Don’t let a little snow stop your hiking. Experts offer tips for experiencing snowshoeing — the world of walking on (crystallized) water.
Through a partnership with Protect Our Winters, or “POW,” and Ski Utah, Powder Mountain will host its own POW Day on Jan. 13. Those carpooling and taking public transit to the mountain resort will receive priority parking, a free beanie, a chance to win big prizes and the warm...
Hikes for beginners to the advanced are offered, as well as a chance to participate in the Wasatch Audubon bird count.
When we shared the story on Facebook, Standard-Examiner readers were divided in their opinions on the designation. Here’s what you had to say.
New to Utah or haven’t been paying attention to the Bears Ears National Monument designation debate? We’ve got answers to some of your burning questions.
Utah’s skiers are most likely rejoicing after last weekend’s snowstorm, which brought 10-47 inches to state’s ski resorts.
Taking a ride into the backcountry on an ATV carries a certain inherent responsibility. This goes beyond wearing protective gear and dressing for the weather. A rider needs to go prepared to help other riders on the trail.
Though snow on the ground may be in short supply in Northern Utah’s valleys right now, it’s never too early to start plotting where to take sleds and tubes when the flakes do begin to fly.
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