Tony Gill

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Wanted: Stairway to Powder Heaven

What’s the most dangerous animal in Utah? The red snake of death. The beast—formed of illuminated taillights writhing in seeming perpetuity on State Route 210 in Little Cottonwood Canyon (LCC) amid full-on...

Utah Ski Resorts Announce Improvements for 2021-22

The winter season is fast approaching, and resorts throughout Utah are busy announcing all the things they’ve improved to make skier experiences better and their snow even more Greatest-er on Earth. The...

Dine About Returns This Fall With the Best of Park City Cuisine

Park City’s dining scene is rapidly evolving as new chefs bring unique viewpoints and influences to town. It’s an exciting time to eat in the mountains, and the Park Area Restaurant Association...

Leaf Peeping Adventures Near Salt Lake City

Do you feel that? The morning air carries just a hint of chill, and the crisp sunset temperatures last night had your reaching for a flannel out of necessity, not vanity. Fall...

Hideout Goes on Forever

The battle over Hideout’s annexation of Summit County open space in Richardson Flat still awaits resolution. It began way back in March 2020 when the Utah Legislature passed a short-lived law, H.B....

Road Trip: Montana

The fanny pack felt a little silly when I strapped it around my waist. The manufacturer calls it a “trail runner neoprene bear spray holster,” but we all know it’s a fanny...

Park City Weighs Fire Reduction Measures Including Controlled Burns in Old Town

As plumes of smoke rose above Park City in August, residents and visitors received a stern reminder of the ever-present wildfire danger the town faces. The skies ominously darkened in the early...

Park City Song Summit Is Not Just Another Festival

After this story was published in our print issue and online, Park City Song Summit organizers announced that the festival will be cancelled in 2021. Read the update here. What Is the Park...

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