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Outdoor Recreation Guide

Tuning Tips

Save money and time with DIY ways to keep your most prized winter possessions in shape

By Jessica Dunn
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - It’s time to dust off the shred sticks and give them a little love. Whether you ride on one stick or two, skis and snowboards are expensive, so to keep them riding smooth, tuning should be a regular part of your routine.

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Snow Days

A monthly guide to the 2013-14 Utah winter season

By Jeff Miesbauer
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Despite living amid the Greatest Snow on Earth, some Utahns still dread winter and its months of cold, smoggy stagnation. Maybe skidding down a frozen mountain between rocks isn’t your idea of fun.

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Resort Report

Utah's hills are alive with new deals, lifts and more

By L. Clark Tate
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Fifteen ski hills (11 within an hour of Salt Lake City) sprawl across Utah’s topographical wonderland, ready and waiting for winter—and each and every one wants you.

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Perfect 10

It's time to truly experience the Greatest Snow on Earth with these 10 runs

By L. Clark Tate
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Don’t just ride the mountain—explore it. It’s time to toss out your tick list, ditch the standard run routine and search out some freshies—and we don’t just mean snow.

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Practice Paradise

Snogression helps skiers and boarders hone their skills, sans snow

By Jessica Dunn
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - The Wasatch Mountains may have some competition for the title of the ultimate ski and snowboard playground. This playground doesn’t need to accumulate 500-plus inches a season, and it doesn’t close with the onset

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Woofing in the Wasatch

Where to enjoy the flakes with your furry one this winter

By Dave Zook
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Dogs and the outdoors seem like a natural combination. A hike, ski or snowshoe trek with Fido heightens companionship as both parties get a little exercise and enjoy nature,

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So Tubular

The best spots to fly down a hill on a rubber circle

By L. Clark Tate
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - There’s always a good excuse to go tubing: legs weary after too much riding, clamoring kids or just a straight-up love of old-school laughs. But where’s the best spot to throw down your tube and let it fly?

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Desert Days

Head to southern Utah for your own spring awakening

By L. Clark Tate
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Southern and central Utah is about as wide-open as spaces get, and the combo of the red rock, pale-green scrub and bright-blue sky is pretty outstanding. But come summer, this wanderer’s paradise is hot as blazes.

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Apres Forays

A local's guide to self-medication in the Wasatch

By Jeff Miesbauer
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - Whatever you look for in apr├Ęs skiing or riding, there’s a venue for it between the seven resorts just east of Salt Lake City. Whether you need rowdy live music, a burger, a raging fire or just a good beer to quiet your

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Back to Basics

Pay no attention to the trends and forgettable gadgets—this is the gear you really need

By L. Clark Tate
POSTED // Nov 8,2013 - GPSing, altitude-reading, iPhone-integrated gadgetry is great. But, be it blizzard or bluebird, a winter day in the mountains—even lift-serviced ones—can get serious in a hurry, so dress appropriately.
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