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  • Surviving Sundance
  • Surviving Sundance

    An insider's take on the sights, sounds and tastes of Sundance.
      Every year, for a few strange days, Utah's predictable conservative majority swings just a couple of percentage points to the left as the movie industry comes to town. The Sundance Film Festival offers a strange brew of high altitude and high attitude, turning Park City into a crowded, chaotic temporary Rocky Mountain center of the cinematic universe.
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  • Stay & Play
  • Stay & Play

    Where to bed down, whether you're a ski bum or a Sundance starlet
  • Dive Into Relaxation in Idaho
  • Dive Into Relaxation in Idaho

    Lava Hot Springs makes it simple: just sit & soak
      Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, gives visitors the chance to calm down and enjoy life in the slow lane. The directions are pretty simple, really: Sit and soak.
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  • No Ski Zone
  • No Ski Zone

    Enjoy the greatest snow on earth without strapping on a pair of sticks
      While the slopes surrounding Salt Lake City provide world-class skiing and snowboarding, whisking down the mountain is just the beginning of the fun you can have in the powder or at the resorts during
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  • Great Scottsdale
  • Great Scottsdale

    Escape winter for a quick Arizona getaway
      The Wasatch Front is beautiful in the winter, but it sure can get cold. When the weather in our valley brings you to your knees, you have two choices: A. hope that global warming speeds up; or B. hop on a 70-minute flight south and find yourself in 70-degree-plus weather in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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  • Epic Ski Runs
  • Epic Ski Runs

    A new multi-resort pass opens up ski options around the world
      Park City has long been a destination for national and international skiers. Now, locals can turn the tables and make Park City the jumping-off point for their own national and international ski trips.
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  • Get Out of Town

    Air-travel tips for the holiday season
      As the upcoming holidays come rolling along, if locals aren’t enjoying the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” they’re hopping out of town. We should consider ourselves lucky.
  • Exploring Anaheim
  • Exploring Anaheim

    More to Cali city than Disneyland
      As we noted in a Travel Tramps article around this time last year [“Zion in Anaheim,” Oct. 11, 2012, City Weekly], the October fall break for Utah schools might as well be called Disneyland Break ...
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  • Experiencing Rheingau
  • Experiencing Rheingau

    Relaxing in Germany's wine and spa country
      German vacations bring to mind images of great beer, Oktoberfest, Bavarian cuckoo clocks and BMWs speeding along the autobahn.
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  • Fall in Brigham City
  • Fall in Brigham City

    There's more to Highway 89 than peaches
      Fall is the harvest season in Utah, and a tasty opportunity for a getaway is to drive up and down Highway 89 just south of Brigham City—aka Utah’s Fruit Highway—to find every kind of crop that’s being hauled in.
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