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  • Nevada

    Hiking to Turtlehead Peak, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

    Turtlehead Peak (6, 323 ft) is located in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, and one of the most popular hikes in the park. To reach the trailhead (TH) you must have a timed entry reservation for Red Rocks (get that here), and start hiking early to beat to people all the people and weather. Turtlehead Peak offers amazing views of the entire area, and on a clear day you can even see the Las Vegas Strip!

  • Idaho

    Lodging at the Yur-Treat in Idaho + Backcountry Skiing!

    Idaho's Yur-Treat is located just outside Victor, Idaho on the west side of the Tetons. It's about about 4.5 hours from Salt Lake City and tucked into a small grove of Aspen trees. This tiny 16 foot diameter yurt is great for several reasons. 1) It's dog friendly! A max of 2 dogs are allowed 2) very affordable for a private yurt 3) only 15 minutes away from town 4) amazing access to backcountry skiing and other winter activities (Grand Targhee is about 40 minutes away) 5) no hiking is involved to reach the yurt, only about 150 yards of a walk and 6) you can reserve this yurt on Air B&B year-round so there's no permit or lottery to get it.

  • What to Wear

    4 Must Hike Items for Winter Hiking, Essential Winter Hiking Gear

    Have you ever wanted to hike in the winter but thought, "It's too cold" or "I don't have the gear", or "It's too snowy - let's go next weekend"? Stop making excuses! As long as your have these FOUR "must have" items for winter hiking, you'll stay warm and dry, all while enjoying the beauty of Winter!

  • Dog Friendly Lists

    How to Get your Dog Ready for Their First Backpacking Trip!

    Here's how to Get your dog ready for their first backpacking trip! Backpacking is one of my absolute favorite activities to do in Summer, especially since Utah has some amazing backcountry. But what really makes is great is that Charlie gets to comes along, and having him there just makes it so fun, I get a snuggle buddy, I feel like I have a protector, and I love that we get to explore new terrain together. Backpacking with dogs is awesome and whether you've been backpacking for years and just got a new dog, or maybe you've been a team for awhile and want to start together here are my tips to get going!

  • Central Utah

    Utah's Ultimate Hot Springs Guide
    Utah's Ultimate Hot Springs Guide is here - everything you need to know in one spot! Winter is my favorite time to visit these locations listed, and you'll feel so relaxed after!


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