100 Things to Do in Salt Lake City Before You Die by Jeremy Pugh

100 Things to Do in Salt Lake City Before You Die

byJeremy Pugh

Kobo ebook | April 18, 2016

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Salt Lake City is a surprising city. Known traditionally as the world headquarters of the Church of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons) the city contradicts its straight-laced reputation. A clean, walkable, bike-able city, with a progressive city government, it attracts talented and creative people from all over the world, who see Salt Lake City as a blank canvas. Art, music and creativity are flourishing at the base of a vast outdoor playground, where all—Mormons, gentiles, sinners and Saints—mingle and mix to make a truly unique place in the West and the world. There is so much to see and do in this four-season destination. Rich in frontier history and bordered by the stunning Wasatch Range, Salt Lake City is a destination for the curious and active traveler. Come see Historic Temple Square, ski, snowboard or hike and bike in our mountains. You can even SCUBA dive at 8,000-feet above sea level. Let this book be your guide to the best that Salt Lake and Utah has to offer.

Jeremy Pugh is a writer living in Salt Lake City who, in one way or another, has been writing about culture, history and the outdoors in Salt Lake City for more than a decade. Formerly the editor of Salt Lake magazine, Pugh is a freelancer and consultant writing for SKI, Sunset and Salt Lake magazines. A lifelong Utahn, Jeremy travels widely but always loves returning home to the mountains where he bikes, hikes and skis as much as is humanly possible. He invites you to share your SLC experiences on Twitter at @100ThingsSLC.

Title:100 Things to Do in Salt Lake City Before You DieFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 18, 2016Publisher:Reedy Press, LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051680980

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