|Antelope Island - Too beautiful|
We arrived on Thursday night in Salt Lake City and rented a car to help us be touristy in the city, but our vacation was full of walking for the rest of the days. We did swim a bit in the hotel pool, but it was small so laps weren't exactly possible.
|Being touristy at Snowbird|
|Snowbird Resort and the amazing peak behind it|
|Heading up the tram (11,000 feet up!)|
|Panorama of Snowbird Peak|
|At least I had on good shoes, but boots or skis would have worked better at the top!|
|Tram taking us down|
|Park City - built right into the terrain|
|Extremely steep walk up to some apartments|
The equipment had TVs to keep me occupied. Unfortunately, my lungs weren't having the (I assume) slightly thinner air and I was having a really hard time keeping up with what I felt was my pace running on the treadmill. After 1.5 miles, I switched to the elliptical and finished strong with 1.6 miles and less winded-ness.
Sunday we walked around the Mormon Tabernacle, City Creek Mall (although closed) and then Antelope Island.
|City Creek closed but we still walked around|
|My friends on Antelope Island (note the inappropriate shoe choice!)|
|Jumped into the snow to get a picture on the Island|
|The Island did hold up to its name and we did get to see a bit of the wildlife.|
So besides the treadmill/elliptical workout, the rest of my adventures were inadvertently fitness related too. I'm glad that I love to walk because I would have missed out on so many awesome parts of this trip if I wasn't willing to hoof it a bit :)
I hope to get a Salt Lake City "Food I Ate" recap this week - found some great new places and loved everything I ate!