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Utah, you’re bragging a little bit now. This newest film from More Than Just Forests puts the spotlight on Ashley National Forest, which lies mostly in the northeast crook of the state, but also extends into Wyoming. Canyons, rivers, snowcapped peaks that push 13,000 feet—it has everything. Named for General William Henry Ashley, a fur trader, it was established as a national forest in 1908. The Uintas are there, the Flaming Gorge is there, you could be there, too.

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