Utah’s Florida, with fewer hurricanes.
Take the Peruvian Express chairlift through a 600-ft. ski tunnel to Mineral Basin. Unless that sounds too awesome.
The Grand Circle: Six national parks, two national monuments, one Navajo tribal park and a few state parks, too.
It's like Bryce Canyon's built-in tourism bureau. Horseback riding, ATVs, entertainment and great dining. If you decide to sleep, the beds are comfy too.
Capitol Reef works up quite the appetite.
Park City is for lovers...and skiers, and bikers and art collectors.
Grab a bite to eat and shop. Feel better in no time.
Don't forget the fancy local cheese.
Grab some of Ethel's homemade pie to fuel your tank.
From small mom-and-pop joints to high-end establishments, Utah has a wide variety of unique restaurants to fuel your adventures around the state.
at the Grand America
Welcome to Ski City
Zion's Blue Belly Grill
Canyon Breeze Restaurant
Natural, local and truly made with love.