My first collaborative interview experience takes place at Plum Alley in Salt Lake City. I got to talk all things skiing and foodie over crispy pork belly buns and the best braised greens I've ever had. Guest blogger Kelley Epstein investigates.
Bone-thawing bowls of intense, steaming ramen do the trick at Salt Lake City’s Plum Alley, a hip joint for savory Southeast Asian food and lively spirits. Guest blogger Pamela Olson investigates.
I am a 21st-century home economist living my dream in Utah with an adventurous family, a neurotic but lovable dog and a battered suitcase. I am a cook, an athlete, a collector, a reader and a wannabe music critic. Guest blogger Kelly Fisher recently sat down to lunch with Ski Utah.
This Yeti is certainly not in the business of predicting future weather patterns, nor am I an expert on orographic effect, but some meteorologists are predicting above normal snowfall in Utah and Colorado's Rockies and others have thrown their hands in the air. Who's #ReadyforWinter?
The beauty of the summer is that the heat provides a marinade for an ever increasingly rich appetite for winter. As winter grows closer, 2012 ski movie trailers are found here.
Recently, the Ski Utah Yeti went social and asked you to identify your summer alias. The responses varied from commercial fisherman to hang glider pilot to wannabe rock star, however, mountain biker/cyclist won out as the most common summer alias. Good thing there's plenty of biking in Utah.
Get out and make good on the last days of spring skiing. Trust me, you won’t regret another day of spring skiing, especially when your son’s little league umpire starts testing your patience in the heat of the summer.
We are the PowderTwins and are using our 5th Grade Passports to ski all 14 resorts in Utah this season. Park City Mountain Resort is our 12th resort – we love the deep powder, exploring old mines and skiing “Adventure Runs.”
High school seniors from around the country set their sights on college destinations for next year. Consider this: Utah schools' proximity to shred is so convenient that an epic powder day in the morning won’t even require having to miss class that same afternoon.