Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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    Phased reopening: Shuttle service resumes at Zion National Park

    The shuttle provides access to trails and viewpoints in Zion Canyon along the Scenic Drive including the West Rim trail, the Emerald Pools, the Riverside Walk, and The Narrows.

    Moose: What to know about their behavior; how to avoid conflicts

    Adult moose can weigh between 800 to 1,200 pounds, and bulls can stand 6 feet tall at the shoulder.

    Federal duck stamps now on sale; purchases help support conservation

    Purchasing Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps is a great way to support conserving America’s waterfowl and wetlands

    Special bird hunting permit applications open for species that are not widely available

    The application period for these four Utah bird hunts opened Wednesday, July 1.

    Ask an Expert: 10 tips for safety in Utah’s wild country

    But outdoor recreation is also fraught with peril for those who venture into the backcountry unprepared.

    Tales of Trails: Amasa Back’s many challenges

    All you can do is respect the difficulties and accept the small falls as reminders to avoid worse outcomes.

    DWR seeks information after buck pronghorn shot, killed on Lake Mountain

    Witnesses reported the man was wearing blue jeans and a white jersey-style shirt with a number on the back at the time of the incident.

    DWR offers forecast for fishing conditions for southeastern Utah

    The DWR's goal is to keep our staff and the public safe

    Tales of Trails: The naming of Fisher Towers

    Fisher Mesa is like a peninsula in the sky, as are most of the mesas of the Colorado Plateau.

    New publication highlights natural hazards near Bullfrog, Wahweap areas of Lake Powell

    The active geologic processes that shaped this rugged landscape can create hazardous conditions for visitors, employees, and infrastructure, according to a statement from the National Park Service.

    BLM urges climbers to avoid areas in Indian Creek

    The BLM asks climbers and hikers to avoid walls commonly referenced in climbing guides and on the web as The Wall, Reservoir Wall, Cat Wall, and the multiple Meat Walls.

    Tales of Trails: Dominguez Canyon offers wilderness, hikes, history

    Visitors to the Colorado Plateau can freely travel across scenic recreational areas, sometimes wandering in and out...

    Tales of trails: Riding along the edge of town is a dream

    I didn't think I was going to like Pipe Dream when I first moved to Moab, but I was very much wrong.

    Tales of trails: Grandstaff Canyon is a hiker’s paradise

    Our latest installment in our ongoing series, "Tales of Trails," features the popular Grandstaff Canyon.

    Tales of Trails: Amasa Back’s many challenges

    All you can do is respect the difficulties and accept the small falls as reminders to avoid worse outcomes.
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