Geoff Liesik, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 22nd - 11:36am
An easy hike from Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery to the Green River offers a chance to see Fremont Indian rock art, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, and large trout swimming in the crystal clear creek that runs along the trail the entire way.
Ken Ritter, Associated Press | Posted Aug 16th - 7:33pm
Amid punishing drought, federal water managers projected Tuesday that — by a very narrow margin— the crucial Lake Mead reservoir on the Colorado River won't have enough water to make full deliveries to Nevada and Arizona in 2018.
The Utah Wildlife Board voted Tuesday to voice its opposition to the proposed Bears Ears monument in a letter to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. The letter reiterated the state's commitment to preserving hunting, fishing and trapping.
Carlos Baquerizo, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 12th - 7:03pm
Summer is a great time of the year to hit the road and visit a lake, campground or national park. However, many of these trips include towing a trailer. Here are some safety tips to help prevent accidents while pulling a trailer this summer.
Justin McFarland, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 10th - 11:29am
Powder Mountain Resort has several summer trails for hiking and biking, giving views from Pineview Reservoir to the Great Salt Lake. The Brim Trail is a mild, 6-mile loop at the top of the plateau just southeast of Powder Mountain Resort.
Spencer Durrant, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 9th - 12:19pm
Are you just getting into fly fishing, but aren't sure which rod you should buy? Or perhaps you're an experienced angler who needs a better rod. If so, here is some information on the best rods for every budget.
A joint state team of experts from the U.S. Geological Survey began an extensive study probing nutrients at the Jordan River surplus canal. They also plan to map nutrients at the Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake to understand their distribution.
First, a toxic algae bloom in Utah Lake forced Riverton to shut down its secondary water system. Now, low water levels at the lake could shut the system down again more than a month ahead of scheduled, the mayor said Sunday.
There is enough really cool hiking and camping gear available on the market to overstuff the largest backpack. Since I fall into that category of buying a bigger pack to carry more stuff, I wanted to see how I might reduce my load.
Twice a year, outdoor industry professionals flock to Salt Lake City to show off their latest innovative products, and now in it’s 20th year, the 2016 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market did not disappoint.