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Ogden couple to run race in each of Utah's 29 counties

Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 17th - 12:48pm

A few years ago Joseph and Rayma Markland set a goal called "Utah 29" in which they run a race in each of Utah's 29 counties. They have one more race in November to accomplish their goal.

Fishing at Bear Lake without a boat? Here's how to do it successfully

Brad Kerr, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Oct 16th - 2:01pm

Fishing the deep waters of Bear Lake can be done successfully without a boat. Here are tips for using a kayak, pontoon or float tube instead.

5 tips for visiting Yosemite National Park

Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Oct 15th - 1:14pm

Yosemite, with its roughly 1,200 square miles of grandeur, is the fifth most-visited park in the U.S. Here are five tips to help you navigate the crowds and have an enjoyable trip.

'I miss Adam so much it’s painful': Young mother who lost husband in avalanche installs warning signs in his memory

Nate Eaton, EastIdahoNews.com  |  Posted Oct 13th - 4:43pm

Several days after her husband Adam’s avalanche death, Summer Andersen felt compelled to do something to help other families. She created the nonprofit Adam Andersen Avalanche Project and raised money to install avalanche warning signs in Island Park, Idaho, near where her husband died.

Utah loves its hunting, fishing and wildlife watching

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted Oct 11th - 5:18pm

Like fishing, hunting or simply watching wildlife? You are not alone. In Utah, those activities on Bureau of Land Management acreage generated $7 million in federal tax revenue and $5 million for the state. A new report looks at those activities.

Review: 3 products for family vacations

Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Oct 11th - 3:31pm

Cooler weather and smaller crowds are often the reward for those who hit the road for family outings in the fall. Here’s a quick look at three products that could be nice additions to your next vacation.

3 fish species have infested Kolob Reservoir. Know who put them there? You could get $3K

Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 10th - 1:34pm

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials have to kill and restock the fish in a reservoir for the third time in a month after another fish species was illegally introduced.

The best biking trails to see fall colors in Utah

Kory Pitcher, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Oct 9th - 6:20pm

Which trails can you take to see the best colors in Utah this fall? Check out these Utah classics that offer a lot of red and yellow foliage to color your trip.

National mustang meeting will gallop into Salt Lake City

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted Oct 7th - 10:41am

Members of the Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet for three days in Salt Lake City, including one morning dedicated to touring a wild horse management herd area.

Wildlife officials to kill fish and close 2 reservoirs after goldfish, carp infestations

Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 5th - 3:30pm

After recent fish infestations, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials have decided to do a water treatment that will kill off fish in Pelican Lake and Maple Lake, and will eventually repopulate the reservoirs.

Video shows close encounter with bobcat in Huntington Canyon

Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Oct 4th - 1:10pm

Bobcats are nocturnal, solitary and elusive. But as this video shows, that doesn't mean they won't pop out to say hello once in a while.

Enjoy the bright blue waters of Bear Lake State Park

Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 3rd - 12:47pm

Bear Lake State Park has sights and activities for everyone and for anytime of year.

Canyon Hollow Trail offers fall colors without the travel

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 2nd - 3:15pm

A hike in Draper offers hikers, bikers and horse riders with beautiful views and good fall colors.

Study finds BLM lands contribute billions from recreation

The Associated Press  |  Posted Oct 2nd - 10:28am

A new study from several wildlife-related groups has found that recreation on Bureau of Land Management land contributes billions of dollars to western states' economies.

Reconfiguration of South Entrance fee station at Zion a step closer to reality

KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 1st - 5:12pm

The National Park Service on Monday issued a “finding of no significant impact” for plans to reconfigure the South Entrance fee station and adjacent roadway.

Enjoy fishing, take camping back to basics at Piute State Park

Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct 1st - 2:03pm

Piute State Park offers activities for all ages, such as primitive camping, fishing and OHV riding.

Lost Dog, Fire Hole areas of Flaming Gorge Reservoir on notice after algae bloom found, officials say

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 29th - 12:02pm

Officials are posting warning signs at the Lost Dog and Fire Hole areas at Flaming Gorge Reservoir due to the presence of potentially harmful algae in the water.

Workshop aims to develop better ways to utilize stormwater

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted Sep 28th - 10:03pm

New guidelines are being developed to help change the way Utahns develop property with stormwater in mind, including along one of the Wasatch Front's key waterways.

Upper Zion Narrows no longer off-limits, park officials say

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Sep 28th - 8:47pm

Zion National Park officials on Friday said they will again issue permits to visit the upper area of the popular Narrows hike.

Using corn as bait now allowed at all Utah waters; other fishing changes announced for 2019-20

Faith Heaton Jolley, KSL.com  |  Posted Sep 28th - 12:19pm

Starting Jan. 1, anglers will now be able to use corn as fishing bait on all Utah waters, after it and several other proposed changes were approved by the Utah Wildlife Board Thursday.