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Road Biking Routes: Climb the Wasatch

Road Biking Routes: Climb the Wasatch March 31, 2012 | What's New | Read More
  Topping out at Emigration (randomduck image; www.flickr.com) Salt Lake City has a nearly perfect climate for road biking: warm, dry, and sunny… during spring, summer, and fall, anyway! It is also surrounded by some of the best canyon roads anywhere. These serve as a perfect training ground...

Temple Square: A Slideshow

Temple Square: A Slideshow March 19, 2012 | What's New | Read More

Discover Your Own History

Discover Your Own History March 7, 2012 | Culture, Free, Out of the Ordinary, Things to Do, Travel Tips, Winter Activities | Read More
HerryLawford image; www.flickr.com Salt Lake City was founded by Mormons. And though this religion often falls prey to urban legends and spooky rumors, the fact is that the Church of Jesus Christ-of Latter-day Saints offers innumerable benefits to Salt Lake city’s visitors and residents – regardless...

Two Major Museums Get Serious Facelifts

Two Major Museums Get Serious Facelifts February 23, 2012 | Culture, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
  Salt Lake Art Center becomes Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (pasa47 image; www.flickr.com) Natural History Museum of Utah keeps its name, changes locations Located on the highest, northernmost reaches of the University of Utah campus, the all-new Rio Tinto Center is now the home of the relocated...
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