Dark skies: ‘Half the park is after dark’

-Deseret News

April 27, 2016

If you live in an urban area — as more than 90 percent of all Utah residents do — you may have never seen the Milky Way. That is, you may never have really seen it in all its glory

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Utah’s ‘big’ Thunder Mountain: A classic hiking, biking and equestrian trail

-KSL

April 27, 2016

In Disney’s Frontier Land, you’ll find a very popular rollercoaster called the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Touted by Disney as the “Wildest Ride in the Wilderness,” Big Thunder Mountain has been a family favorite for generations. However,

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What You’ll Find in These 12 Small Towns in Utah May Surprise You

-Only In your State

April 11, 2016

Utah’s small towns have tons to offer, and you already know about some of the most popular attractions. Everyone knows that Vernal is THE place to go for dinosaurs, for instance, but you might not be aware of one of its other interesting bits of history. Kanab is the gateway to several of our national parks, but it also has some very cool residents of the furry variety. Read on to find out the secrets of Vernal, Kanab and 10 other small towns in Utah that you should definitely visit this spring.

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Reader Stories: Unseen Bryce

-Imaging Resource

April 10, 2016

Honestly, Bryce Canyon National Park held no interest to me. My wife, Lutgart and I moved to Utah from Ramstein Germany in July of 2014. I retired from the Air Force while serving overseas and continued to serve now as a civilian employee. When we found out we were coming to Utah, it was and remains exciting.

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Historic Ruby’s Inn turns 100 this year

-The Spectrum

April 9, 2016

The National Park Service has been touting the yearlong celebrations of its centennial this year — but they are not the only ones turning 100 in 2016.

It’s a happy 100th as well for Ruby’s Inn.

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Bryce Canyon National Park offers free admission during National Park Week

-St. George News

April 7, 2016

As part of this year’s National Park Week and in honor of the National Park Service’s centennial year, Bryce Canyon National Park will offer free admission from April 16-24.

“National Park Week is a great time to visit Bryce Canyon for anyone who wants a budget friendly vacation or getaway this spring,” Falyn Owens, executive director of Garfield County’s tourism office, said. “This is especially good news for anyone who has never seen the park before and wants to see why it’s such a popular destination.”

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6 Places You Have to Fish in Utah

-Amberjack Journal

February 4, 2016

Fertile, warm-water fisheries fill lush northern valleys, eastern basins and red rock landscapes of Southern Utah. Cool streams and wild rivers descend from snowcapped mountains, feeding shimmering lakes or pausing in reservoirs where trout reach trophy proportions. Utah is a land known for sandstone icons and The Greatest Snow on Earth, yet throughout the year anglers gear up in pursuit of experiences equaled only by their passion.

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Utah state park preserves Anasazi ruins and artifacts

-Las Vegas Review Journal

September 16, 2015

The 6-acre park helps visitors learn about the early native people by following trails past ruins, wandering through a six-room replica dwelling and touring museum exhibits. The former inhabitants left behind a wealth of tools, pottery and other implements when they moved on about 800 years ago.

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Bryce Canyon named one of the six best: Awe-inspiring US national parks

-Victor Harbor Times

September 15, 2015

The high-altitude of Bryce Canyon lookouts give predictably and mesmerizing views over the inhospitable landscape, but it’s the thousands of hoodoos that grab the attention.

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France’s Geo magazine features our very own Boulder Outdoor Survival School

-Geo Magazine France

September 11, 2015

The beautiful 16 page spread titled “Only in the Far West” highlights a 1 week program with Boulder Outdoor Survival School.

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