Panguitch Lake, Utah

Panguitch Lake and Gem Theater

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Panguitch means “big fish” and Panguitch Lake is known for its exceptional fishing and some of the largest rainbow trout in Utah! Located in south central Utah, the lake features 10 miles of shoreline with residential and rental properties. This community is known as Duck Creek Village. There are several Utah attractions within the vicinity; Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand …

Spring Skiing at Snowbird

Snowbird’s Longest Ski Season in Utah

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As you probably know, one of the main reasons for moving to Utah was for the skiing. We knew that we would have ample time for skiing living near so many resorts. What I didn’t realize was that we would be skiing in May! I’m sure Keith knew this, but I just wasn’t able to comprehend it or believe it …

Guardsman Pass Skin Track

Backcountry Skiing at Guardsman Pass

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I have been looking forward to backcountry skiing since we moved to Utah almost 18 months ago. However, it took quite some time to acquire the necessary knowledge and equipment to be able to safely navigate the Wasatch backcountry. I have to say that it was definitely worth the wait! My legs were sore, my heart was beating out of …

Fairyland Hike at Bryce Canyon National Park

Fairyland Loop Hike

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We hiked the Figure 8 Combination  the day before and chose the Fairyland Loop next. The hike is 8 miles with a 1716 foot elevation gain. The park guide suggests it’s a 4-5 hour hike and rates it as strenuous. On this hike you will see the Chinese Wall, Tower Bridge and tall hoodoos. This trail is typically less crowded …

Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah

Figure 8 Combination Hike: Our First Hike in Bryce Canyon

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Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah and encompasses over 35,000 acres. It is actually not a canyon, but a giant group of natural amphitheaters. Geological features called hoodoos are what make this park so special. The hoodoos are odd-shaped pillars of rock formed by erosion. Hoodoos can be found on every continent, but Bryce Canyon has the …

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Panorama Trail at Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Our evening at Kodachrome was so impressive that Keith and I rushed back for more!  Read our previous post, Kodachrome Basin State Park, for more information. The views are beyond gorgeous and we felt like we found a real hidden gem.  Immediately we knew we wanted to explore more of this park.  Lexi was worn out from being with us the …