Utah Bucket List: Mountain wildflowers in the Cottonwood Canyons
HIking through wildflower fields in northern Utah's Little Cottonwood Canyon and Big Cottonwood Canyon in this Utah Bucket List installment. The series is a partnership between KUED and The Salt Lake Tribune. The Utah Bucket List television special airs on KUED-7, August 1st at 7pm
Alta Peruvian Lodge - Alta (Utah) - United States
Alta Peruvian Lodge hotel city: Alta (Utah) - Country: United States
Address: 10000 East Little Cottonwood Canyon Road; zip code: UT 84092
Set in Utah’s Alta Ski Area and offering beautiful views of the mountains, this lodge offers free shuttle service to Alta. It features free Wi-Fi and buffet-style meals. Lift passes and ski rentals are available at the Alta Peruvian Lodge.
-- Situé dans le domaine skiable d’alto, dans l’Utah, et offrant une superbe vue sur les montagnes, ce lodge propose une navette gratuite en direction d’Alta. Il propose une connexion Wi-Fi gratuite et des repas sous forme de buffet.
-- Este lodge se encuentra en la zona de esquí de Alta en Utah y ofrece vistas preciosas a las montañas y un servicio gratuito de traslado a Alta. Dispone de conexión Wi-Fi gratuita y comidas tipo buffet.
-- Im Skigebiet Alta in Utah bietet diese Lodge einen herrlichen Bergblick und einen kostenlosen Shuttleservice nach Alta. Freuen Sie sich auf kostenfreies WLAN und Speisen vom Buffet.
-- Situato nel comprensorio sciistico Alta, nello Utah, l'Alta Peruvian Lodge offre splendide viste sulle montagne, un servizio navetta gratuito per Alta, il WiFi gratuito e pasti a buffet.
-- Este alojamento, situado na Área de Esqui Alta de Utah, proporciona belas vistas sobre as montanhas e um serviço de transporte gratuito para Alta. Dispõe de acesso Wi-Fi gratuito e de refeições em estilo buffet.
-- 这家旅馆坐落在犹他州的阿尔塔（Alta）滑雪胜地，享有美丽的山景，提供前往阿尔塔的免费班车服务，也提供免费无线网络连接和自助式餐点。 Alta Peruvian Lodge旅馆提供电梯通行证和滑雪设备租赁服务。客人还可以设有一个游戏室、室外温水游泳池和2个按摩浴缸。 Alta Peruvian旅馆配有木质欧式风格的客房提供浴袍，提供私人客房和共用客房及浴室选项。 优雅的用餐室每天提供丰盛的自助早餐和午餐。每天早晨可预订家庭式的晚餐；葡萄酒单也可提供。
-- Комплекс Alta Peruvian Lodge расположен в горнолыжной зоне Альта, штат Юта. Из окон открывается прекрасный вид на горы. К услугам гостей бесплатный трансфер до города Альта, бесплатный Wi-Fi и питание по системе «шведский стол».
-- يقع هذا النزل في منطقة تزلج ألتا يوتا ويقدم إطلالات جميلة على الجبال ويوفر خدمة نقل مكوكية مجانية إلى ألتا. يوفر خدمة الواي فاي ووجبات على طراز البوفيه. يتوفر ممر رفع وتأجير معدات التزلج في Alta Peruvian Lodge.
-- Denne fjellhytta ligger i skistedet Alta i Utah, med vakker utsikt over fjellene, og tilbyr gratis busstransport til Alta, gratis Wi-Fi og bufféservering. Heiskort og skiutleie er tilgjengelig på Alta Peruvian Lodge.
Nature Sounds ASMR 2: Little Cottonwood Canyon River after Snowstorm, Utah, U.S.A.
Nature sounds of river flowing down the canyon. A.S.M.R. five minute video where you can take five and relax in the sounds of nature. Images of a river flowing downstream in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. No Music, just five minutes of ambiance and the snow storm deep within the woods. Some A.S.M.R. videos are long in time, one hour or more. This is only five minutes of bliss and quiet serenity that will heal your mind and soul. So take five and enjoy the sounds and images, as your mind resets and refocuses on what matters most, your inner peace. Enjoy! :))
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Mormon Granite Mountain Records Vault Part2
Understand the technologies and processes used to unlock the collections of genealogy records preserved in the Granite Mountain Records Vault. This video explains how records stored in microfilm and other formats are digitized, indexed, and published online in a searchable format, where they can be accessed by researchers around the world at
Welcome to Duchesne Utah!
Duchesne is located just west of the junction of the Strawberry and Duchesne rivers in the Uintah Basin of northeastern Utah. The Duchesne River drains the southwest slope of the Uinta Mountains, and the Strawberry river drains the eastern slopes of the Wasatch Range and is connected to Strawberry Reservoir. The two rivers combine at Duchesne, and the Duchesne River continues east to join the Green River at Ouray, Utah.
Native stands of cottonwood trees and willows grow along the river banks, while sagebrush and rabbitbrush fill the un-irrigated bench tops. Alfalfa is the main cultivated crop of farmers in the area.
Via highway, Salt Lake City is 114 miles (183 km) to the west, Vernal is 58 miles (93 km) to the east, and Price is 54 miles (87 km) to the south.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 2.5 square miles (6.5 km2), all of it land.
1905–1906 On June 7, 1905 the Secretary of the Interior directed the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to select one or more tracts of land in the Uintah Reservation suitable for townsites, so they might be reserved as such under the statutes of the United States. Three sites were designated, which are the current sites of Duchesne, Myton, and Randlett. A month later President Theodore Roosevelt approved the selections and declared these lands reserved as townsites. On August 28 the US government opened up the Uintah Basin to settlement of land they had acquired from the Ute Indians under the allotment act of 1891. Land lotteries were held in Vernal, Provo, Price, Grand Junction, Colorado, and Vernal, where each person was given a ticket with a number. On August 28 numbers 1 through 111 were allowed to make their claim. On August 29 the next 111 people could make their claim and so on. 60 people, 46 adults and 14 children settled on the townsite that is now Duchesne and called it by its first name, Elsie (Glen). Government surveyors laid out the streets, and the survey was accepted by the government on 18 October 1905. The first cabin was built by Charles Dickerson and Charles Ragland in October 1905. A.M. Murdock with the help of a few men put up a large circus tent to act as a trading post and post office. The name of the town was changed to Dora for a short time, after Murdock's 23-year-old daughter, then changed once again to Theodore, in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt. On September 15, 1905, Robert Duchesne Marsh was the first white child born in the townsite. The first winter was harsh, and the residents were living in tents or other temporary shelter. When spring came the high water of the Duchesne River overflowed its banks, flooding the town. Many of the homesteaders' dreams died after the first winter, and they sold their claims off for next to nothing. Judge M. M. Smith recalls, One man asked me to write out a relinquishment for him, remarking, 'I must either give up my claim or my wife. She won't live here.' Dikes were quickly built up but washed away, and some of the town was under 2 feet (0.61 m) of water until June. Tents and houses were moved around to avoid the flooding problem before the next spring.
The flooding continued annually until 1910 when $5,000 was finally given to make the four river cut-offs needed to fix the problem. In 1906 the first bridge was built by Wasatch County across the Duchesne River in east Theodore.
Looking for Cutthroats in Mill Creek Utah 2016
Hiking Weather in Utah // Solitude Ski Resort, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, U.S.A.
I took a walk on February 8th 2016 through the bottom part of Brighton & Solitude Ski Resorts. Majority of the walk was through Solitude Ski Resort. The sun was shining and the temperature was approximately 58 degrees F (14.4 C).
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List 8 Tourist Attractions in Kanab, Utah | Travel to United States
Here, 8 Top Tourist Attractions in Kanab, US State..
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spending the night at little cottonwood campground, Utah
#Ride360 Canyons Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah
I have skied in this canyon more time than I can count. But I love riding it as well.
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About the Canyon:
Big Cottonwood Canyon is a canyon in the Wasatch Range 12 miles (19 km) southeast of Salt Lake City in the U.S. state of Utah. The 15-mile (24 km)-long canyon provides hiking, biking, picnicking, rock-climbing, camping and fishing in the summer. Its two ski resorts, Brighton and Solitude, are popular among skiers and snowboarders. More on Wiki:
Powder Mountain Ski Vacation Rental in Salt Lake City Utah
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3 Bedroom Modern Salt Lake City Ski Vacation Rental in Cottonwood Heights at the Oaks at Wasatch town home community. Sleeps 14 great for ski trips to Alta, Snowbird, Solitude or Brighton, and summer visits to Utah to be close to Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
Little Wild Horse Canyon - Utah, United States
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Little Wild Horse Canyon Utah
Sandstone walls rise on either side of this slot canyon.
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- Little Wild Horse Canyon by Olih from a blog titled Arches, Goblins und ein Slot Canyon
Moroni's Signature Found in Western United States
Dr. Jerry L. Ainsworth talks about the route taken by Moroni during his last days through California, Nevada and Utah as evidenced by the discovery of petroglyphs that show his signature.
Rare Find in Alta, Utah
This beautiful home is nestled in one of the most spectacular spots in the country. It is located just off of the Bypass Road between Snowbird and Alta Resorts in the Town of Alta. Homes like this rarely come to market and it is unlikely that others will be built. This home was built in 1979 and has been meticulously maintained. Imagine yourself sitting in your living room snuggling in by the fireplace as the winter snow falls as only it can in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Or waking to three feet of new champagne powder at the crack of dawn and having first tracks off of the Snowbird Tram. You will never get tired of sitting in your living room and gazing at the breathtaking scenery of Autumn in full color as you look out the vaulted windows at Mount Superior. This home has everything you and your family will need with great family living spaces, two kitchens, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two family rooms, each with a cozy fireplace and a loft, and decks with views forever. The home is situated on two rare lots and has easy year around access. If you have ever dreamed of having a mountain getaway at one of the most iconic ski resorts in the world, you will not want to miss this fabulous home.
2019 Snowbird Peruvian Tunnel / Cottonwood Heritage Center to Mineral Basin
One of the coolest ways to get from Upper Chip's Run to Mineral Basin at Snowbird Ski Resort in Wasatch National Forest; Little Cottonwood Canyon; Salt Lake County, Utah; United States.
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Utah's Scenic Byway 143 is also known as the Patchwork Parkway and follows a course through the cities of Brian Head, Panguitch and Parowan and passes Cedar Breaks National Monument. This National Scenic Byway is close to Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park in southwestern Utah.
Bodycam Shows Moments After Cottonwood Heights Shooting
Police body camera footage released Wednesday shows the moments following the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old Cottonwood Heights man in May.
In the 11-minute released Wednesday, the officer rushes up to the scene of a man facedown on the ground, handcuffed. A half-dozen officers are shown recovering a gun from the waistband of Zane Anthony James, who was suspected in armed robberies of two Sandy grocery stores.
Police then rip open James' jacket, exposing a gunshot wound to his left shoulder, and begin applying tourniquets. Blood can be seen on the left knee and right thigh of his pants, indicating he also was shot in the leg.
As they render aid, several officers ask James for his name and urge him to stay with us and just breathe.
After they turn James over, he nods slightly when asked if he needs water.
One officer asks, How many shots did you fire?
Three or four, another replies.
James died of his injuries two days later.
No was recorded of the officer, who was on his way to work, firing at James after police say he fled on a dirt bike and then on foot the morning of May 29.
Cottonwood Heights Police Lt. Dan Bartlett revealed Wednesday one other officer was present at the time of the shooting. No additional information about what led up to the shooting was released.
Officers were changing shifts at the time of the early morning shooting, and just one officer arrived with a camera at the scene in the neighborhood near 6675 S. 2200 East. Cottonwood Heights police turn in their cameras at the end of their shifts in order to charge them and upload footage, he said.
I wish we could plan for everything and be able to say we had a bulletproof plan. We don't. It's unfortunate it happened at this time in the morning, Bartlett said, when asked if the department was considering changing its protocol.
Salt Lake District Attorney Sim Gill said Wednesday he had received the Salt Lake Police Department's investigation of the shooting. Gill declined to give a timeline on his review of the probe, saying he also is weighing whether to bring charges in other officer-involved shootings.
The faces of those in the were blurred prior to its release.
Bartlett said we feel it's appropriate to obscure James' face.
Officers' identities also are concealed, said Sgt. Ryan Shosted, because we want to give the district attorney the option to release the information as they deem most appropriate.
Cottonwood Heights police said James earlier that morning robbed a pair of Sandy grocery stores: Smith's Food and Drug, 2039 E. 9400 South, and then a Macey's grocery store, 7850 S. 1300 East.
Days earlier, Officers had been chasing around a dirt bike that kept fleeing from them, Bartlett said. A Cottonwood Heights police officer who was on his way to work spotted the bike and turned on his lights, but James fled, continuing running on foot after wrecking his bike on a speed bump, Bartlett said.
Sandy officers reported over radio that the bike matched a description of one driven by a suspect in the reported Sandy robberies, Bartlett said. He declined to say what led to the gunfire.
The name of the officer who shot James has not been released. He is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, Bartlett said.
Days before the shooting, two warrants were issued for James' arrest after he failed to appear in court.
Last year, he was arrested in connection with a series of armed robberies in Cottonwood Heights, but two counts of aggravated robbery were dismissed. He pleaded guilty to drug possession in March 2017, but he failed to comply with conditions of his probation and was charged in a second drug case in February.
Lake Blanche, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah in 4K
This is drone footage of my hike up to Lake Blanche on September 26th. The week before, the last week of Summer, we got a few storms that brought colder than average temperatures and snow to the Wasatch mountains. The leaves on most of the trees haven't even started turning yellow yet.
The trail to Lake Blanche is called Mill B and the trailhead is about half-way up Big Cottonwood Canyon, just before the S-curve you see in the video. The hike is somewhere between 3-3.5 miles one way. It's a pretty steep hike and took me just under two hours to get to the lake.
Video shot using DJI Mavic Pro in 4K
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The Toadstools Grand Staircase Utah
The Toadstools Grand Staircase among hoodoos in southern Utah on the Toadstools Trail, located just off Highway 89 near Page, Arizona.
A land of balanced rock formations which look like mushrooms, The Toadstools is an enchanting wilderness area accessed via an easy to moderate 1.5-mile round-trip hike.
Located in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, this precious area is a great place to play and explore. You can stretch your legs on the jaunt from Kanab to Lake Powell or stick around and try to discover the more than a dozen toadstools beyond the largest, and first, one. This hike is free, unlike many destinations in the area, and makes for fun and interesting photos.
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Weather in Emigration Canyon // Hiking in Utah // Little Mountain Summit, Utah, U.S.A. 2016
I took a hike around Emigration Canyon yesterday. This is the same canyon that Brigham Young and his followers descended into Salt Lake Valley on July 1847. One year before the Donner Party descended the same canyon on August 21st 1846.
***For those that are interested in reading the inscription on the memorial rock I added it below:
LITTLE MOUNTAIN SUMMIT
This is the last summit in the Wasatch Mountains along the pioneer trail. From this point the trail descends northwest until it reaches Emigration Creek. As William Clayton’s emigrants guide warns, “The descent is very steep all the way.”
The Donner Party passed over the summit August 21st 1846 and the Mormons on July, 1847.
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