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  1. The Top 6 Day Hikes in Beaver County

    Just east of Beaver, Utah, the Tushar Mountains feature some of the state's best hiking adventures with trails threading among high peaks and crossing alpine meadows filled with wildflowers.

  2. The 6 Best Outdoor Activities to Do with the Kids in Beaver County

    Located in southwest Utah, Beaver County is filled with wild places—rugged mountains, sharp canyons, placid lakes, and wildflower-covered meadows—that offer plenty of memorable adventures for families.

  3. New Year’s Resolutions for Adventurous Alabamians

    Here are 10 goals outdoor lovers in Alabama can pursue to make the new year more adventurous.

  4. How I Learned to Climb Again After Nearly Losing My Thumb in a Car Accident

    About five years ago, my left hand—and thumb—were shredded in a horrible car accident. Here's how I returned to my passion of climbing, and the lessons I learned along the way.

  5. Why Ogden Is One of Utah’s Best Ski Towns

    Located just 40 miles north of the Salt Lake City airport, Ogden, Utah, is a perfect basecamp for a ski vacation. With three ski resorts, affordable lodging, fine restaurants, and a vibrant après ski scene, it's a great place to enjoy a winter getaway.

  6. A Guide to Lake Guntersville’s Eagle Awareness Weekends

    Eagle Awareness Weekends at Lake Guntersville include field trips and presentations that offer a close look at these magnificent birds.

  7. The Best Trail to Tavern Pairings in Huntsville

    From Huntsville trails you only have to drive a few minutes to explore the city's booming craft beer scene.

  8. Why You Should Paddle the Potomac in the Dead of Winter

    Yes, it's seemingly insane to be in a kayak in frigid waters. But here's why you should try paddling the Potomac in winter anyway.

  9. 7 Family-Friendly Outdoor Winter Adventures in Garden City

    Come winter, Garden City, Utah, and the surrounding Bear Lake Valley is transformed into a powdery playground the entire family can enjoy.

  10. 5 Must-Do Outdoor Winter Adventures in Garden City

    Once December arrived, the popular summer destination of Garden City, Utah, is transforms into a serene, snowy mountain town. Here are five ways to enjoy the white stuff on a winter getaway to this scenic part of the state.

  11. 8 Reasons Why Garden City is a World-Class Destination for Outdoor Lovers in the Winter

    With some of the state's best skiing at Beaver Mountain and more than 350 miles of well-maintained snowmobile trails, Garden City, Utah, is a great spot for a winter getaway.

  12. 9 Tips to Planning the Perfect Trip to Park City, Utah, on a Budget (and Why You Should)

    While Park City, Utah, is known as a ski destination, the scenic mountain town is also filled with warm-weather activities, making it a perfect spot for a summer getaway. Here are nine trips for planning for an unforgettable warm-weather trip to Park City.

  13. The Top 6 Day Hikes in Park City

    Located in the Wasatch Mountains, Park City, Utah, offers excellent opportunities for hikers of all levels. From family-friendly hikes right from downtown to the steep cliffs of Bald Mountain, you can find an amazing hike with scenic views of the region.

  14. The 9 Best Outdoor Activities to Do with the Kids in Park City

    Park City, Utah, is filled with family-friendly adventures in the outdoors that you and your kids will love. Here are nine great ways to take advantage of all Park City has to offer.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

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