Take Me Out: Hit the MLB West Coast Ballparks

For a sports fan searching for the authentic summer experience of food, beer and cheering on a team under the sun, baseball has to be the name of the game. Visit a Major League Baseball stadium on the West Coast for as little as $5 admission, and you’ll have the chance to rub elbows with […]

Fests of Winter

There’s still time in February to embrace the final weeks of winter and everything that’s good about the season. You can go outside and play while the sun is out for a few brief hours during the day, head to the hills for a day (or more) of skiing or even use the cold nights as […]

Great Scottsdale: Escape Winter for a Quick Arizona Getaway

The Wasatch Front is beautiful in the winter, but it sure can get cold. When the weather in our valley brings you to your knees, you have two choices: A. hope that global warming speeds up; or B. hop on a 70-minute flight south and find yourself in 70-degree-plus weather in Scottsdale, Ariz. [Read more]

Epic Ski Runs

Park City has long been a destination for national and international skiers. Now, locals can turn the tables and make Park City the jumping-off point for their own national and international ski trips. When Vail Resorts recently added Park City’s Canyons Resort to the Vail stable, it brought not only benefits to skiing in Utah, […]

Air Travel Tips for the Holiday Season

As the upcoming holidays come rolling along, if locals aren’t enjoying the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” they’re hopping out of town. We should consider ourselves lucky. For a city of its size, Salt Lake City is fortunate to have an international airport that is a hub for a major carrier—Delta—allowing us to get from the Wasatch Front […]

Logan: Familiar Flavors and New Sensations

When putting together a perfect meal in Logan, one of the surprises is that brands that are popular along the Wasatch Front, like Caffe Ibis coffee and Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread, actually have their home bases in the Cache Valley. [Read more]

Beyond the Castle

As we noted in a Travel Tramps article around this time last year [“Zion in Anaheim,” Oct. 11, 2012,City Weekly], the October fall break for Utah schools might as well be called Disneyland Break, since it’s traditionally a time when Beehive State residents flock to Anaheim for sunshine and rides. But even when you’re in “The […]

Rheingau For It

German vacations bring to mind images of great beer, Oktoberfest, Bavarian cuckoo clocks and BMWs speeding along the autobahn. However, there’s another side of Germany—relaxed and romantic, where you bike through vineyards, explore centuries-old castles, cruise on the river, soak naked in thermal waters and enjoy a local bottle of Riesling. This laid-back Germany is […]

Peeking at Historic Park City

“A Peek of Historic Park City” is a great getaway for the day or the weekend, and even get a discount. Every Saturday through Oct. 26, over 20 restaurants, boutiques and galleries in downtown Park City will be offering discounts and hosting special events. [Read more]

Wellness Weekend in Park City

Put your mind and body in synch for the fall with a “Wellness Weekend” in Park City. [Read more]