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Posts from April 2017

  • Utah’s Alta lodges are a skier’s delight in 1940s style

    By Deidre Macken for The Australian — Up a knife’s-edge canyon in Utah, where Mormons keep their records in a cave, where avalanche trails snake above the road and the tracks of off-piste skiers testify to a crazy sort of bravery, lies Alta and its lodges. Alta’s five lodges are pretty much all there is at the end of Little Cottonwood Canyon

  • Salt Lake’s 2017 Off to a Stellar Start!

    SALT LAKE CITY (April 25, 2017) – According to two of Visit Salt Lake’s key economic indicators, the first quarter of 2017 shows Salt Lake is off to a strong start in terms of hotel room nights and Super Pass sales, Visit Salt Lake’s lift ticket program tailored to destination skiers and snowboarders and administered through its winter brand, Ski

  • Say cheers to these new Salt Lake City bars

    TrueViralNews.com -- Say cheers to these new Salt Lake City bars Purgatory When the neighbors are a mortuary and motorcycle shop called Suicide Lane, a devilishly good name seems fitting. Owner Mai Nguyen purchased this empty brick warehouse at the same time she bought the building for her restaurant, Sapa Sushi Bar and Grill, next door.