Utah city guide: what you need to know
Utah: the Zion National Park and other natural, national treasures
Far more than just a state, Utah is a state of mind. Sculpted by wind, water and time, Utah's
landscape is the perfect canvas for your next adventure. From The Mighty Five National Parks –
Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion – to the Wasatch Mountain's
Greatest Snow on Earth, and all points in-between, Utah is the place where memories are made
and experiences forged.
Experience The Mighty 5: Utah's National Parks
Northern Utah: ‘Peak’ Your Curiosity
Central Utah: The Exhilaration of Life!
Southern Utah: Inspiring, Spectacular and Unlike Any Other Place in the World
MONUMENT VALLEY NAVAJO TRIBAL PARK
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and Four Corners are closed until further notice, along
with all Navajo Tribal Parks facilities.
Lake Powell and so much more!
Encompassing over 1.25 million acres, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area offers
unparalleled opportunities for water-based & backcountry recreation.
Cedar City and Brian Head are located in southwestern Utah.
There are many sites for visiting and playing, perfect for families and travelers old and
young. It was one of my favorite places to visit on my recent tour of the state.
The beauty of a red-rock wonderland
Join a park ranger for a 1.6-kilometer walk along the rim of the Bryce Amphitheater to get an
unmatched view while hearing stories about Bryce Canyon National Park and its wealth of
Indian and pioneer history.
As they whizz fearlessly down the ski slopes with their flock of new friends,
swaddled in ski suits and dwarfed by their helmets and goggles, children
have the time of their lives on a ski holiday.