Staff

Editorial
Editor-in-Chief
Paul Oelerich
paul@utahadvjournal.com

Advertising and Business
Utah Adventure Journal

Publisher
Paul Oelerich
paul@utahadvjournal.com
415-233-3514

Business Manager
Sandra Greenway
Sandra@gapcpas.com

Art Director
Rachel Scott
Rachel@utahadvjournal.com

Web Design
Nick Clark
Nick@utahadvjournal.com

6 Responses to “Staff”

  1. Help!
    I have removed the 2011 edition of Outdoor Utah Adventure Guide from a doctors office. I had to leave my mother there as security that I would return the magazine. Ha ha to them. I got the best of that deal!!

    Anyway, can you mail me a copy so we can plan our vacation in So. Utah later this summer?
    My mailing address is:
    Bob Miller
    PMB 255
    P.O. Box 9019
    Calexico, Ca 92231-9019

    I would be forever greatful, but they cannot give me my mother back, lol.

  2. i would like to write an article about the conduct of mt bikers on trails. the sport is huge now and there are many more incidents occuring on the trails. be nice to give the bikers a reminder of the way they should act on trails. ie stopping for hikers uphill riders and general right of way conduct.

  3. Can you e-mail me a logo of Utah Adventure Journal.
    I’m finishing up the program for Amazing Earthfest and yours is the only logo I am missing.
    I do need it ASAP as they are going to print tomorrow.
    Thank you!

  4. Hello Utah Adventure Journal! I wanted to know if you have an event calendar? I’m writing on behalf of Polar Explorer Eric Larsen, he’ll be speaking at the Salt Lake City REI on 10/22! Here’s a description of the event, please let me know if there is a calendar I can post this to.

    DeLorme inReach Champion and polar adventurer, Eric Larsen, shares stories from two decades of extreme expeditions, leaving you laughing and inspired. Hear stories about months on the Arctic Ocean, perilous conditions, Polar Bears, avalanches and much more. Eric will also share anecdotes from his recent unsupported speed record expedition to the Geographic North Pole called Last North. Learn about the routines and strategies as well as gear and technology that Eric uses while off the grid, like the DeLorme inReach Explorer, to be successful while staying safe and connected. The program is approximately one hour long and features stunning images and video from some of the most remote and hostile environments on the planet. Polar adventurer, expedition guide, and educator, Eric Larsen has spent the past 20 years traveling in some of the most remote and extreme environments on the planet. To date, Eric has completed more polar expeditions than any other American in history. Included in that list are the first ever summer expedition to the North Pole as well as a world record expedition to the South Pole, North Pole and top of Mt. Everest all within a 365-day period.

    Reserve your spot: http://www.rei.com/event/61518/session/100951

  5. Please let me know whether the Utah Adventure Journal considers article queries and whether it pays for article contributions. Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Joe Zentner msyrett@earthlink.net

  6. Hello, my name is Heidi Baxter. I do a lot of outdoor recreation photography. I was wondering if you guys take submissions or if you have any specific photography needs. I am located in Logan Utah and would love to get involved with this magazine. Thank you for your time. –Heidi Baxter

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