Mike Godfrey, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 18th - 11:53am
Everyone knows Utah's landscapes are beautiful and unique. But just how important are Utah's landscapes to the state and to those of us who call Utah home? And how can we preserve the state's outdoors?
Yellowstone National Park officials have received much criticism — some based on inaccurate information posted on social media — for their decision to euthanize a grizzly bear that killed a Montana man this past summer, a park wildlife manager said.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 9th - 11:27am
Whether you're going on an afternoon hike or a multi-day road trip, traveling with kids involves lot of preparation. Here are reviews for a handful of products that could possibly be of use on your next outing.
A new permitting system for day use on backcountry roads in Canyonlands is now in place — and one business owner in Moab says it's caused some frustration for tourists and would like to see some changes.
This weekend, the Overseer is in for a feast — it will "swallow" the sun just after sunrise. The Parowan Heritage Foundation and Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah are teaming up to host a free interpretive program.
With their openings in just a couple of weeks, resorts are busy whipping up a blizzard. The last storm delivered Snowbird about eight inches of natural snow, but more importantly, brought with it colder temperatures that make it possible for the reso
Brigham Wilson, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 5th - 11:34am
What would you get if you took the Twin Cities and dropped them in the BWCA? Seattle. Blue sky, green trees and white mountains are the backdrop for amazing food, unique sights, and a great Pacific Northwest experience.
Ray Grass, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 3rd - 11:37am
Over the past 25 years the annual Ski Affair has made it possible for the Utah Ski Archives to collect thousands of photos, films, tapes and books documenting the history of skiing in Utah. The 25th Annual Ski Affair will be Thursday.