Category Archives: Outdoor News

Elections Effect Ski Decisions Too

Tuesday’s election is not just about healthcare and the economy in Utah. SkiLink and the wildly successful Outdoor Retailer Show are both in the crosshairs. OR representatives caused an uproar this summer by threatening to take their business elsewhere when the convention’s contract expires in 2014. The hubbub surrounded Utah Governor Gary Herbert’s land-use policies (but underneath the politics there […]

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50 Days and Counting. Ski Season’s Close!

Fifty days to opening day at Park City Mountain Resort and even less time to get in shape if you’re planning to ski Solitude, Brighton. Are you ready?? I mean physically ready? You know you’re saying it. Sure, we were all supposed to be training and working out all summer. But like any good procrastinator, we’ve left it for the […]

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Salomon Opens First US Flagship Store in Utah

  Salomon in Salt Lake   This Saturday get your active self down to the Grand Opening Celebration for Salomon‘s first-ever retail store in the US. The flagship debuts at the City Creek Center where you’ll be able to talk with Salomon product experts, eat a little chow, listen to music and win prizes including outdoor gear and an opportunity to […]

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Snowbird Gets a Lift ..Or Two

Little Cloud Bowl Photo courtesy Mark Kowalski. World-Renowned Snowbird Resort in Utah is getting in the game. Starting this summer, The Bird will yank out the Little Cloud chair and replace it with a high-speed quad. The Gad 2 lift will suffer the same fate in 2013. The public has spoken and resort ops finally listened so expect some major […]

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Utah’s Official Sport

We’ve got an official gun, an official dessert, an official grass, an official cooking vessel, an official vegetable, so why not an official winter sport? “I thought we already had one,” said Nathan Rafferty, president of SkiUtah during the annual Ski Utah Local Media Day. Right. It’s hard for the skiers and boarders in this state to imagine that we […]

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