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The Salt Lake Scene

Category - Outdoor Recreation & Sports

  • Four Salt Lake Businesses That Help You Hit the Slopes

    Illustrations by @samsherrill Having the greatest snow on earth has been on Utah’s license plate since 1985 for a reason. With four world-class resorts within a half-hour’s drive of Salt Lake City and even more in neighboring cities, snow enthusiasts can find something for anyone. If you’re

  • Four Under-the-Radar Salt Lake Sports Teams to Root For

    Attending sporting events and cheering on local teams offer exhilarating opportunities to express pride for Salt Lake. While the Utah Jazz and Real Salt Lake compete for glory in the nation’s major sports leagues, many under-the-radar teams also call Utah home. From women’s tackle football to

  • Deer Valley

    Plan your day at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah

    Still planning to "chase Utah powder" this year? The ski gurus at Deer Valley ® are determined, in spite of COVID-19 related restrictions, to keep skiers enjoying their time on the mountain this season. Deer Valley staff members have spent many hours grappling with a few logistical questions that

  • Snowbird's Avalanche Dogs & Marguerite Van Komen

    Marguerite Van Komen is a ski patroller and avalanche professional at Snowbird, and her partner, Frankie, is a black lab avalanche rescue dog. As a part of the incredible team of patrollers and avy dogs that help to protect those who enjoy gorgeous Little Cottonwood Canyon, they spend their days

  • Celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day

    Sad because your vacation plans were dashed in 2020? We know the perfect antidote: National Plan for Vacation Day, a day set aside by the U.S. Travel Association (USTA) to inspire Americans to plan their vacation for the year on January 26. Get inspired and excited for your future adventures! Even

  • Kyra Condie & Nathaniel Coleman - Team USA Climbers

    Many know Salt Lake for its incredible mountains. But did you know Salt Lake also has incredible mountain climbers? Meet Kyra Condie and Nathaniel Coleman, both Team USA climbers for the Tokyo Olympics. Originally, the Tokyo Olympics were scheduled for 2020, but due to the pandemic have been

  • Trace Salt Lake's Hidden Waterways with Seven Canyons Trust

    Seven creeks run through the Salt Lake valley that you’ve never seen—because they are hidden underground. Named after the canyons from which they hail—Red Butte, Mill, City, Emigration, Parley’s, Big Cottonwood, Little Cottonwood—these invisible streams traverse unseen through suburban streets and

  • 5 Outdoor Summer Spots in Salt Lake according to SLUG Magazine

    A sentiment you’ve undoubtedly heard about Salt Lake is its close proximity to outdoor activities. Usually, when Salt Lakers invoke this, they mean to gesture toward the many opportunities for rigorous sport or immersion in the outdoors. It’s certainly true that a little ways from downtown, you can

  • RVshare makes RV Travel Safe, Easy & Fun. Rent an RV today

    RVshare makes RV Travel Safe, Easy & Fun

    Summer is finally here, and we know if you’re anything like us, you have been itching to get outside. The last several months have been tough staying cooped up at home. While we still need to keep guidelines in mind, there are ways to safely get back outdoors and make the most of the summer ahead!

  • Staying Happy and Healthy at Home in Salt Lake

    The days of COVID-19 are upon us. With the highly contagious disease spreading, we’re encountering the toilet paper apocalypse and the need to stay home all day everyday. So it’s pretty easy to gravitate towards the Ben & Jerry’s, a family size bag of Doritos, and do absolutely nothing on the

  • Top Ten Salt Lake Destinations for Dogs (and Their People)

    We’ve gotta say: Salt Lake is a great place to be a dog. It’s also a great place to be a person who has a dog. Our four-legged family members force us to slow down a little, spend some time at the park, throw a stick on the hiking trail, sip just one more round of drinks on a sunny restaurant

  • Salt Lake Welcomes Unity Fest

    If you’re impatiently waiting for pride week to hit the streets in Salt Lake City again, wait no more, something just as magical has been bestowed upon our great city­–the first ever Salt Lake Unity Fest. What’s a unity fest you ask? It’s pretty spot on with the name. At this four-day extravaganza

  • Salt Lake's Best Fall Colors

    Besides football games and that crisp mountain air, the changing of the leaves is a phenomenon everyone enjoys­, and don’t try to deny it, you enjoy it, we know you do. So after you bring out that fuzzy cardigan and sip on some warm apple cider­, rake your leaves into a neat pile and immediately

  • Tour of Utah Preview

    Since 2004 the Tour of Utah has been pedaling the toughest stage race in America, and starting August 12th, it's back for another year. Some cyclists might argue that it’s the prettiest and most scenic stage race in the world—and we can’t argue with that. The Tour of Utah is comprised of 6 stages,

  • Salt Lake's 10 Best Public Parks

    From incredible mountain-backdrop views to summer-friendly options for the kids, Salt Lake City has some incredible parks. Combine the scenic setting with beautiful summer sunsets, and you get an idea of why so many people are moving to Salt Lake. Equal parts urban and mountain-set, our range of

  • How to Have a Good Time in Salt Lake

    Most people would describe Salt Lake as "chill," "fun-loving," "outdoorsy," "adventurous," and "kind of a foodie." And yes, that sounds like the city has a Tinder profile, but truly, this town gets along with just about anyone and is always up for a good time. Whether you're a business traveler,

  • Is Salt Lake Getting the Olympics Again?

    The 2002 Winter Olympics were a party of such epic proportions that those weeks stand out in nearly every Utahn’s mind as one of the most exciting things to hit our fair state since shaped skis and fried scones. Utah’s good citizens revelled in the international spotlight, with an incredible

  • National Parks as Far as The Eye Can See

    Okay, here’s a little disclaimer. These national parks and monuments technically aren’t in Salt Lake. But they’re definitely close enough by that if you’re already here, you need to make the trip. Did you know that there are 60 national and state parks within four hours? For adventure junkies,