The state of Utah is unique. They have a greater variety of landscapes and recreational opportunities than even they can imagine. The national parks are considered national treasures but there are many more places to see and things to do that are just as amazing. From Utah’s National Parks to ski resorts, beautiful Park City to historic Temple Square, sunny St George to bustling Salt Lake City to Lake Powell, Utah will surprise one with its variety.
One may start by enjoying the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. Hang gliding, fly-fishing, skiing, and dinosaur hunting are just a few of the many outdoor adventures in Utah. Utah vacations also incorporate an element of resorts and museums, performing arts, festivals and much more. If you are a winter sports fan, head to the Park City Ski Area. This is the best place to go and indulge in all that a ski resort has to offer. Whether your choice is mountain sleds or sleigh rides, you are promised to have an adventure of a lifetime. With such a variety of Utah vacations to choose from, Lake Powell is perhaps the most unique, geographically and culturally rich Utah vacation. With an average of nearly 2 million visitors annually, Lake Powell is truly a spectacular destination
For urban vacationers, there is Salt Lake City. The city is well-known for the Mormon Temple Square and the magnificent Temple itself. Another major attraction is the Great Salt Lake, which is separated from the city by a stretch of mud and salt flats. Salt Lake City is also a mecca for various winter sports activities and there are eight major resorts within 50 miles of the city including Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Park City.
Whether you come to ski or snowboard, to mountain bike Slickrock in Moab, to take a summertime whitewater raft down Cataract Canyon, or to visit the Old West with a tour of outlaw hideouts and stickups, Utah has your adventure waiting.
This only skims the surface of things to see and do in Utah.
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