Zion National Park

Utah's Zion National Park is home to some of the state's most breathtaking scenery. Stunning vistas, waterfalls, and red granite cliffs are a few of the top draws.

Arches National Park

One of the most stunning parks in Utah is Arches National Park, which features the highest concentration of natural stone arches in the world as well as gently sloping petrified dunes.

Monument Valley

This picturesque region, known for its breathtaking red mesas and stone pinnacles, has been used to film a number of movies and television advertisements.

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park, carved by the Colorado River, provides tourists with hiking, stargazing, camping, and challenging rock climbing.

Salt Lake City Temple

One of Salt Lake City's biggest attractions is Temple Square, home to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Bryce Canyon National Park

The world's greatest collection of hoodoos—the characteristic rock formations at Bryce—can be found in the park's name.

Utah's Ski Resorts

Within an hour's drive of Salt Lake City are these renowned ski slopes, each having a distinctive personality and allure for skiers of all levels.

Park City

A charming mountain town with some of Utah's top ski resorts, Park City is located approximately 45 minutes southeast of Salt Lake City.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

A wide expanse of rough terrain, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument has a panorama of canyons, arches, hills, waterfalls, woodland, and scrubland.

Dead Horse Point State Park

One of the nicest lookouts of any state park in Utah is found at Dead Horse Point State Park, which is close to Moab.

St. George Utah

If you enjoy outdoor activities, St. George is a good place to base yourself because of its location in southern Utah and proximity to several amazing parks.