For this afternoon’s adventure you’ll strap on a life jacket and hop in a tandem kayak. Together you’ll float the mild rapids and paddle your way down the Provo River. Known as one of the iconic fly fishing rivers in the west, the Provo in the Fall is spectacular!
Kayaking the Provo River is a refreshing and rejuvenating way to take in Provo canyon and float above what is considered to be some of the best trout fishing in Utah.
Sundance isn’t one of the largest resorts in the country, but it is certainly one of the most memorable. In its Readers’ Choice Awards, the worlds best traveled readers weighed in, in record numbers (600,000) on Conde Nast Traveler and named Sundance Mountain Resort as the “#1 Ski Resort in the U.S. and Canada.”
A well-kept secret with 450 acres of skiable terrain, Sundance is free of crowds and has something for everyone—easy beginner runs, cruiser groomers, and steep, technical runs—bumps and no bumps. And, for those who love to hunt for those hidden staches on deep days, Sundance has plenty of Utah’s coveted dry, untracked powder.