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1999 Ski Centurion Elite Bowrider 21 foot Ski Boat

Sheryl McGlochlin - Wednesday, May 03, 2017

1999 Ski Centurion Elite Bowrider 21 foot Ski Boat


New Blue Tooth Stereo Deck
Many Improvements include:  
Stereo Wiring Redone
12" Subwoofer
New throttle cable
New steering cable
Inboard motor
LED Light Bar
Battery Switch

2016 Live and Thrive Membership, Mission, Goals, Values

Sheryl McGlochlin - Monday, March 14, 2016

Live and Thrive

Sheryl McGlochlin

Creating many opportunities

 to be active outdoors,

develop new friendships,

to work, play and learn

through outdoor adventures

and our community gardens

Community Gardens

  • Created for working garden members to work often, gain valuable, hands-on experience, skills, and knowledge
  • Members receive all of the fruits of their labors
  • Established August 2007
  • 9 years of delicious, freshly-picked garden harvest, work, classes, workshops, new friends, etc.
  • Assortment of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers are grown
  • Membership open year round
  • Work and schedule is flexible
  • The more one works in the gardens, the more one learns, the more harvest one receives

Holladay A Garden, 2836 East Casto Lane 5060 South

  • 1200 sq. ft. high tunnel cold frame Greenhouse
  • Micro irrigation system
  • Additional outdoor gardens
  • Year round indoor garden

Holladay B Garden, 2225 East Fardown (6100 South)

  • Open March - November

South Jordan Garden, 11131 South 2865 West

  • Largest garden 
  • Open April - November

West Jordan Garden, 2881 West 7180 South

  • Open April - November
  • Irrigation system

Outdoor Adventures

  • Created to help members be active outdoors by learning, practicing and enjoying a variety of sports and skills
  • Members make up a wide range of ability and skill
  • Members develop self reliance skills, new friendships, stronger bodies and minds
  • Established June 2003
  • 13 years of outdoor recreation, activities, classes, adventures, trips, etc.
  • Membership open year round
  • 400+ outings and events offered each year
  • The more outings one attends, the stronger and more confident one becomes.

Adventures, classes, workshops, & outings include: 

  • hiking
  • biking
  • downhill skiing
  • camping
  • snowshoeing
  • kayaking
  • stand up paddle surfing
  • snorkeling
  • surfing
  • canyoneering
  • scuba diving
  • zipfy sledding
  • zip lining
  • photography
  • boating
  • wake boarding
  • water skiing
  • wake surfing
  • night walks
  • night hikes
  • swimming
  • Dutch oven cooking
  • gardening
  • emergency preparedness skills


Hands-on garden experience

  • Weekly opportunities to work
  • How to step by step ways to do this at home
  • How to start small
  • Creating and finding containers
  • Working with raised beds
  • Discovering creative garden tips
  • Learning simple soil tests to try at home
  • How to amend the soil
  • Easy backyard composting
  • Mulch & manure
  • Learning what grows in each season
  • Growing from seed
  • Transplanting & hardening off
  • Buying starts
  • Finding, saving and storing seeds
  • Learning how to layout a summer, spring and fall garden
  • Easy year round planting tips

Outdoor Activities

  • Helping members to be active and stay healthy.
  • Opportunities to attend hundreds of outings each year. 
  • Events, outings, classes, and activities organized 52 weeks of the year.
  • Many opportunities and invitations to meet others and develop new relationships. 
  • Outings designed for easy to moderate skill levels.
  • Flexible and accommodating for a wide range of ability and age. 

Garden Treats

Treats may include smoothies, salads, desserts, snacks, main dishes, etc. 

Offered to members regularly as a token of our appreciation.

Members receive recipes, ideas and tips on how to use the harvest

Barter/Trade/Sell Services

  • Participating members write a list of their wishes, wants, desires, needs, etc.
  • Members are asked to share information regarding their talents, skills, education, background, expertise, knowledge, resources, and interests to help us get better acquainted and make connections with others.

Classes, Workshops, Demonstrations

  • Hands-on experience, work sessions, fairs, outings, events, etc. are just some ways members are able to learn and explore new sports or skills.
  • Attend often.  Learn a lot. 
  • Online calendars are updated often.

Urban Homesteading

  • Become more self reliant, self sufficient
  • Learn the 3 R’s of Sustainability:  Reduce, reuse, recycle
  • Raising chickens
  • Bee Keeping
  • Cheese making 
  • Much more….

Preservation Skills

  • Learn critical skills on preserving the harvest
  • Skills of canning, juicing, freezing, drying are taught

Self reliance skills

  • Learn how to be better prepared emotionally, financially, socially, physically, spiritually and mentally for upcoming challenges, trials, emergencies, hardships

Emergency preparedness skills

• Emergency Preparedness Quiz - How prepared are you?

• Organizing Financial Matters & Important Documents

• Preparing Financial Reserves

• Basic Rule of 3’s: 4 THREE’S to remember when planning for any kind of emergency

• Emergency Water:  Home Storage and Emergency Disinfection

• Finding Shelter. Being Storm Safe: Safe Havens in Heat Wave, Thunderstorm/Lightning, Hurricane, Tornado, Winter Storm

• Leaving or staying put: 1) a place to stay safe in 2) an evacuation

• Evacuation “To Go” Box

• 72 Hour Emergency Kit

• Basic First-Aid Supplies & Medications

• Emergency Vehicle Kit

• Youth Emergency Backpack

• Child Emergency Preparedness

• Floods

• Earthquakes

• 12 Step Preparedness Plan

• Clothing and Bedding Checklist

• Hand Warmers

  • Emergency Blankets

• Basics of Home Storage - Containers, what can be stored, how long to store food

• Food Planning Guide

• Three-month supply of food that is part of a normal daily diet

• Longer-term supply of basic food items

• Garden Planning Guide

• CERT - Where to find this training program (Community Emergency Response Team)

• Basic Survival Tips

• Animal First Aid Kit

• Water in an Emergency

• Food in an Emergency

• Power Outages - What to do

• Communication: ways to communicate w/ family after a disaster

• Family Emergency Plan

• Emergency “Porta Potty” Kit Contents

• Favorite Resources and Products

• Ham radios, benefits, becoming an operator

• Block captains, where to find one in your neighborhood, what they do, why you need to know

• Neighborhood Watch Programs - in your own neighborhood

• Dutch Oven and Outdoor Cooking - easy ways to practice Dutch Oven cooking skills in your own kitchen, simple recipes, dinner & instruction held in my Holladay backyard

• Camping trips

  • Camping classes

• Food Preservation - Samples

• Food & Water Storage Display/Demo

• Invites to community Emergency Preparedness Fairs

a 5 day Survival Backpack with 64 items (food, water, first aid, & warmth) available to purchase, $79 + tax.  Excellent starter kit that can easily be customized with more items to fit your personal needs.

On-the-job training opportunities

  • Seeking employment or volunteer opportunities in any of these related fields?  Let me know. 
  • Members have received job offers - in part from our positive recommendations, job referrals and endorsements.

Meal Planning

  • Learn ways to prepare and eat simple meals from garden produce.
  • Discover ways of storing food and how it saves you serious money grocery money.
  • Save serious money by learning how to wean yourself off grocery stores and restaurants.
  • Learn about and implement the “6-3-4 Meal Plan” (6 minute prep time, $3/meal, enough to feed a family of 4… or larger)

Greenhouses & Hoop Houses

  • Benefits
  • Difference between hoop houses & high tunnel cold frame greenhouse
  • Materials you need
  • Making a small, simple hoop house
  • Where to find and buy materials for ANY size hoop house or greenhouse
  • How to DIY

Back to basics

  • Getting motivated to learn and practice simple, easy, daily tasks you can do each day that help you get back to the basics.

Fruits, veggies, herbs, flowers

  • In addition to regular full time gardens, seasonal garden properties we acquire give us more fruits and vegetables.

Eating freshly-picked harvest

  • The downside to eating freshly-picked garden produce is never wanting to buy it from a store again!

Garden meals & easy recipes

  • Feeding garden members is something I love to do!
  • I love sharing garden meals or treats
  • It’s my way of expressing gratitude for the hard work members do. 
  • Come often and let me feed you!
  • All kinds of fun edible treats will come your way.

Planting crops year-round

  • Planting and harvesting crops happens the entire year
  • Learn where to plant, when to plant, how to plant, what to plant, etc.

Leadership & teaching opportunities

Interested in teaching opportunities? Tell me.

Leadership opportunities are always available.

Contact me.

Creative Nature Date Virtual Tour - Help wanted!

  • Question: What happens when you combine a Hiking Guide with a Creative Dating Instructor?  
  • Answer: A Creative Nature Date
  • As a hiking guide and past creative dating instructor I am always looking for the perfect date with a secret destination in nature. 
  • To qualify it has to be unique, easy-to-get-to, less traveled, inexpensive and very beautiful! 
  • These dates are perfect for any nature lover. 
  • The perfect companion is someone you love like a sweetheart, child, grandchild, friend, etc. 
  • Enjoy a memorable, fun, peaceful, private picnic! 
  • Creative dating destinations are all less than 1/2 mile hike from a trailhead, located in the Wasatch Mountains near the Salt Lake valley.
  • Help wanted: I need a videographer to help me create this virtual tour so I can share this with more people. Contact me if interested.

Garden Calendars: 

Calendar events are updated often


  • Be the first to know! Receive email notifications for updated and new garden work sessions, activities, outings, classes, workshops, etc. as soon as they are posted! 
  • Service provided for our Healthy Eating & Gardening Meetup group only
  • $5/year meetup fee for this service

Contact info:

Cell: 801-278-5313 - Call or text

Email: sheryl@liveandthrive.com

Website: liveandthrive.com

How to get started:

  • Go to GARDEN CALENDARS online - 2 calendars to view
  • Choose an outing to attend
  • RSVP via text or email - 
  • Attend a FREE garden outing (check us out first!)
  • Pick your membership - 3 memberships to choose from
  • You may upgrade to another membership anytime you like
  • Register online or in person
  • Come often - the more you come, the more you benefit!
  • When children are attending, let me know in advance (12 & under)


  • $100/person/year
  • $400/family/year
  • 12 month membership starting at time of registration
  • VIP member with first priority and access to harvest, meals, and all services.
  • Priority for harvest
  • Free classes, workshops, demonstrations, emergency prep. class, outdoor activities and outings, etc.
  • Harvest and meals are reserved for those who work in the our gardens


  • $35/year/person
  • Barter/Sell/Trade Membership
  • Membership starts at time of registration - good for 12 months
  • Limited amount of harvest
  • 1/2 price on classes, workshops, demonstrations
  • Harvest and meals are reserved for those who work in the our gardens


  • Contact me in advance to let me know if you would like to come and work for a little while or  come and take a short tour.
  • As always come and stay as long as you like.
  • RSVP if possible by text, email, etc. 

Support Live and Thrive Community Gardens!

Donations are always accepted.

Credit Card/Check/Cash Accepted

Winter Items for Sale

Sheryl McGlochlin - Monday, November 30, 2015


16 pair Ski Poles, $25/pair or discount rate for all, adult size, used, good condition

Kahtoola Micro Spikes, new still in box, $60/pair for members, all sizes

Powderidge Snowshoes, Women, 1 pair, used, good condition, $70 obo

Staying safe in the Outdoors over Labor Day OR anyway!

Sheryl McGlochlin - Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Click on theses links to learn more about being safe outdoors year round!

How to be safe while playing outdoors year round

5 survival tips for hiking in the wilderness

6 Ways to be prepared for an emergency

Living up to our Potential

Sheryl McGlochlin - Monday, April 27, 2015

I love this story because it's the best way to illustrate how most of us are living way beneath our privileges in life. We have a choice and really can have so much more if we will take a leap of faith and be willing to try something new.


There once was a man whose lifelong dream was to board a cruise ship and sail the Mediterranean Sea. He dreamed of walking the streets of Rome, Athens, and Istanbul. He saved every penny until he had enough for his passage. Since money was tight, he brought an extra suitcase filled with cans of beans, boxes of crackers, and bags of powdered lemonade, which he lived on every day.

He would have loved to take part in the many activities offered on the ship—working out in the gym, playing miniature golf, and swimming in the pool. He envied those who went to movies, shows, and cultural presentations. And, oh, how he yearned for only a taste of the amazing food he saw on the ship—every meal appeared to be a feast! But the man wanted to spend so very little money that he didn’t participate in any of these. He was able to see the cities he had longed to visit, but for the most part of the journey, he stayed in his cabin and ate only his humble food.

On the last day of the cruise, a crew member asked him which of the farewell parties he would be attending. It was then that the man learned that not only the farewell party was included but almost everything on board the cruise ship—the food, the entertainment, all the activities—had been included in the price of his ticket. Too late the man realized that he had been living far beneath his privileges.

Southern Utah Adventure Trip w/ 50 Activities to choose from!

Sheryl McGlochlin - Monday, November 24, 2014

Lodging at beautiful Coral Springs Resort!

St. George, Zion National Park, Snow Canyon State Park

January 16 - 19, 2015

4 day/3 night


Price based on double occupancy

Price includes:

  • Lodging at Coral Springs Resort for 3 nights/4 days
  • 10 Healthy, Delicious Meals (including Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • Organized outdoor and indoor activities each day from sunrise to sunset and beyond!
  • Carpool assistance is provided

50 ACTIVITIES to choose from!

Many of these are organized with specific days and times so you will get to know others with similar interests & talents.Each person attending will be asked which of these activities they are interested in, PRIOR to the trip.You will also receive a list of what to bring based on the activities you plan to participate in.Activities range from free, minimal cost, to more pricy.

  • Snowshoeing
  • Dry Hiking
  • Ice Hiking
  • Exploring Lava Caves
  • Flat Water Kayaking
  • Stand Up Paddle Surfing
  • Helicopter Rides -  http://www.zionhelicopters.com
  • Sky Diving
  • Day Spa
  • Hot Tubbing
  • Massage
  • Boating
  • Theatrical Productions
  • Going to Concerts
  • Dancing
  • Fishing
  • Zip lining
  • Golf
  • Yoga
  • Stretching Classes
  • Sunrise & Sunset Photography
  • Nature Photography
  • Boulder Hopping
  • Star Gazing
  • Stalking Wildlife
  • Horseback Riding
  • Canyoneering
  • Rappelling
  • Basketball
  • Scenic Drives
  • Sight Seeing
  • Shopping
  • Running in a Half Marathon or 5K Race
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Bike Riding
  • Trail Running
  • Exploring Slot Canyons
  • Relaxing
  • Reading
  • Healthy Eating Cooking Classes
  • Meditating
  • Tennis
  • Roller Blading
  • Campfires
  • ATV Riding
  • Dirt Biking
  • Card and Board Games
  • Talent Show
  • Music Jam Session

Sleep when you get back home!


Martin Luther King Holiday Weekend

4 hour drive from Salt Lake City

Who is invited?

Those who love

  • being active
  • playing in a beautiful outdoor playground like Southern Utah
  • making new friends

Plenty of Outdoor Activities! VIDEO

$450/person/based on double occupancy

$200/deposit due at time of booking

Total Amount Due: Dec. 16, 2014

Call, text or email me at sheryl@liveandthrive.com or 801-278-5313 to reserve a spot today!
Tell me how you would like to pay.

Check or Credit Card payments accepted

Contact Info:

email:  sheryl@liveandthrive.com
cell:  801-278-5313
website: liveandthrive.com

  • Meet others with similar abilities and interests
  • All ages, experience and abilities are welcome
  • Wide range of indoor and outdoor activities offered. 
  • There really is something for everyone!  



          • Drive time from SLC to Coral Springs: 4 hours, one way
          • Join us as soon as you are able.  Many will arrive by 12 noon, Friday, Jan. 16.
          • On Monday, leave whenever you are ready 


          $35 Annual Club Registration Fee due before attending.  Go to: Outdoor Adventure Club

          Register here

          • Members receive many benefits and are invited to 400+ outdoor adventure outings each year AND receive discounts and assistance on rentals, lessons, equipment, National and State Park Fees and ground transportation. 




          Scenic places

          NEARBY (WITHIN 0.1 TO 10 MILES)

          Quail Lake State Park 2.1
          Utah Sports Lodge 3.2
          Sand Hollow Resevoir 5.1 Downtown St. George 8.6
          St George Municipal Airport (SGU) 9.8 Tuacahn Theater 11.9

          Zion National Park 24.8 


          Delicious, healthy, home cooked

          • Breakfast: Whole grain pancakes, eggs, bacon, hash browns, french toast, smoothies, hot whole grain cereal buffet with toppings i.e. fresh fruit, nuts, craisins, dried fruit, brown sugar, almond milk, regular milk, etc.  Toppings for pancakes include pure maple syrup, whipped cream, fruit, whipped butter 
          • Lunch:  Assorted Sandwich makings (Turkey, cheese, pickles, peanut butter, jam, honey, etc.) Fruit, Chips, Granola Bars
          • Dinner:  Italian, Asian, Mexican, and Western BBQ Dinners served Buffet Style, which allows everyone to "Build Your Own" meal to accommodate a wide variety of dietary needs and wants.  All dinners are made from scratch, healthy, hearty, and home-cooked!  All dinners include salad makings, and may include soups/stews, crackers, cheese, fruit, veggies, and dessert as well. 
          NOTE:  Provide your own snacks for in-between meals and beverages



          • 12 Noon: Meet us at Coral Springs Resort. 
          • 12 noon - 6 pm:  Lunch, activities
          • 5 - 6 pm: Dinner preparation
          • 6 - 7 pm: Dinner
          • Sunset Photo Opportunities
          • 7 - 10 pm:  Activities

          Saturday, Sunday

          • 6 - 8 am: Sunrise, activities, breakfast
          • 7 am - 6 pm:  Activities
          • 5 - 6 pm: Dinner preparation
          • 6 - 7 pm: Dinner
          • Sunset Photo Opportunities
          • 7 - 10 pm:  Activities


          • 6 - 8 am: Sunrise, breakfast, activities
          • 11 am:  Check out
          • 8 am - 5 PM: Activities 
          • Leave for home whenever you like

            Ice and Snow Hiking in Zion

            Micro spikes, pictured above, are required to hike in Zion National Park due to trail conditions which may have snow or ice on the trail. 

            • Micro Spikes are required for all hikers heading into Zion NP.  I have several brand new pair in stock, available for purchase. Cost: $50/pair
            • Micro Spikes are used on icy or snow packed trails, especially in Zion, which may have snow.
            • Micro Spikes slip over regular hiking shoes.  They offer excellent traction while hiking on ice or snowpacked trails. 

            Camping - What to bring

            Sheryl McGlochlin - Monday, March 24, 2014

            To help you remember what to take on a camping trip, keep updated check lists. 

            Lists written on poster board are hard to lose or you can use a notebook to keep track of your needs. 

            As you become a more experienced camper, eliminate items which prove unworkable and add gear you want to try on future trips. 

            Basics for Camping

            For Shelter:

            • Tent w/ rain fly
            • Poles
            • Stakes
            • Tarp

            For Sleeping: 

            • Sleeping bag
            • Pad
            • Cot (optional)
            • Pillow

            For cooking: 

            • Lightweight stove
            • Fuel
            • Matches (waterproof)
            • Fire-starter
            • Pots & pans w/ lids
            • Pot lifter or hot pads
            • Collapsible water container
            • Bottle of water
            • Dutch Oven

            For eating:

            • Plate
            • Cup
            • Spoons
            • Forks
            • Knives
            • Bowl
            • Camp Chair

            For clean-up:  

            • Biodegradable soap
            • Pan scrubber
            • Sponge
            • Paper towels or dish towel

            For mending:

            • Sewing needles
            • Thread
            • Safety pins
            • Adhesive-backed tape
            • Buttons
            • Nylon cord
            • Pack connectors (clevis pins, split rings)

            • Food:
            • Basic meals
            • Emergency extras
            • Trail snacks


            • Basic daily clothing
            • Layered clothes
            • Rain gear
            • Warm clothes
            • In-camp footwear


            • Hair brush
            • Toothbrush
            • Toothpaste
            • Soap
            • Toilet paper
            • Chapstick

            Wilderness Essentials:  

            • Map in waterproof plastic
            • Compass
            • First-aid kit
            • Hats (for warmth and for sun)
            • Sun screen
            • Sunglasses
            • Bug repellent
            • Flashlight w/ fresh batteries
            • Extra batteries
            • Cell phone
            • Solar powered light
            • Extra clothes (especially socks)
            • Extra food
            • Heavy jacket
            • Swiss Army Knife
            • Tools (hammer, etc)
            • Matches
            • Fire-starter
            • Space Blanket or garbage bags
            • Pads
            • Stove
            • Fuel


            • Small games
            • Journal
            • Camera

            Sports, Activities & Classes Offered

            Sheryl McGlochlin - Sunday, February 23, 2014

            We offer much more than hiking!

            A wide assortment of activities are offered year round.

            Some happen seasonally, others happen every week.  Check the calendar or contact Sheryl for more info 

            • Hiking for Beginners
            • Hiking for Intermediate abilities
            • Hiking for Experienced, Seasoned Hikers
            • stand up paddle surfing
            • hiking to waterfalls
            • hiking and repelling into slot canyons
            • high altitude hiking
            • downtown night walks
            • evening hikes/walks
            • flat water kayaking
            • picnic on the peak
            • breakfast in the canyons
            • snowshoeing
            • trail running
            • downhill skiing
            • cross country skiing
            • outdoor cooking
            • Dutch Oven cooking
            • camping
            • canyoneering
            • zipfy sledding
            • ziplining
            • nature photography
            • land paddling
            • bike riding
            • scenic float river trip
            • white water river rafting
            • exploring castles
            • exploring mines
            • exploring caves
            • snorkeling
            • scuba diving
            • fly fishing
            • horseback riding
            • surfing
            • rock climbing
            • backpacking
            • boulder hopping
            • ATV Riding
            • repelling
            • swimming
            • visiting natural history museums
            • Galleries & Museums
            • swing dance lessons on the beach
            • yoga on the beach
            • yoga
            • water skiing
            • wake surfing
            • wake boarding
            • trampoline classes
            • exploring slot canyons at Lake Powell in a motor boat
            • wildlife viewing
            • emergency preparedness skills
            • exploring geology, marine life, & plant life
            • adventure trips - locally and internationally (Utah, Western United States, New York, Italy Switzerland, Maui, Virgin Islands, Florida, more)
            • pre-trip meetings and parties
            • post-hiking lunches
            • community garden work, harvest & dinners
            • and more....

            Four Hiking Seasons - details

            Sheryl McGlochlin - Saturday, February 22, 2014

            • Winter (December 1 - Feb 28): Snowshoeing, hiking w/ micro spikes, downtown SLC night walks, (Hiking w/ spikes requires wearing micro spikes on hard packed snow or ice trails).  Need a pair of spikes or snowshoes?  I rent them. 
            • Spring (March 1 - May 30): Some snowshoe outings still offered, icy trails may exist, bring micro spikes if you have them, hike to waterfalls, transition from wetter to drier terrain/weather, generally lower altitude hikes, then gradually climbing to higher altitude as snow melts and trail conditions dry out.
            • Summer (June 1 - Aug 31): High altitude hiking (mostly between 8000 - 11,000 ft. above sea level), lots of amazingly beautiful wild flowers, canyon to canyon hikes, loop trails, etc
            • Fall (September 1 - Nov 30): Gorgeous fall colors, transition from drier to wetter terrain/weather, starting at higher altitude and gradually dropping to lower altitude until winter hiking starts.  

            2014 Adventure Trip Lineup

            Sheryl McGlochlin - Wednesday, January 29, 2014

            2014 Adventure Trip Calendar

            February 25 - March 4  Caribbean Adventure Trip, THREE Islands

            Caribbean Trip Video

            It's not too late for just a few more people to join us on our upcoming 3 Island Caribbean Trip!
            Act now since we leave in less than 30 days!!
            Just $1200!   Includes nearly everything but airfare
            Included: all meals, condo lodging, and ground transportation to 2 US islands and 1 UK island. 

            (Details on the following trips will be posted soon)

            March 27 - 29  Escalante Trip - Waterfall, Slot Canyons, Canyoneering

            June 12 - 16   Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

            August 7 - 11  Colorado National Memorial, Grand Junction, Colorado

            September 4 - 8  Lake Powell, Lone Rock Beach, Hiking & Water Sports

            October 16 - 18, Capitol Reef NP Sulphur Creek - River Hike thru Slot Canyons

            Nov. 5 - 12   Hawaii - Maui

            Nov. 12 - 19  Hawaii - Maui

            January 15 - 19, 2015 - Bryce & Zion NP WInter Hiking Trip

            February 2015 - Date TBA - Caribbean Adventure Trip

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            Recreation Activities

            Upcoming Events

            HIKE: Deer Valley to Park City on Mid Mountain Trail
            HIKE: Lake Mary from Brighton Ski Resort, Big Cottonwood Canyon
            Summer Hike: Trail & Canyon To be announced
            SUMMER Hiking Orientation
            Happy 4th of July! Hike: Silver Lake to Lake Solitude, Big Cottonwood Canyon
            Hike: Big Water Trail to Dog Lake, top of Millcreek Canyon
            FREE Evening Picnic, East Canyon State Park, Watercraft rentals optional
            Summer Hike: Trail & Canyon TBA
            SUMMER Hiking Orientation
            Summer HIKE: Canyon & Trail TBA

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