Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks have resumed large group tours with safety measures intended to limit the spread of COVID-19, including wearing masks and being tested with 72 hours before the trip or showing proof of vaccination.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted May 5th - 12:17pm
After 35 years, a legendary artist in the ski and snowboard community said he's now focusing his time on depicting a different form of the outdoors. But Utah will still be on his mind during his new venture.
It may sound like a campy, made-for-cable B movie, but this is the stranger than fiction — and surprisingly hopeful — story of a forgotten American island chain and what states like Utah might learn from its turbulent history.
Federal officials said Tuesday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone who was responsible for damaging a famous petroglyph in Grand County.
Mori Kessler, St. George News | Posted Apr 19th - 10:35am
A new roadway that will help divert national park-bound traffic away from the heart of Toquerville, as well as an announcement for a planned development that will accompany the new road, were presented to residents of the small community Saturday afternoon.
Utah's all-GOP delegation and state leaders bid farewell to Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, the third day of her whirlwind tour of two controversial national monument designations, with a call for a collaborative — not unilateral — decision.
Mori Kessler, St. George News | Posted Apr 6th - 10:44am
The creation of a public transit route between St. George and the doorstep of Zion National Park continues to move forward with the recent approval of agreements between the city, Washington County and the state.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 2nd - 7:31pm
Workers on a project by the Jordan River in recent months unearthed the point where water from three Salt Lake Valley creeks merge with the Jordan River, and a new Salt Lake City park is expected to be finished later this spring.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Mar 31st - 7:33pm
Utah's top political leaders and representatives of several outdoors organizations in the state say they support a bill that would facilitate a federal-local land swap in order to extend the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.