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A Film-Lovers Paradise: Filming in Utah
I spent much of my youth in movie theatres, including the old Blue Mouse in downtown Salt Lake City. During high school and college, I discovered the Sundance Film Festival…
Follow a Germany-based film enthusiast on her road trip to some of Utah’s most iconic silver screen backdrops.
There is a hidden underground cave about an hour outside of Salt Lake City in Heber Valley. One of Utah’s most unique destinations, The Homestead Crater is a geothermal hot springs that lives inside a 55-foot dome of limestone rock. The temperatures here sit at a balmy 90-96 degrees year-round. The springs’ size — 65 feet deep and 400 feet wide at the base — and warm temps make The Crater a bastion of activities in addition to the traditional hot springs soak.
Experience some of Salt Lake’s best with theses hike and dine pairings. With incredible restaurants and wilderness opportunities being close in proximity, it’s more than possible to hike and dine in the same day.
I spent much of my youth in movie theatres, including the old Blue Mouse in downtown Salt Lake City. During high school and college, I discovered the Sundance Film Festival and loved seeing short films, documentaries and international films that had previously not...