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From the mountains of New Mexico to the national parks of Utah, here’s where to go to take advantage of what is arguably the Southwest’s best season One Last Run Thanks to a few good spring storms, Taos Ski Valley has extended their season through April 9, and with a brand new lift…(Read More)

Peter O’Dowd saddles up at a luxury ranch where riding, shooting and fishing meet friendly competition Out here, in Utah’s eastern Summit County, my old boots hook into the stirrups just like they’re supposed to. I’m on the back of a stubborn golden mare called Oakley. Jeff rides Pobre. And David…(Read More)

From the rivers of Colorado to the red rocks of Utah and Arizona, you don’t have to travel far to feel like you’re getting away from it all. Here are four epic trips to take this summer Drop a Line at the Broadmoor Fishing Camp Colorado Springs, Colorado Just beyond the mountains west…(Read More)

What could be better than spectacular scenery paired with delicious food? Jen Murphy takes a luxe cycling tour through southern Utah’s national parks on an epic culinary adventure I wish I could fall in love with the all-American road trip. But hours in a car make me fidgety. My aversion to sedentary sightseeing…(Read More)

The Life Aquatic

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Forget the coast — this summer, venture to the middle of the desert for a week on board a yacht With more than 2,000 miles of shoreline, Lake Powell has long been one of the Southwest’s most popular getaways. Sapphire blue water combined with towering red sandstone cliffs and buttes make for an otherworldly…(Read More)

In Deep

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Struck by the spirit of adventure, Cameron Martindell plunges into the Black Hole of Utah’s wet and wild White Canyon  Photos by Cameron Martindell Spontaneous adventures, ironically, take time. It’s only after years of adventuring — rock climbing, search and rescue work, surfing, kayaking — that I find myself with the skill sets and gear…(Read More)

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon serves up awe-inspiring views and perfect photo ops  By Katie Self Teetering on the border of Utah and Arizona, the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons are one of those destinations you have to see to believe. Between the golden hues, the smooth rock formations and the streams of light that work their…(Read More)

From scoring tickets to celeb spotting, our local expert shares the best ways to enjoy the film world’s premier indie festival By David Proffitt I hear about film festivals all the time. How is Sundance different? Sundance, which runs Jan. 19–29, is the standard-bearer of American independent cinema. It’s fresher and…(Read More)