Adventure Cycling Association, Escape Adventures Featured in Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal recently featured bike travel advocacy organization Adventure Cycling Association and mountain bike tour operator Escape Adventures. The story focused on active vacations that help travelers get back in shape after the COVID-19 pandemic. Destinations that were highlighted include Adventure Cycling’s Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route and Escape’s Aquarius Trail...
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Dwell Details Park City’s Benloch Ranch Community

Dwell recently detailed the Park City real estate available in the Benloch Ranch community. Set on Utah’s Jordanelle Reservoir, Benloch Ranch features “sleek prefabs set on 2,550 acres in the hinterlands of Park City.” Nine hundred acres of the development are being set aside for homes, which are Scandinavian-inspired designs by builder Vurtical. It is enticing millennial buyers with luxury...
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New York Times Mountain Biking Story Includes Adventure Cycling, Escape Adventures

A New York Times story on the rising popularity of mountain biking shared insight and destination ideas from Adventure Cycling Association and Escape Adventures. There’s more to the sport than “screaming down a mountain,” said Dan Meyer of Adventure Cycling. He noted it’s a good way to get out in the woods and explore nature. Escape Adventures’ Jared Fischer...
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MarketWatch Profiles Park City, Utah’s Benloch Ranch

Benloch Ranch and real estate developer Jamie Mackay were recently profiled in a story about millennials and vacation homes on MarketWatch. “What Benloch Ranch represents is a collision of trends in real estate and demographics,” the story said of the 2,550-acre Benloch Ranch in Park City, Utah. “Millennials of homebuying age are rejecting the sizes of their parents’ homes,...
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Forbes Profiles New Benloch Ranch Community in Utah

Benloch Ranch, a new adventure living community outside Park City, Utah, was recently profiled by Forbes. Benloch Ranch is being developed by Jamie Mackay, the founder of Wheelhaus, one of America’s pioneering luxury tiny home manufacturers. The 2,550-acre community sits on the south side of the Jordanelle Reservoir between the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains. Its homes are designed with both...
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