Thunder and lightning storms are a common occurrence in Utah during the hot summer months. These storms leave people scrambling for cover because many fail to heed the warnings: the big dark clouds in the distance and the sound of thunder roaring through the sky.
Cotopaxi is on a unique mission to craft high-quality outdoor gear and give back to humanity at the same time. Each piece of Cotopaxi outdoor gear is tied to a humanitarian effort in one of the poorest regions of the world.
The Adams Canyon Trail is one of the most beautiful, scenic trails we have experienced in some time. This trail is the second most popular trail in Davis County and for good reasons: accessibility, beautiful scenery, shade, water, and the reward of the 40-foot Adams Waterfall for those who push on to the top.
The Yuba Reservoir zip lines are now open. Take a drive to Yuba and experience the first zip lines to be installed in a Utah State Park. Harness up and enjoy a 1500 foot ride over the desert landscape, with views of the reservoir in the distance.
With spring here and the weather warming, outdoor enthusiast see this as a time to get out and enjoy their favorite outdoor activity. Spring is a unique, unpredictable time of year in Utah; before you head to the hills, you should spend some time planning and preparing for your outdoor adventure.
As the weather warms, the snow melts; nature is reborn and provides us with a gift of color, beauty, and happiness. This video is a collection of Utah Wildflowers taken over many years. Enjoy!
The Frary Peak Trail is just one of the many trails available on the island. This trail takes you on a 3.08 mile journey providing spectacular views, and up close scenery you can only enjoy on foot.
Allot of anglers have false impressions when it comes to spring, (especially early spring) fly fishing. There's this belief that many anglers have that because it's still cold their only option is to dredge the bottom with nymphs in order to catch fish this time of year. This couldn't be further from the truth! A friend of mine and I had an amazing day on the middle Provo River yesterday "DRY FLY" fishing.
The Homestead Crater offers one of the most unique natural hot springs experiences that you will discover in Utah. Hidden beneath a natural 55 foot lime stone dome is the clear blue waters of the crater. The natural mineral waters remain a constant temperature of 90 -- 96 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Red Cliffs Recreation Area offers many hiking trails that lead you through beautiful red rock formations and desert landscapes. The Red Reef trail is a six mile long trail that leads from the Red Cliffs Recreation Area to the Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness Area.