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July 12th, 2013

Trail Running With Moose

Words by Alta athlete, Brody Leven. Fresh off Denali, I am trying to choose trail runs that are the lushest and most representative of the Wasatch that I love. Yesterday, I started at Albion Basin, went up to Catherine’s Pass, over to Sunset Pass atop Rocky Point, across Catherine’s to […]

July 2nd, 2013

Alta Archives: How Alta Saved My Ass

Normally, my trips to the grocery store do not warrant a blog post. This one was different. Food was dwindling in the refrigerator of my temporary residence in Whitefish, Montanta, so I hopped in my trusty Subaru and headed to Safeway. While I’d like to think my car is unique, […]

June 26th, 2013

As The Bullwheel Turns

While the Wildcat Lift steals the thunder for the top double chair at Alta, the Cecret Lift has been spinning like a champ since 1981, delivering new skiers to elevated beginner terrain (9,500ft) and offering a quick bump to those on their way to Supreme. This spring the Alta lift […]

June 25th, 2013

Albion Basin Road to Open July 4th

Officials from the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Town of Alta have announced that Albion Basin Road will open for the summer season on Thursday, July 4th.  The heavily visited alpine area at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon is renowned for wildflower viewing, hiking, and photography. The Town of Alta […]

June 10th, 2013

Alta Archives: Border Crossing Questions

There’s a certain formality that goes along with crossing the Canadian/United States border. You drive up. Proceed as directed. Stop at the window. Hand over your passports. Answer the questions of the border patrol agent. If you’re lucky – you get to continue on to your destination. If you’re unlucky – […]

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