You’ve skied the bowls of Mineral Basin, taken face shots in Gad Valley and raced from the top of the Tram, but have you ever ventured into Snowbird’s untouched backcountry terrain? Up the ante on your skication with a backcountry tour, snowcat or heli-ski experience—all beginning at the base of The Bird.
For more than nine years, United By Blue's been bringing sustainably built goods to the city while driving positive change in an industry hardly known as environmentally friendly.
Whether you love music or movies, hot air balloons or fine wine, the mountain town of Park City, Utah, offers the perfect festival to fit your interests. Here’s a preview of the year in Park City festivals, from the internationally known Sundance Film Festival to lesser-known local celebrations like Miners’ Day.
When flying in or out of Salt Lake City lately, you’ll see rerouted roads and a massive new building rising around you. Under construction since 2014, the new Salt Lake City International Airport has finally reached its cruising altitude and is coming in for a landing on September 15, 2020.
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Philadelphia may be America’s sixth biggest city, but from cheesesteak-slinging South Philly to the hipster haven of Fishtown, its vibrant, diverse neighborhoods give every area a distinct feel and charm. Use this guide to navigate the City of Brotherly Love’s vast network of neighborhoods and find the iconic sights that make each worth a visit.
The stunning glacial landscapes of Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region beckon outdoor adventurers who love exploring the vast rocky terrain, swimming in alpine lakes and bagging peaks. Ale aficionados who like to chase their hikes with a cold beer will find plenty of breweries, too, thanks to Maine’s booming craft beer scene.
If you love mountain biking, fat biking might be your new favorite winter sport. Using bikes with huge, grippy tires, riders take to trails typically used by snowshoers and Nordic skiers. Throughout Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region you’ll find ideal fat biking trails that traverse through forests, snow-covered hills, and quiet lakes and streams.
If you love to bag peaks, you’re going to be thrilled when you visit Maine’s Lakes and Mountains. Boasting the state’s highest concentration of mountain peaks over 4,000 feet, baggers come here to summit as many as possible. Whether you’re looking for an easier summit to check off your list or a challenging, grueling climb, you’ll find it in one these 10 high-peak hikes in western Maine.