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Posts from December 2013

  • Rocky Mountain Gays

    Gay List Daily -- Assume the missionary position now. Because you’re headed to Salt Lake City, a surprisingly awesome gay destination. The home base for homo-hating Mormons may not sound like an ideal place to vacation, but once The Advocate named it the best gay city in 2012, we had to check it out for ourselves. And boy are we glad we did.

  • Utah Front and Center Leading up to Sochi Games

    SALT LAKE CITY (December 17, 2013) – Utah, The State of Sport, is committed to its Olympic and sport legacy as it ramps up to host major snow and ice events leading up to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Over a four month period, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and National Governing Bodies of sport, will have brought

  • Affordable Travel Deal of the Week: Visit Salt Lake Offers Four-Night Ski-and-Stay Package for Only $663

    Travelers Today -- Visit Salt Lake wants you to enjoy this winter season by hitting the slops at Salt Lake City and enjoying a four-night stay close to prime skiing spots in the city such as Alta and Snowbird among others. But that's not all. Visit Salt Lake wants you to enjoy all these for just $663 only, so if you don't have any planned travel

  • Breakfast in Florida, Utah Turns Before Lunch

    By Erika Wiggins, Ski Utah-- I woke up in Florida wanting to ski. By lunch I was on the slopes, and you could be too. Saturday, I was skiing before lunch. That doesn’t sound impressive until I mention that I started my morning in Orlando, Florida. Yup, I had to test all of the marketing hype we put out about how quickly you can ski the Greatest

  • EVE 2014: anniversary celebration includes fan favorites from past five years

    Salt Lake City (Dec. 9, 2013) – The Downtown Alliance announces EVE 2014. EVE’s fifth year continues with a three-day celebration in downtown Salt Lake City, Dec. 29, 30 and 31 with fan favorites from the past five years. More than 40,000 attendees are expected to take advantage of a $15 three-day pass to access 9 downtown venues. Three-day passes

  • Powder Awards take over Salt Lake City

    By Kade Krichko, POWDER Magazine -- The biggest night in skiing went off with a bang Friday, as some of the most legendary names in skiing walked the red carpet with a raucous crowd of ski faithful for the 14th Annual Powder Awards in Salt Lake City. Throngs of powder hounds packed out The Depot in downtown Salt Lake to celebrate the best ski

  • Light Rail Line Links Salt Lake City with Airport

    Metrol Magazine -- The Airport TRAX, which has six stations, is now on full schedule, with trains from downtown to the airport running every 15 minutes on weekdays. Kevin Cox knew that the Airport TRAX light rail would make an impact on travel between downtown Salt Lake City and Salt Lake City International Airport. But, he had no idea it would

  • Utah starting point for Wild West adventure

    By Sherry Lewis, BanksNewsToday -- From outdoor adventure, to delicious dining, arts, culture, and history, Utah is the perfect starting point for a Wild West adventure. We flew into Salt Lake City and began our tour of the capital, with Visit Salt Lake city Connect Pass. It’s the perfect way to get an overview of the city and surrounding areas.

  • Ski season off to strong start in Utah

    By Paul Foy, Associated Press -- Utah's ski industry is getting an early-season intravenous shot. Ski-pass sales and lodging reservations are up as resorts reap the benefit of an improving economy. Even the weather is cooperating, with November building up snow equity on the slopes. Utah boosters hope the Sochi Olympics whip up enthusiasm for