The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from March 2013

  • SLC Introduces GREENbikes

    There's something about bicycling that makes you feel like a kid again. It's also a convenient, cheap and non-polluting way to travel short distances, for example from the Gallivan Center to the Gateway, or from Temple Square to Library Square. The SLC Downtown Alliance has been working with

  • Shopping Salt Lake

    In the last several years Salt Lake City has grown from not only a skier's paradise, but has also become a shopaholics dream. With shopping centers like City Creek Center , Trolley Square and The Gateway , Salt Lake has been introduced to a whole new level of shopping with high end brands

  • Goggle Tans

    When it starts to warm up in the city it’s easy to forget the nearly 90’ base at the Salt Lake ski resorts. While everyone is dusting off their golf clubs and hipsters on fixies start gracing the streets, you’ll find me up on the hill perfecting my goggle tan. Bronzing your cheekbones isn’t

  • A Grand Dining Experience: The Solitude Yurt

    A few weeks ago three friends and I strapped on snowshoes for a half mile hike to the Solitude Yurt for dinner. Working in the ski industry I spend a good amount of time at ski resorts, but never at night walking up through the trees to get to a yurt. Joe, our chef and Ann, our guide and chef's