What would locals like others know about Utah? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:
What caused the mighty return to ‘the Mighty 5’ national parks? – KSL
Stunning Instagram Hotspot Is Really a Drainage Ditch – Daily Beast
Rep. Chris Stewart reintroduces bill to create a controversial sixth Utah national park
Utah Wanted All the Tourists. Then It Got Them. @sundeenmark
Mighty 5 campaign brought an extra half-million visitors to parks; now Utah wants to steer them to other places
A southern Utah county that fought monument designations is now eager to make money off them
2017 Greyhound Gathering celebrates ‘Greyt’ and unconditional love
Utah Fights for its National Monuments
Op-ed: Time for Outdoor Retailers to leave Utah and its anti-recreation politics
Conservation groups slam Utah Public Lands Initiative
Pressure building to take down Utah’s ‘Zion Curtain’ liquor law
How Utah benefits from the national parks it neglects
Utah’s Red Cliffs area a wonderland for outdoors enthusiasts
SUWA Statement on the Designation of Bears Ears National Monument
Behind the Beehive
utah.edu – Wikipedia – https://twitter.com/UUtah
Nestled between the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and Salt Lake City, the University of Utah excels at research, innovation & student success.
Spotlight on Kanab
Peekaboo Oven-fired pizza
peekabookitchen.com – https://www.facebook.com/peekabookitchen
Timpanogos Cave National Monument sits high in the Wasatch Mountains.
Arches National Park preserves over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, like the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as many other unusual rock formations. In some areas, the forces of nature have exposed millions of years of geologic history. The extraordinary features of the park create a landscape of contrasting colors, landforms and textures that is unlike any other in the world.
Challenges Facing Paradise – Tourism Leaders Shed Light on Issues & Questions Surrounding Moab, Utah
Moab Rock Climbers Facebook group
Navajo Mountain (Naatsis’áán – Head of the Earth)
Navajo Nation does not permit ascents of Navajo Mountain. Be aware of this and realize that to attempt to climb this mountain is in their view, trespassing.
Pliking 27 Challenge – One more reason to visit Utah!
ogdencity.com – @ogdencityutah – Facebook
standard.net – Facebook – YouTube – @standardex
Ogden Pliking Club tapping pent-up energy to keep the city’s trails clean
Your Town, Your Stories: Odessa Bush-Burton – @timvandenac