NEW YORK’S TOP FOUR-SEASON RESORT FOR FAMILIES, COUPLES, AND GETAWAY VACATION SEEKERS YEAR ROUND. The first letters with style that I saw were written by Raid and Den on the Bangor to Belfast train line as it cut through East Belfast towards the city centre. I was probably about eight or nine, in the car going from Holywood to Rathcoole to visit my granny as we did every Saturday. I knew every bit of graffiti on the route and craned my neck around in the car to get the longest possible view. I didn’t know what it was or how to do it or even why it was there, but it was clearly the best idea ever, and I made numerous failed attempts at it before finally getting some guidance at the age of thirteen.
This beautiful park is located just five miles east of Nephi, UT in Salt Creek Canyon. Off exit 225. Go east on Highway 132 (approx. 5 miles). The resort is on the south side of the highway. At the base of the notorious Nebo Loop Scenic Byway, Big Mountain Campground shares the same breathtaking views. You will enjoy the rustic atmosphere along with many great opportunities and fun filled activities.
Still a non-believer? We have a feeling Mother Nature may be feeling a bit remorseful for last winter (if we can call it that). And maybe we are reading too far into it, but we like to think that she sent us a little sign of hope this morning with a light sprinkling of snow on the top of Blue Mountain this morning.
The storms brought in significantly cooler temperatures for the remainder of Bike to Work Week. Today featured a second round of bike pit stops in the morning and evening. Hall Bicycle helped host one on the Cedar River where it crosses 1st Avenue….which is always an interesting crossing….and Goldfinch hosted one by the NewBo City Market.
Looking for that memorable family ski vacation with with both challenging skiing & snowboarding for some and great beginner trails for others? How about a romantic weekend getaway in the Catskills for two? Come year around for adventure as well as a relaxing ski holiday in New York.