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Summer & Fall Outdoor Recreation Guide 2014 

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Is the call of your great Utah adventure on hold? Far too often, we who live in the great state of "Life Elevated" (Utah's promotional tagline) just imagine we're living the dream. We yearn to get out of town but then we fail to make a plan to do so.

With this third edition of City Weekly's Outdoor Recreation Guide, we'd like to ask: What are you waiting for? Why should tourists and visiting relatives have all the fun?

If nature's call has been going straight to your voice mail, it's time to listen to your messages. "One of these days" has arrived. Go forth.

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Reach for the Stars

 

Big Time Rush

 

On the Rocks

 

Leave 'em in the Dust

 

Gear Solid

 

Off the Eaten Path

 

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