9 winter activities for families in Utah

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Mike Sorensen, Deseret News Archives
There's a chill in the air but that doesn't mean you have to put your clubs away. A couple of driving ranges in Salt Lake stay open throughout the year and the late winter months provide a great opportunity for family members to practice their golf swings, or to try it for the very first time.

Prices: Large bucket (120 balls) $9.50

Website: sjc.utah.gov/mulligans
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Bountiful, UT

All 10 listed activities are nice and fun, but honestly, my favorite activities in the winter are golf, tennis and surfing in San Diego!

Woodland Hills, UT

Number 7 says go for a drive. Governor Herbert says we shouldn't drive because of the the bad air, which is it?

Cedar Hills, UT

soldier hollow is fun but far too expensive. At $20 a person (for 2 hours) you spend $100++ per family...just to tube! It ought to be $5 a person if you bring your own tube. The snow shoeing this year is terrible. Went to my favorite spot last weekend (Aspen Grove) and the snow was so wet and full of water all you did was sink. The trail normally goes all the way to the first waterfall but no one (expect us) made it that far this year. There had been a big avalanche up there this year. You need dry powder to have good snow shoeing. Just saying...

Centerville, UT

How about shooting varmints and predators for farmers and ranchers (legally, of course)?

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