Category Archive For "Recreation"
Should Park City and Summit County Charge Fees For Use of Trails?
The Salt Lake Tribune is reporting that The National Forest Service is considering charging $6 per car for use of popular trailheads in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon. An annual pass would cost $45 for frequent users of the trails. Their rationale is that five to six million people use these trails every year but there …
Snyderville Basin Trail Upgrades Planned for 2016
According to the Snyderville Basin Recreation District, below are the trail updates planned for 2016.
The Question We Should Be Asking About Our Proposed Athletic Facilities
During the debate over the school bond this Fall, questions over athletic facilities kept coming up. Should we spend $10 million on a field house? Is Kearns the right place for a field house? Is Basin Rec going to build a field house at Silver Creek? Who should pay for it? Can our governmental agencies …
Salt Lake Running Company Takes Over Park City Trail Series
KSL is reporting that Salt Lake Running Company has acquired the Park City Trail Series which utilizes the trails around round valley for 4 races throughout the summer. There aren’t much details as of now about any changes. The series is capped at 500 runners and registration starts May 10th.
Saving Your Life but Killing Your Fun
My two year old son turned away from my wife, who was still in the water, and dashed for the other side of the pool. Seeing water, and not understanding the consequences, he dove in. My wife, two seconds behind him, jumped in and grabbed him. To the lifeguard’s credit, she had seen the impending disaster …