When cold strikes Utah, many trade their hiking boots for skis and snowboards.
From the article:
Topped with unsullied white, southern Utah's red rocks seem even redder. The thrill is in the contrast, especially at sunset, when the rocks turn a warm orange-red and the snow, reflecting the fading sun, becomes softly rosy. Add short, scrubby green grasses and the sky's piercing blue, and Arches National Park sings in winter — albeit to a small audience.
A version of the article also ran on the Miami Herald website with a photo gallery of Arches in winter.
— Nate Carlisle