If you need any inspiration to visit national parks this summer, take a look at these winning photographs in the 2015 Share the Experience contest sponsored in part by the National Park Foundation. Many feature public lands in the West, making them a close-to-home destination. First prize and $10,000 went to Yang Lu of El […]
Think of it as the prologue to the next season of the Moab Music Festival, the 2016 Winterlude Concert at 7pm on Friday, March 4 at Star Hall, featuring internationally renowned violinists Hasse Borup, Kasia Sokol-Borup and the University of Utah Michie graduate string quartet, alongside Festival Music Director Michael Barrett on piano and Artistic […]
By FELICIA FONSECA The Associated Press As the National Park Service approaches its 2016 centennial, total number of visitors is on track to hit 300 million this year. For the second year in a row, all five of Utah’s national parks set visitation records — and are now bracing for what could be an even […]
Time to visit your local state parks, especially in Utah! They even offer prizes you can take home.
As Summer moves into autumn this month, (September 23), a few types of butterflies migrate, but most are permanent residents. Interestingly enough, they don’t go anywhere. When you don’t see adult butterflies on the wing, it just means they’re going through another life stage: egg, larva (caterpillar) and pupa. Butterfly eggs are pinhead-sized and hard […]
Treasure is the stuff of legends, and hunts for treasure are the stuff of adventure and discovery. In Pagosa Springs Country, there is the legend of Treasure Mountain—millions in gold were supposedly buried by 300 Frenchmen under the rocks of the San Juan Mountains. Only one man allegedly made it back to France, with a […]