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Mud Season Breakaways

Ogden Biker
Ogden Biker
What to do during that murky time of year when the lifts stop turning but summer isn't going off quite yet? We have a few thoughts.

1. Ogden, Utah: Sports of All Sorts

This former bustling railroad hub 35 miles north of Salt Lake City was nearly forgotten after I-15 was built, effectively putting the kibosh on train travel. And so the town languished until the early 2000s, when youthful mayor Matthew Godfrey was elected on the promise that he would transform the town into an adventure hub.

What La Nina Means for Snowfall

What La Nina Means for Snowfall

Colder than normal water temperatures in the Pacific make 2010-2011 a La Nina winter. This is good news for many skiers looking for deep snow.

“Why do we care about La Nina, or El Nino?” In short, it’s really the only reliable clue that meteorologists have to predict temperature and precipitation patterns months and seasons in advance. Meteorologist/skier Joel Gratz weighs in.
 “Hey La Nina, what’s in it for me?”  When geek-speak goes mainstream, you know the nerds must have a hot topic on their hands. You might think that I’m talking about The Facebook Movie (“The Social Network”), where geeks write computer code over shots of Tequila. But not quite.
[ Tue, 2010-08-24 12:33 ]
Hood to Coast
A new film looks inside the minds of the people who take on this weekend’s Hood to Coast relay.

This weekend is the running of the 29th annual Hood to Coast relay. The course runs from Timberline Lodge, 6,000 feet high on the top of Mt. Hood, through Portland, to the beach in Seaside, Oregon.

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