Utah's Best Destinations

Logan/Bear Lake Ogden Park City Flaming Gorge Vernal/Dinosaur Salt Lake City Davis/Antelope Island Wendover/Salt Flats Utah Valley Heber City Central Utah Castle Country San Rafael Capitol Reef National Park Arches National Park Moab Canyonlands National Park Monument Valley Bryce Canyon National Park Escalante/Grand Staircase St. George Zion National Park Lake Powell Kanab/Grand Canyon North Rim Cedar City 4 Corners Salt Flats/Wendover

Utah Destinations

Arches National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
Castle Country
Cedar City
Central Utah
Davis - Antelope Island
Flaming Gorge
Grand Staircase-Escalante
Heber Area
Kanab - Grand Canyon
Lake Powell
Logan - Bear Lake
Monument Valley - Four Corners
Park City
Salt Lake City
San Rafael Country
St. George - Zion
Utah Valley
Vernal - Dinosaurland
Zion National Park

The state of Utah is unique. We have more variety of landscapes, geology, and recreational opportunities than even we can imagine. While our national parks are considered national treasures, there are many more places to see and things to do that are just as amazing… and certainly less crowded! This section will help you to discover and explore some of Utah's more famous attractions, and the perhaps lesser known yet "worth-a-visit" sites nearby.

About Utah's Landscape

Most of Utah lies on a plateau higher than 4,000 feet above sea level. The geology of this region takes on an amazing variety of shapes and colors. Elevations rise and fall dramatically in the shape of mountains, buttes, and plateaus, the highest reaching over 13,000 feet! Within this varied landscape are hidden treasures and experiences that appeal to everyone — from the rugged, solitude-seeking explorer to the family wanting a relaxing getaway. Utah has something for everyone.

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