Recreation

A new century with carnivores
A new century with carnivores
Learning to see predators as companions, not competition.
When is lightning likely?
When is lightning likely?
The National Weather Service’s new lightning potential index.
Want a trophy buck? Ditch the camo and get a guide
Want a trophy buck? Ditch the camo and get a guide
Study looks at successful types of big game hunters
How Outward Bound lost, and found, itself
How Outward Bound lost, and found, itself
The original outdoor education school came close to falling apart after consolidating into a single national school. Now, its newly separate branches are thriving and redefining themselves.
Target shooting on public lands: still an issue
The poorly regulated practice needs some attention
Recreation calls the shots in Moab
Recreation calls the shots in Moab
Making Moab a tourist destination has environmental impacts, often ignored.
Monumental opposition to a monumental proposal?
Outdoor industries rile Utah’s conservative pols with call to protect land around Canyonlands National Park
Utah's SkiLink closes off public land
Utah's SkiLink closes off public land
A growing coalition hopes to halt a proposed gondola over public land between two ski resorts.
Taking it to extremes: A review of Salt to Summit
Taking it to extremes: A review of Salt to Summit
Daniel Arnold chronicles a vagabond trip from Death Valley to Mount Whitney.
Computerized canyon
Grand Canyon soon to be in digital format
Legend of the gray-headed hunter
Legend of the gray-headed hunter
A 60-year-old Oregonian goes deer hunting for the first time
The violent story of our first national park: A review of Empire of Shadows
The violent story of our first national park: A review of Empire of Shadows
George Black's book details the violent history surrounding Yellowstone National Park.
Shoot it yourself
Shoot it yourself
A primer on hunting for food, not for sport.