The Weekend Guide: Hiking, Wildlife, and Mile-High Biscuits in Salt Lake City

Originally posted on https://www.cntraveler.com/story/weekend-guide-salt-lake-city By Jeremy Pugh Thanks to an influx of relocating professionals and a higher-than-average birth rate, Utah ranks as America’s youngest state. That youthful energy is shaking up the reputation of Salt Lake City, a capital that had long been dismissed as sleepy and…

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Salt Lake City Surprise

Originally posted on https://www.phoenixmag.com/2022/05/05/summer-food-wine-getaways/ May 5, 2022 — Given that it was founded and largely populated by alcohol-abstaining Mormons, Utah may not be top of mind when it comes to food-and-booze destinations. However, between the Wasatch Mountains and Oquirrh (pronounced “oaker”) Mountains of Utah, sits…

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Utah ranks No. 1 for state pandemic response: New study

Originally posted on https://www.abc4.com/news/local-news/utah-ranks-no-1-for-state-pandemic-response-new-study/ April 12, 2022 — (ABC4) – A study breaking down how states responded to the COVID-19 pandemic shows Utah ranking as number one out of all 50 states. The National Bureau of Economic Research released its final COVID-19 report on how…

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Two Visit Salt Lake Passes, One Ultimate Ski and Après Ski Experience

Originally posted on https://unofficialnetworks.com/2022/02/18/two-visit-salt-lake-passes-one-ultimate-ski-and-apres-ski-experience/ February 18, 2022 — By Rich Stoner Tucked away beneath the Wasatch Mountain Range and the Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City has spent most of its lifetime isolated. What one would think should be a major metropolitan…

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The Best Ski Resorts in the United States

Originally posted on https://www.afar.com/magazine/the-best-ski-resorts-in-the-united-states February 15, 2022 — By Frederick Reimers and Nina Kokotas Hahn With world-famous runs, top-notch facilities, and sustainability efforts that make a difference, these are the ski destinations to put on your list this year, next year, and every year…

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20 U.S. Destinations Perfect for Solo Travelers

Originally posted on travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/solo-travel/best-places-to-travel-alone-in-the-us December 28, 2021 — By Evie Carrick Traveling alone is all about freedom and independence — freedom to go where you want, when you want, and independence in your ability to visit new places and meet new people without the crutch of a travel…

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These Will Be the 25 Biggest Dining Trends in 2022, According to Chefs

Originally posted on www.foodandwine.com/lifestyle/biggest-food-restaurant-trends-2022 December 9, 2021 — By Regan Stephens As 2020 came to a close, vaccines were on the horizon and an end to the pandemic felt like it might finally be in sight. So when we asked chefs to tell us what trends they anticipated for the new year, some predicted joyful…

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The easiest way to ski Utah in 2022

Originally posted to www.vacationstravel.com/ski-utah-usa-deals/ November 20, 2021 — By Alison Godfrey With masses of light fluffy powder snow, Utah is a skiers paradise in any year. But the 2022 Utah ski season looks like it might just be the best ski season in a decade. Utah’s Alta Ski Area recorded a whopping 67″ (1.6m) of snow during October…

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The best ski resorts in Utah for everyone

Originally posted on https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/utah-ski-resorts November 16, 2021 — By Blake Snow - Lonely Planet writer Unlike Colorado and California, most of Utah's world-class skiing is less than an hour’s drive from its metropolitan airport. In fact, there are 10 such resorts in the vicinity, spread across the famous Cottonwood…

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