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There's still time to exercise your vote and select winners of the first Salt Lake Tribune Choice Awards.

This online poll recognizes Utah's best in dining, nightlife, arts and culture, recreation and destinations. To vote, visit before Saturday.

Choose from the list of nominees we created — or write in your favorite. Winners will be announced in early February in The Tribune and In magazine.

Here are some details about the nominees in our three recreation categories:


Angels Landing, Zion National Park

Coyote Gulch, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park

Hickman Bridge, Capitol Reef National Park

Kings Peak, High Uintas Wilderness

Mesa Arch, Canyonlands

Mount Olympus, Salt Lake Valley

Mount Timpanogos

Navajo Loop Trail/Queens Garden, Bryce Canyon National Park

Notch Peak, west of Delta

Mountain bike trails

Blackhawk Loop trail, Payson Canyon

Bonneville Shoreline trail

Dark Hollow, near Brian Head

Gooseberry Mesa, near Zion National Park

Mid Mountain trail, above Park City

Mueller Park, above Bountiful

Porcupine Rim, Moab

Slickrock trail, Moab

Wasatch Crest

White Rim trail, Canyonlands

Ski runs

Alf's High Rustler, Alta Ski Resort

Baldy Chute, Alta

Devil's Castle, Alta

Fright Gully, The Canyons

Great Scott, Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort

Grizzly, Snowbasin Resort

Gunsight, Alta

Honeycomb Canyon, Solitude Mountain Resort

Jupiter Bowl, Park City Mountain Resort

Silver Fox, Snowbird

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