Much more than just a state, Utah is a state of mind. Carved by wind, water and weather, the Utah landscape is the perfect setting for your next adventure. From the Mighty Five (the famous national parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion) to the Wasatch Mountains covered with the most beautiful snow on earth to a multitude of other must-see sites, Utah is a place unique to forge unforgettable memories and live unique experiences.
For your road trip in northern Utah, consider the following route: Go up to Logan Canyon (with its alpine scenery, campgrounds and many hiking and biking trails), then join Bear Lake to make boat and enjoy festivals organized in the summer. Finally, stop at the Ogden Union Station Railroad Museum. En route south into Davis County, impossible to miss Great Salt Lake west side. You can get there via Antelope Island State Park.
Of course, the Wasatch Mountains are never far away for those who enjoy camping, skiing, snowboarding, biking or hiking. In northeastern Utah, the protected site High Uintas Wilderness invites you to explore the region on horseback, or equipped with a backpack and fishing rods. You will also be interested in the dinosaurs that populated Utah at another time on some sites close to Vernal.
You may want to linger in the Salt Lake Valley, the largest metropolitan area in the state. You’ll find Temple Square and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Utah Symphony Orchestra, as well as leading ballets, theaters, all kinds of events, museums, sports events, restaurants, shops and many places to go out at night. Park City, a tourist town known for hosting the Sundance Film Festival each January and featuring three renowned ski resorts, is only half an hour east of Salt Lake. Browse adult personals ads in Doublelist Utah.