By the numbers: Systems group meeting

By the numbers: Systems group meeting

By the numbers: Systems group meeting

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Members of the Mountain Accord systems groups met on Thursday to hear an update on Phase II of Mountain Accord and to enjoy a presentation from the Utah State University Institute for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism on how locals and visitors are using the Central Wasatch Range.

The presentation which we’ve also reported on here and here, shows that most of the frequent users live within 30 miles of the CWR.

More interesting data: The following charts are a breakdown of the types of activities people enjoy and the frequency of use. Hiking, by far, is the most popular recreation activity.

Read the full report, as well as versions broken out by seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter) and type of user.

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Figures 7a and 7b show the wide variety of recreational activities people enjoy in the Central Wasatch Range.

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Figures 7a and 7b show the wide variety of recreational activities people enjoy in the Central Wasatch Range.

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Figures 8a and 8b show the number of days broken out by activities enjoyed in the CWR.

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Figures 8a and 8b show the number of days broken out by activities enjoyed in the CWR.

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