By Matt Gibson, Trivago -- There are a lot of misconceptions out there about Salt Lake City, especially about the city’s drinking culture. The first thing most people think of when you mention Utah’s capital is Mormonism even though Mormons are actually a minority in the city. A lot of people also assume that alcohol is somehow limited, hard to
Posts from July 2015
By Tiffany Vaughn, Trekaroo -- Visit Salt Lake is offering a fantastic bundle of discount activities with its new Salt Lake Connect Pass. Families have the option of purchasing a 1,2,3, or 365-day pass for each family member (price varies by age and by days purchased). Each digital pass gets you one admission into 15 different family-friendly
SOLITUDE MOUNTAIN RESORT, BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON, UTAH (July 7, 2015) – Solitude Mountain Resort is offering guests exclusive 2015 summer packages available through Solitude Resort Lodging. Solitude Resort Lodging features the largest accommodations in the Solitude Mountain Resort base area and specializes in creating tailor-made, personalized
Citi IO -- Geographically, the top 15 winners represent a distinct advantage among heartland cities—though one could argue that the size of city, not the location, may be a better indicator of heart. The winning cities also ranked well in the survey for some concrete features that make it easy for locals to show off their sunny demeanors:
Park City, Utah (July 1, 2015) – Human Movement Management and Snowbird Ski & Snowboard Resort announced today the commencement of construction of the inaugural DirtyBird Mud Run course. The DirtyBird Mud Run, a record-setting, downhill obstacle mud run, is scheduled for July 11, 2015 at Snowbird. The event is the first of its kind worldwide.