Here’s How to Hike the ‘Most Dangerous’ Trail in the U.S. Next Year

Zion National Park remains one of the most-trafficked national parks in the U.S., bringing millions of visitors every year to the Utah desert to take in the natural beauty. Angels Landing is one of the park’s most breathtaking attractions, but the trail to get to the top isn’t for the faint of heart—or for adventurers … Read more

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Travel Guide

While it may not have national park status and sees fewer visitors than its more popular southern Utah “neighbors” like Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is every bit as spectacular—plus off the charts on the solitude scale. It features a dramatic landscape of sandstone cliffs and slot canyons, picturesque washes and … Read more

Powder Mountain: Biggest U.S. Ski Resort With Smallest Crowds

Fresh tracks are guaranteed on the vast slopes of aptly-named Powder Mountain, the largest ski resort in the nation by terrain acreage. It’s no secret that Utah is powder skiing central—especially at favorite knee-deep ski areas like Snowbird, Alta, and Park City. Hiding out of the spotlight (but just an hour up the road form … Read more

Why Two States Remain Holdouts on Distracted Driving Laws

Max Herrick pulled over on the interstate near Harrisonville, Missouri, on a spring night in 2020 to offer antifreeze to a woman whose car had overheated. He had lost a grandson to an overdose just hours before, but aiding stranded motorists was second nature to the 73-year-old retired school custodian, who remembered thousands of students’ … Read more