Birding at Farmington Bay

Every winter as the ice thaws, eagles gather at Farmington Bay to feed on huge populations of carp.

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Explore Big Mountain Pass

Famous for being the route of the Mormon Pioneers who crossed this pass on their way into the Salt Lake Valley, Big Mountain Pass is also a beautiful area to take in the fall colors.

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Kayak at Little Dell Reservoir

Located just 20 minutes from the heart of Salt Lake City, Little Dell Reservoir is the perfect quick getaway for a recreational paddler or angler.

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Wildflower Hike In Albion Basin

At Albion Basin, wildflowers you will see include lupine, Indian paintbrush, American bistort, sunflowers, fireweed, and many more! Drive to the very top of Little Cottonwood Canyon and park at the .

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Hike Exit Glacier

It's hard to fathom how massive some Alaskan glaciers can be. But spend a day hiking along one and you'll start to get an idea of how much ice there is in Alaska.

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Hike Big Cottonwood Canyon's Silver Lake

This quick hike to a beautiful lake in the Wasatch Mountains is perfect for the whole family.

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Camp at Willow Lake

The trailhead to Willow Lake is about 11 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon and is on the north side of the road right after the passing lane begins.

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Rock Climbing at Dogwood

If you can avoid the crowds, Dogwood is an easy crag to get to with a lot of climbs and a legendary 5.13a sport climb. From the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, the Dogwood picnic area is 1.

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Rock Climbing in Indian Creek

Just outside the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park and 40 miles south of Moab lies one of the greatest crack climbing destinations in the world.

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Hike the Zion Subway - Bottom Up

Start your day early at the Left Fork Trailhead on Kolob Terrace Road from the town of Virgin outside Zion National Park. This 6.

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Hike to Delicate Arch

This 3 mile round-trip hike starts at the Wolfe Ranch parking lot. Follow the cairns, or the crowds, along the trail. There is a steep section of slick rock which can be slippery when wet.

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Backpack Lake Catherine and Bag Sunset Peak

Any chance to get into the backcountry of the Wasatch Mountains is worth it. Many people day hike in the area, but not very many backpack in.

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Winter Backpack to Lake Blanche & Sundial Peak

This is a popular hike all year round, but less popular in the winter. If you’re backpacking you’ll most likely be alone.

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Whitewater Kayaking the Weber River

This is a great beginner river for whitewater kayaking, with rapids from class II-III.

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Camping in Arches National Park

This popular campground houses 50 campsites. Keep in mind that since it's the only campground in Arches, it can be crowded from March through October, so get on it early.

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Hike Angels Landing, Zion NP

Angels Landing has long been one of my favorite national parks hikes.  The hike is thrilling, extremely photogenic, and appeals to those who enjoy exchanging leg power for views.

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Hike the Narrows, Zion NP

Hiking the narrows in Zion National Park is one of my favorite hikes and something I return for almost every year, I can still remember my first visit as a kid.

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Hike to False Kiva

False Kiva is an off the beaten path destination located in the “Island in the Sky” district of Canyonlands National Park, a bit outside of Moab, Utah.

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Backpack Mount Timpanogos

The Timpooneke trailhead is located in American Fork Canyon, next to the Timpooneke Campground. There is a $6 fee to enter the canyon, unless you have a National Park Pass with which you get in free.

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Kayaking on the Great Salt Lake

Launch your kayak or SUP from the marina, which is located only 20 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. You can go as long and far as you want.

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