Utah

by Kim D. McHugh “Que la vie est belle,” proclaims your host. “Bon appetit!” With that, you toast the good life before devouring a French supper worthy of a five-fork rating. So you’ve taken a ski vacation to France? No, Taos, New Mexico. You are the guest of Jean Mayer,

By Everett Potter The next time you’re standing in your K2’s atop Aspen Mountain, ready to make a descent down Copper Bowl, temper the adrenalin for a minute. Instead, mentally transport yourself into the future, many months ahead, to a rafting trip down the Colorado River through Cataract Canyon. The

By David McKay Wilson Move over Moab. Park City mountain-biking has arrived. Named the world’s top mountain-biking community in 2012 by the International Mountain Biking Association, the Utah resort best known for its alpine skiing has emerged as a mecca for cyclists who like to experience the thrills of biking

  By William Triplett There’s a new hotel in Park City. Well, not entirely. The Washington School House Hotel is a 19th century schoolhouse that’s been renovated into an upscale, boutique pension that sleekly fuses the historical architecture with a decidedly cool, modern look. Only 12 rooms are on offer.

By Gerrie Summers As much as I loathe freezing temperatures and only enjoy the sight of snow from the interior of a very warm building, Stein Eriksen Lodge in Utah, is one of a short list of places that could inspire me to take a winter vacation in a cold

David Perkins at High West Distillery, Park City, UT. It might seem odd to be talking about a distillery and Utah in the same story, but that's the hook for High West Distillery in Park City, Utah. Thanks to relaxed liquor laws in this alcohol-vexed state, there is now a

Just in time for spring breakers looking for those extra thrills, The Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah is letting guests ride the groomers, those hefty snow cats that climb mountain and lay down corduroy for the next day’s guests. The "Ride with a Groomer" package costs $75 and includes