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Posts from September 2016

Ample options with Ski Utah


By Gina Demillo Wagner, Travel Weekly — When Ski Utah invited me to experience several of its world-class resorts in just four days, I was skeptical. To me, hitting multiple resorts in a weekend screamed traffic, headaches and lots of hauling gear. With travel time, I figured we'd enjoy an hour or two on the snow each day, at the most. Happily,

5 Best Urban Cities for Outdoor Lovers


By Lauren Weiler, Culture CheatSheet — As the leaves are changing and the days are becoming a bit cooler, now is the perfect time to strap on your hiking boots, prep your tents for a camping trip, and head outdoors for your next fabulous adventure. If you only have time for one vacation and you’re stuck between wanting to experience life in the

Becoming a Salt Lake City Convert


By Lucas Peterson, The New York Times — My friend Brigham didn’t pronounce himself an expert on Salt Lake City, but he had attended nearby Brigham Young University, and I trusted his opinion. So when he told me about Red Iguana, a casual Mexican place that’s “quite possibly the most famous restaurant in the state,” I went directly from the airport.

Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City for Business and Pleasure


By Lori A. May, — Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, at the intersection of 200 South and Main Street, is Hotel Monaco. This beautiful property was originally occupied by an early Salt Lake City hotel, the White House, and later a number of banks occupied the space until Hotel Monaco renovated the building in 1999.

Top Five Mountain Bike Singletrack Trails in Salt Lake City


By Slack Blackman, Parachute — Utah is known for its mountain biking. However, most of the more well-known spots in the state are located down south in Moab. But what if you're located in Salt Lake City and just want to get out for a day's ride on a great singletrack? Luckily, there are plenty of local rides that fit the bill. Wasatch Crest