Project for Salt Lake City Weekly | 2014
Winter Outdoor Recreation Guide 2014-15
The resorts are switching it up this season. Several new ownership schemes are making waves, and efforts to up snow-independent offerings(e.g., snow making capacity, foodie options, specialty kid camps and summer activities) to mitigate the monetary impacts of climate change….READ MORE.
So, let this winter calendar kick-start your brain into planning mode. Sure, there’s no time like the present—but looking ahead every once in a while can seriously improve the odds of enjoying it even more down the line…READ MORE.
Say Yes to the Yurt
Yurt permits come with detailed lists of what you’ll need, but plan on hauling food, a kitchen kit, sleeping bags and pads, as well as first aid, navigation and avalanche supplies (beacon/shovel/probe/terrain-management brain). Utah’s famous fluff can make for a seriously unstable snowpack, so brush up on backcountry skills and check conditions…READ MORE.
According to Travis Gillespie, founder of the Utah Fly Fishing Club (UtahFlyfishingClub.com), winter is a great time to pull out those rods and seek a strike. The fish are hungry, and a few cold weather conditions have them throwing caution to the wind, upping your odds of a good catch…READ MORE.