammals and more than 200 types of birds.

  13. How to Travel 18,000 Miles With Your Dog

    There's traveling with your dog, and there's journeying with your dog: 18,000 miles of adventure-centric road trip, to be exact. Here's how to do it without going doggone crazy.

  14. 5 Ways to Trek Through Time in Death Valley

    From abandoned mines to geological wonders to links to one of America's most notorious murderers, Death Valley is brimming with history.

  15. 4 Southern California Hot Springs for Backpackers Only

    For a resplendent escape from the sprawl of the Los Angeles area, grab your backpack and bathing suit and explore these incredible hot springs in Southern California.

  16. 5 Ways to Beat the Cold on Winter Hikes

    Follow these expert tips to remain warm and comfortable on Alabama trails in winter.

  17. The Fascinating History of Hueco Tanks, the Birthplace of Modern Bouldering

    Brimming with history, Hueco Tanks also has a place in the history of rock climbing as the birthplace of modern bouldering.

  18. 10 Lesser-Known Alabama Waterfalls

    In the Alabama backwoods you'll find hidden waterfalls that most people never get to see.

  19. Family-Friendly Winter Outdoor Excursions in Winston-Salem

    From hikes in the Saura Mountains to urban adventures, here are several great winter outings in Winston-Salem.

  20. 7 Tips for Winter Hammock Camping In Alabama

    Expert advice to keep you toasty in your hammock during cold winter nights in Alabama.

  21. How Skiing Has Changed Over the Years

    From the technology to the après action, skiing has changed. Here, a trip back through time on the slopes, and 5 places where you can soak up the old-school vibe.

  22. An Insider's Guide to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: One of the Largest Protected Wildernesses in the US

    The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge extends 19.3 million-acres from the Arctic Coast’s barrier islands across the tundra of the coastal plain before rising 9,000 feet to the peaks of the Brooks Range. It's one of the country's last true wilderness areas.

  23. 6 True Wilderness Adventures in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

    The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, located in northeast Alaska above the Arctic Circle, is one of the last remote areas left to explore, offering an incredible opportunity for true wilderness adventure.

  24. Protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Isn't Just an Environmental Issue, It's a Human Rights Affair

    The Gwich’in, an Alaska Native tribe whose people have lived in the region for over 20,000 years, are fighting to preserve their community and way of life.

  25. 6 Historic Hotels in the National Parks That Will Take You Back in Time

    Full of history and character, here are six pre-1930's hotels in the national parks that offer an iconic trip back in time.

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