Discover brooding mountains, dense forests, and the "greatest snow on earth," just beyond the city limits. Inside Moon Salt Lake, Park City & the Wasatch Range you'll find:
Flexible itineraries, from weekends in Salt Lake or Park City to day trips to nearby ski resorts and state parks
Strategic advice for outdoors lovers, families, craft beer enthusiasts, festival-goers, and more
Outdoor adventures: Ski the legendary powder at one of Cottonwood Canyons' four resorts, kayak the otherworldly Great Salt Lake, and venture into the vast Uinta Mountains and picnic by a high alpine lake. Climb to the top of Mount Timpanogos for sweeping views, test your nerve on a steep rock-climbing route in Little Cottonwood Canyon, or marvel at the fall color in Wasatch Mountain State Park
Must-see highlights and unique experiences: Immerse yourself the Wild West-meets-Hollywood vibe of Sundance, uncover Mormon history at Temple Square, stroll Ogden's historic main street, and kick back with a craft beer at one of Utah's many emerging breweries
Honest advice from Park City local Maya Silver on when to go, where to eat, and where to stay
Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout
Focused coverage of Salt Lake City, Park City, Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, Ogden, the Great Salt Lake Desert, the Wasatch Back, Oakley, Kamas, and the Uintas
Thorough background on the culture, weather, wildlife, and history
Find your adventure with Moon Salt Lake, Park City & the Wasatch Range. Looking for coverage of the whole state? Try Moon Utah. Exploring nearby? Pick up Moon Zion & Bryce.
About the Author
Maya Silver is a Utah-based writer who covers food, drink, and the environment. She has written for NPR, Earth Island Journal, Food52, and many other publications and co-authored My Parent Has Cancer and It Really Sucks, a book for teens. A jack of all outdoor trades, she likes to downhill ski, cross country ski, rock and ice climb, mountain and road bike, hike, and trail run, among other things. Most of all, she enjoys continuing to discover more about her home: another trail in the Uintas, a new climbing crag, and that zebra that lives off Highway 40 in Park City (yes, a zebra). Maya currently teaches in the graduate writing program at the University of Utah.