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  • There are two locations in Box Elder County to see migrating swans in March

    Swans fly over some of Utah’s spacious marshes. March is the best times of the year to see the elegant birds. One place to get a good glimpse of swans is at the Salt Creek Wildlife Management Area ...

  • More warnings, advisories issued as snowstorms continue to impact Utah

    The latest alerts indicate that Utah may see its largest storm of the season to date. It's expected to produce multiple feet of snow in the mountains and impact travel. The National Weather ...

  • Third winter storm set to bring accumulating snow to Northern Utah & the Wasatch Front

    However, areas north of Ogden, including Cache Valley, will remain cold enough for snow. ‘Very dangerous avalanche conditions exist’ across Utah for President’s Day, says UAC This would create some ...

  • Officials warn of high avalanche danger after several close calls

    but more dangerous conditions exist on drifted upper and mid elevation slopes facing northwest through southeast. The warning was issued days after four people died Saturday in the deadliest avalanche ...

  • Another ‘winter blast’ with more snow for Northern Utah Friday

    Snow will develop for the Northern Wasatch and Wellsville mountain ranges during the early morning hours on Friday before it reaches Cache Valley ... impact Northern Utah late Thursday night. The ...

  • Things to do in Arches National Park

    If you only have a couple hours, drive to the Windows Section where you can check out some of the park’s largest arches, or drive to the Delicate Arch viewpoint and see Utah’s most famous arch at a ...

  • Maps of Utah

    Covering an area of 219,890 sq. km, the State of Utah is located in the west-central region (or Mountain States area) of the United States. As observed on the map, Utah is a geographically diverse ...

  • Geocaching: the ultimate treasure hunt

    At first I was skeptical that geocaching would be enjoyable, because I use my GPS regularly for work and saw the device as only a tool to get my job done rather than as something fun. However, my ...

  • Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

    From Heber City, Utah, take Highway 40 east for 45 miles to the Currant Creek Junction. Turn off the highway and travel in a northwest direction approximately 17 miles to the campground. The road from ...

  • Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

    Turn right (south) onto FR 33 and travel past Smith Morehouse Reservoir to Ledgefork. (FR33 distance ~16 miles) From Utah County (Provo): Follow US 189 (University Ave.) through Provo Canyon to Heber ...

  • Lone Peak Area Backpacking via Lake Hardy

    Trail contacts: Unita-Wasatch-Cache National Forest ... Mount Timpanogos, and Utah Lake spreads to the south. Dominated by an upper cirque, Bells Canyon descends to the north from a 10,400-foot saddle ...

  • Getting Oriented

    With two mountain ranges, Mother Nature has neatly divided northern Utah into three major sightseeing areas, each with its own attractions. Ogden and Logan are the main towns that anchor the region.

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