“Being so high, there is nothing above you but the sky. At that altitude the deep azure blue of the sky in contrast to the stark white clouds is captivating,” writes Lynn Blamires.
“The sunset was remarkably pretty on the ridge as we passed the trail to the Devil’s Armchair,” writes Lynn Blamires
A wayward cougar holed up in a tree 10 feet from a Willard home on Sunday. Game officers tranquilized the animal and released it into the wilds of Summit County.
“One concern I have is people getting overly concerned or even paranoid,” said Phil Douglass, outreach manager of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Northern Region. “We don’t want to create a paranoia over wildlife, but we want people to be aware of their surroundings...
“I was on the Arapeen earlier this year on a three-day ride we called “The Iron Man.” There was no time for fishing on that ride, but this time I was with family who like to do both,” writes Lynn Blamires.
Weber State University economics professors found buyers are willing to spend a little more to be close to trails in Ogden, paying a premium between 0.4 percent to 1.9 percent for each minute less in driving time to a trailhead.
Michelle Duran knew so little about training for a marathon eight years ago that she turned to Google for guidance. Now she could likely teach a course on the subject.
While Nordic Valley and Snowbasin Resorts know when their slopes will open to skiers, Powder Mountain’s date is still to be determined.
Members of the EU4Sports Clusters Alliance Trade Mission spent several days in Junction City, meeting with its business leaders, sampling local trails and exploring whether Ogden could be a good jumping-off point to plunge into a United States market.