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This Caught My Eye

by Utah Author August 25 2008 0 Comments

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While I was glancing through my emails this fine Monday morning, drinking the strongest cup of coffee and expresso ever (thanks Millcreek Coffee) I found this from Powder Mountain: POWDERZILLA.  Here's the email:

 Powderzilla


Powder Mountain mechanics, Roger Arave and Evan Miller, designed and built the off-road vehicle so that it could climb the steep and rocky terrain that serves as ski slopes during the winter months.  42 inch tires, a full roll cage and a canvas top in case of inclement weather provide a comfortable and safe excursion for guests.  Incredible views, conquering steep slopes, and seeing wildlife in their native habitat create a memorable experience.


The guided tours will take guests to spectacular sites with amazing views over the 10,000+ acres within the resort that would otherwise be inaccessible to the public by vehicle.  It is a great excursion to check out fall colors in the WasatchMountains.  Each three-hour tour will be custom tailored to meet the desires of the individual guests and to take advantage of the changing scenery, wildlife, and weather.  Typical areas to be explored include Lightning Ridge, CobabeCanyon and Three Mile Trail to HiddenLake.   The overlook into OgdenValley from the south end of the property includes all of OgdenValley, the Great Salt Lake, Uintah Mountains, Wyoming, Idaho and Nevada

Reservations are required and can be made by calling Wolf Creek Adventures at 801-745-2000 or emailing adventures@wolfcreekutah.com

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