Zion may be one of America’s smaller national parks, but it always ranks as one of the most popular. Suffice to say, it’s a park with a lot of layers. That starts with its iconic rock formations, geologic strata that consists mostly of Mesozoic-aged sedimentation dating back 150 million years.
Nitro’s Griffin Siebert sifted through some POV footage from time spent in his backyard last winter for this collection of clips entitled Backyard Boogie. A powder-filled short film from the great Wasatch range that will put a smile on your face once the majority of the jealousy subsides. The Best
On Sunday, a 45-year-old Salt Lake City man was caught and killed by an avalanche that he unintentionally triggered while snowboarding in the Utah backcountry adjacent to Park City Mountain Resort. According to the Utah Avalanche Center, he had the left the Canyons Village side of Park City Mountain Resort