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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Mountain Bike Moab's White Rim Trail

This trip can be done with an outfit or independently. The outfit Escape Adventures is highly recommended. They send two guides - one drives a pickup behind with all the camping gear.

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Canyoneering the San Rafael Swell

The San Rafael Swell, is the home of many adventures! One of those adventures being canyoneering. There are many slot canyons of various skill levels that have been explored and descended.

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Take a Dip in the Meadow Hot Springs

These hot springs are located on private property but the owner allows anyone to come and take a dip. You can camp overnight and also have fires in the several pits near the pools.

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Relax in the Saratoga Hot Springs

Awesome all year round, but one of the best places to chill out during winter. The water is just hot enough to feel amazing and escape from the cold. This place is public and not supervised.

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Summit the Pfeifferhorn

Starting at the White Pine Trailhead in Little Cottonwood Canyon, UT, hike southwest until reaching the junction to Red Pine Canyon.

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Hike to Gobbler's Knob

Entering the Park from the Southwest Entrance, bear left when you approach the forking Westside Rd. This road has been closed a few miles in due to massive rockfall.

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Photographing Little Sahara Recreation Area

What I used: An old Nikon D80 that was converted into an infrared camera. The infrared camera can be used to create some unique images.

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Hike to Diamond Fork (Fifth Water) Hot Springs

When you hike out to Diamond Fork aka Fifth Water hot springs, get ready for an amazing experience! The lower fall is visible from the main pool.

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Backpacking Kings Peak

From the Henry Fork Trailhead (approx. 9400 feet elev.) the trail gains very little elevation during the first 5.5 miles with several lakes to camp by along the way.

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Hike and Climb the S. Ridge of Mt. Superior

Approach: Start by parking on the side of the road just above the Snowbird Cliff Lodge.

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Winter Hike the Pfeifferhorn

Rising to a height of 11,326 feet, the Pfeifferhorn is one of the most majestic and iconic peaks in the Wasatch Mountains, and also one of the most popular mountains to hike.

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Mountain Bike the Wasatch Crest Trail

There are two popular starting points from Guardsman Road. The lower trail climbs and the higher one trail descends, then they converge at Scott's Pass below Puke Hill.

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Canyoneering Birch Hollow

Birch Hollow is near Zion National Park, and accessible from North Fork Road (East Zion) past the Ponderosa Resort.

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Hike to White Pine Lake

Just about 5 miles (2-2.5 hrs) from the trailhead, you will find the beautiful White Pine Lake where the water is an intense blue color.

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Climbing in the Lone Peak Cirque

Lone Peak reaches 11,253 feet at its summit. It's alpine feel is unique as it stands above the busy city below. While this gem is one of the highlights in the Wasatch range, it must be earned.

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Climbing in Moe's Valley

Moe's Valley, UT is a hidden climbing paradise found in southern Utah. It's located just minutes outside of St. George, Utah.

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Backpack to Amethyst Lake

It all starts at Christmas Meadows Trailhead. This trailhead is easily accessible and quick to get to because its just a couple miles off the mirror lake highway.

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Backpack to Silver Lake

The trail is 4.1 miles roundtrip gaining almost 1,500 feet for the duration of the adventure. Some parts are exposed, so you can get a fair amount of sun.

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Hike and Scramble Mount Superior

This is an intermediate to advanced hike. Scrambling up the ridge is more difficult but can be done by anyone with patience and a few maneuvering skills.

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