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Seven Peaks Provo future remains uncertain as owners file for bankruptcy

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted   Apr 25th - 6:03pm

The company that owns the Seven Peaks Provo Water Park has filed for bankruptcy.

Review: Outdoor products that cost less than $35

Grant Olsen, Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 25th - 3:33pm

The simplest, most effective products are often the least expensive. Here’s a look at several outdoor products that all cost less than most monthly internet bills.

Tooele County to begin charging toll for use of Middle Canyon

Jed Boal, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 24th - 10:27pm

When bikers, hikers, and campers head into Middle Canyon in Tooele County this summer, they’ll be charged a fee for the first time.

Group appeals to United Nations on 'human rights' violations at Bears Ears

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted   Apr 24th - 7:00pm

Utah Dine Bikeyah leaders say grave robbing and looting of cultural artifacts at Bears Ears National Monument are human rights violations, and the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues should intervene and stop ongoing management plans.

4 traditions that will make your family campout a standout

Olivia Meikle, Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 24th - 1:59pm

Even for experienced campers, taking kids camping can be overwhelming. But by slowing the pace of your next trip and adding a few new traditions to the mix, your next family campout can be a standout.

9 waterfalls you should see this spring in southcentral Idaho

Heather Kennison, Times-news  |  Posted   Apr 24th - 11:57am

Melissa Barry knows that waterfalls are an easy sell when it comes to attracting tourists.

Growing lumberjack sport of axe throwing is sticking in Utah

Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 22nd - 9:02am

It’s starting to stick in Utah. Four clubs along the Wasatch Front now help folks unwind by letting them throw axes.

Utah law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty remembered during trail ride

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:16pm

The Utah Peace Officer Association held its annual trail ride Saturday on the Fallen Peace Officers Trail near Moab.

Rainbow Bridge becomes world’s 4th international dark sky sanctuary

Faith Heaton Jolley,  |  Posted   Apr 20th - 3:22pm

Utah’s dark starry skies have once again received recognition after Rainbow Bridge National Monument was recently named an international dark sky sanctuary— making it only the fourth designation in the world.

Timpanogos Cave opens for the season May 19  |  Posted   Apr 19th - 12:49pm

Timpanogos Cave National Monument will begin daily tours Saturday, May 19, and continue through Monday, Sept. 3.

The 5 most unusual fish stocked in Utah Lake

Spencer Durrant, Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 19th - 12:15pm

Utah Lake is known for its massive carp population, but it hasn't always been home to those bottom-feeding fish. Over the years, some very unique fish have been stocked in the lake.

Hurricane man runs 100 miles aboard a cruise ship

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 18th - 2:02pm

Cory Reese, of Hurricane, is no stranger to trekking 100 miles. From road races to solo runs on the trail to high school track, Reese has covered just about every surface. So why not try running on water —with a little help from a cruise ship.

Report: Utahns spent $7.38B in 1 year on outdoor recreation

Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL  |  Posted   Apr 17th - 12:43pm

A new report by the Outdoor Industry Association details residential spending on outdoor recreation in the nation's 435 congressional districts for the first time, including Utah's four congressional districts. Utah has 110,000 jobs in that arena.

Pizza al fresco: Domino's will deliver to beaches, parks

Joseph Pisani, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 16th - 3:50pm

Domino's, which has been bringing pizzas to doorsteps for more than half a century, will now deliver to the great outdoors.

National parks vs monuments: What’s the difference?

Connor Richards,  |  Posted   Apr 16th - 3:45pm

With a proposal to shift Grand Staircase Escalate National Monument to a national park, here is everything you need to know about the differences between the two.

Popular national parks to raise fees to $35, not $70

Matthew Daly, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 12th - 4:54pm

The Interior Department is increasing fees at the most popular national parks to $35 per vehicle, backing down from an earlier plan that would have forced visitors to pay $70 per vehicle to visit the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and other iconic parks.

Public comment period nears end for Utah national monuments

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 10th - 9:10pm

The public comment period is drawing to a close as the Bureau of Land Management will move to create new management plans for the reduced national monuments in southern Utah.

Part of Kolob Canyons to close for 7 months due to construction  |  Posted   Apr 10th - 2:54pm

Parts of the Kolob Canyon District of Zion National Park will be closed for seven months beginning May 1 due to a construction project, officials said.

Video: Epic crashes at 22nd annual Pond Skimming contest

Grant Olsen, Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 8th - 9:42pm

What happens when you put a 100-foot pond at the bottom of a ski hill? Check out this wild video to see for yourself.

Moab business owner could lose hunting privileges after poaching case, DWR says

Carter Williams,  |  Posted   Apr 6th - 7:33pm

The owner of La Sal Mountain Outfitters who recently pleaded guilty to felony wanton destruction of protected wildlife in connection with a 2016 case may also lose his hunting privileges for his role in poaching a cow elk, wildlife officials said.