Category: Outdoor News

Alta wants to build tram to Mount Baldy summit

Justin Lozier skis at Alta, one of the resorts included in the Mountain Collective Pass.(Photo: Jared Hargrave - UtahOutside.com)

Alta has big plans in the works, including a proposed tram that will run to the summit of Mount Baldy. According to the The Salt Lake Tribune, which posted a link to the U.S. Forest Service’s Alta Master Development Plan…

Snowbird wins Utah County approval to expand into Mary Ellen Gulch

New December snow has fallen, kicking the ski patrol into action.

Snowbird’s controversial plan to expand their ski resort boundaries into Mary Ellen Gulch got closer to reality last week, when the¬†Utah County Board of Adjustment gave approval for Snowbird to build lifts in American Fork Canyon on private property¬†owned by…

Ride free backcountry ski shuttles in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Wasatch Backcountry Alliance Shuttle Day will use 12-person Sprinter Vans in Little Cottonwood Canyon. (Photo: Wasatch Backcountry Alliance)

Transportation congestion in Little Cottonwood Canyon has reached an all-time high. Even on non-powder days, you can expect a line of cars slowly rolling up Highway 210 toward Alta and Snowbird. Even backcountry trailhead parking lots have vehicles spilling out…

Films and Trailer for 2016 Wasatch Mountain Film Festival

The 2016 Wasatch Mountain Film Festival. (Image: WMFF)

The Wasatch Mountains are a special place. Nowhere else can residents of a major metropolitan area access a range as easily as those of us living on the Wasatch Front. As a result, these mountains have a profound influence on…

Bluehouse Skis giving away entire company for free

Bluehouse Skis were made locally in Utah. Keep the tradition alive by getting the entire company for free. (Photo: Bluehouse Skis)

Ever dream of owning your own ski company? Now is your chance. Salt Lake City’s own Bluehouse Skis has closed up shop, but instead of selling the business, they want to give it away, for free, to anyone who’s willing…