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Salt Lake City Souvenirs on a Shoestring

Salt Lake City Souvenirs on a Shoestring November 30, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
If you love cheeseball souvenirs, you’re going to love Salt Lake City. Utah’s notorious polygamous past has spawned quite the selection of kitschy souvenirs and they make some hilarious stocking stuffers and holiday gifts. Give the gift of polygamy this holiday season with a six-pack of Polygamy...

Holiday Lights at Temple Square

Holiday Lights at Temple Square November 24, 2010 | Events | Read More
Every holiday season, Salt Lake City’s Temple Square lights up with the glow of hundreds of thousands of festive lights. Every branch and shrub is illuminated with hundreds of twinkling lights. Visitors can enjoy the lights every evening from the day after Thanksgiving through December 31. Visitors...

$2 Beers All November Long at Ogden’s Roosters Pub

$2 Beers All November Long at Ogden’s Roosters Pub November 19, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
November is officially “Liquid Love” month at Ogden’s Roosters Pub. All month long you can enjoy $2 pints – all beers, all day, every day. Rootbeers are $1 each all month too! Try Roosters’ Junction City Chocolate Stout, a robust stout with a hint of roasted mocha flavor...

How To Get 2011 Individual Sundance Film Festival Tickets

How To Get 2011 Individual Sundance Film Festival Tickets November 16, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
It is never too early to start thinking about Sundance Film Festival Tickets. Park City’s Sundance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the United States. If you’re heading to Park City this January and want to see more than the occasional star spotting on Park City’s Historic...

Salt Lake City Cold Turkey Thanksgiving Run

Salt Lake City Cold Turkey Thanksgiving Run November 15, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
Spending Thanksgiving in Salt Lake City this year? Why not start Thanksgiving day out with a brisk 5K run so you can feel just a little bit better about gorging yourself the rest of the day. An annual tradition for many, the Salt Lake City Cold Turkey run happens at 9am Thanksgiving morning in both Mill...

What To Do On Rainy Days in Salt Lake City

What To Do On Rainy Days in Salt Lake City November 9, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The glorious thing about Salt Lake City is that it rarely ever rains. If you visit Salt Lake in the summer or fall, you should expect nothing but sunny skies. If you visit in the winter or early spring, precipitation is welcome since it means that it is snowing up at the resorts. The odd chance that...

Where to Buy Discount Lift Tickets in Salt Lake City

Where to Buy Discount Lift Tickets in Salt Lake City November 5, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
Nobody wants to pay full price for lift tickets. You can’t find any discount lift tickets once you get to the resorts so you will have to plan ahead to find deals on tickets. You can purchase lift tickets ahead of time at sites like the Utah Avalanche Center and Liftopia or you can stop by one...

Tentative 2010 Opening Dates For the Utah Ski Resorts

Tentative 2010 Opening Dates For the Utah Ski Resorts October 27, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
It has been snowing for days in the Wasatch so I think it is about time to start talking about the opening dates for Utah’s Ski Resorts. Snowbird has received over a foot of snow in the last 48 hours with more on its way and Park City Mountain has fired up their snowmaking guns to help Mother Nature...

How to Not Look Like a Tourist on the Utah Ski Slopes

How to Not Look Like a Tourist on the Utah Ski Slopes October 26, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Nobody really wants to look like a tourist or do they? I have to admit part of the fun of skiing at the Salt Lake Ski Resorts is seeing what crazy outfits the tourists drum up – the tourists are sort of our entertainment while riding the lifts. I’m here to help you from being heckled at by the lift-riding...

Utah Haunted Houses

Utah Haunted Houses October 21, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Utah has some of the scariest haunted houses in all of the United States with both the Castle of Chaos and Nightmare on 13th featured on The Travel Channel’s scariest haunted attractions shows. American Fork’s Haunted Forest is a classic and nothing is scarier than a walk through a real forest where...
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