Welcome to Wall Street. No, not Wall Street in NY, Wall Street in Moab. As you are heading North out of Moab, take a right on Potash road and in a few minutes you’ll be on Wall Street. Wall Street in Moab is the name given to the cliffs there […]

Wall Street Rock Climbing Moab

I went on a trip to Havasu last April and when I got back I was really sad with the missed photo opportunities. I had taken pictures but nothing I took did any justice. When I got back I read everything I could on landscape photography, determined to never miss […]

Featured Photographer Alan Paxton

  About me: Since I was born, I’ve lived in a house in the San Fernando Valley, just north of Los Angeles. My story of getting into photography is an interesting one: My dad has had cameras all my life, so being around cameras was always interesting to me, but […]

Featured Photographer Morgan Tuohy

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I got into photography seriously about a year ago. I love it so much because it enables me to get out and enjoy the outdoors. It truly is therapy, It doesn't just stop there. Editing the photos lets my creativity run wild. I feel with photography I have no boundaries […]

Featured Photographer Loi Vo

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Arches Adventure Utah is stacked full of amazing amazing spots, Delicate Arch being one of the most recognizable destinations. Coming home from Arizona a friend of mine and I decided to stop in Moab at 2 a.m. and get a glimpse of it for the first time. Despite being well […]

Contest Entry: Austin Elder

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Zion National Park has become a special place for me and my twin sister, Lisa. We try to make time for a sister trip to Zion once a year. We love this place not only for its majestic red cliffs and beautiful views, but for the memories we’ve made and […]

Contest Entry: Kristy Carr

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The sun beats down, casting eerie shadows over an unworldly landscape. You hear voices, yet see no one. Perhaps it was just the wind, echoing off the face of a nearby eroded cliff. Now and then movement will catch your eye but you turn and see nothing. The heat pulls […]

Contest Entry: Penny Rogers

Bear Lake
Growing up, I always looked forward to summer trips to breathtaking Bear Lake. Despite the frigid water, I loved playing on the beach and camping with my family; making memories I still treasure. As a teen, I spent two summers working at a drive-in on the main thoroughfare of Garden […]

Contest Entry: Danene Dustin

If You Can Stand, You Can Fly Dive The sport of Hyrdo-Flight was invented in France a couple of years ago, but now you can try it right here at Bear Lake, Utah. BearLakeFun.com is now offering Fly Dive Hydro-Flight experiences to the general public. We are the first company […]

Hydro-Flight at Bear Lake

Owen’s Loop, or as I like to call it, “The Walking Tour of St. George” happens to be my new favorite local trail for several reasons. First reason, I didn’t know it existed until a few weeks ago. I was coming home from work across the beautiful Dixie Hill when […]

Contest Entry: James Lowe

Adulting is hard; parenting is harder. My 11 year old son would play Minecraft until the end of the world if I let him. He’d be entirely content to live in the basement, playing Minecraft while his Mom and I cook & clean, for the rest of his life. As […]

Contest Entry: Dan Boles

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: A Desert Gem If you haven’t checked out the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument yet, put it on your short list. This place is not to be missed. It’s a little more off-the-beaten-path than Utah’s “Mighty 5” national parks, but every bit as breathtaking. There are many […]

Contest Entry: Tera Grant

Crimson Trail Logan UT
I grew up outside of Utah, in a very flat place. I had never hiked in my life, and so naturally, didn’t know what I was missing out on. I would always visit Utah, but never ventured much into the mountains. I never fully appreciated them before because they were […]

Contest Entry: Halley Smith

"Big 5" National Parks 5
A couple months ago, my brother has this crazy idea of driving 12 hours to Utah to visit the “Big 5” National Parks that truly encompass the natural beauty Utah has to offer. Being from Colorado, I thought I’ve seen it all, but was I in for an incredible surprise. […]

Contest Entry: Jared Lark

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I had never visited or even been near Utah before so when I first got here the mountains and all the landscape left me speechless. I had no words for how amazing the surroundings and the environment looked. I grew up and still am growing up in a small town […]

Contest Entry: Connor Brogan

Zion National Park
I first visited Zion National Park in 2014. I honestly have no idea how to put into words the pure amazement I felt when I first started driving through the canyon. I grew up in a small town in Georgia, so something like Zion was completely out of this world […]

Contest Entry: Heather Rowland

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The magic of Dead Horse Point- my favorite place. Dead Horse Point, a park near Moab, Utah, is enchantingly, breathtakingly beautiful. It is said that Cowboys would corral the wild ponies of the desert lands onto the jutting point & as the encircling river rushed below, they would choose their […]

Contest Entry: Chelsea Donoho

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When most people think of Utah’s outdoor beauty, their mind wanders east to the Wasatch Range or south to the state’s great national parks. Most people don’t think to simply turn around and look right behind them—right in their own backyard.  If they did, they would find one of the […]

Contest Entry: Rebecca Burton

Provo River Valls
One of my favorite places to adventure is the Uinta Mountains. There are tons of trails and lakes, places to camp and hike. One of my favorites is Provo River Falls. It’s a river that has amazing waterfalls that you can play in. It’s fun to pack a lunch, towel, […]

Contest Entry: Valorie Reese