Visit Utah to explore national parks, such as Arches National Park and Bryce Canyon, or to go shopping in downtown Salt Lake City and skiing in Park City. Other nature activities that are popular in Utah include river rafting, mountain biking, hiking, and kayaking. Skiing and snowboarding are also some of the very best reasons to go to Utah in the winter.
Go shopping at City Creek Center, stroll down Main Street in Park City, or ride the indoor carousel at the South Towne Center. To get a sense of Utah’s art, go on the Salt Lake City Gallery Stroll or explore the Springville Museum of Art. For an outdoor adventure, visit one of Utah’s 43 state parks or five national forests. Other options include horseback riding through Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, river rafting down Weber River, or cycling through the Alpine Loop. Check out world-class ski areas like Alta, Snowbird, and Deer Valley for some of the best skiing anywhere.
One of the most popular places to go to in Utah is Salt Lake City. In Salt Lake City you can explore the Natural History Museum of Utah, see a laser light show at the Clark Planetarium, and go on a paddleboat ride through Liberty Park. Other popular museums in Salt Lake City include The Leonardo and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Another popular city in Utah is Provo. In Provo you can hike through Provo Canyon to see waterfalls or you can hike to the Timpanogos National Monument to see decorated caves.
In Park City you can go skiing in Deer Valley or at Park City Mountain Resort. See a comedy show at the Mary G. Steiner Egyptian Theatre or go see the 2002 Olympics venue at the Utah Olympic Park. Another small town in Utah is Moab, which is the location of both Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. While in Moab you can also kayak down the Colorado River or go 4-wheel driving down trails such as Pritchett Canyon.
At Utah Lake you can go sailing, canoeing, and fishing. This freshwater lake is known for its black bass, walleye, and panfish. Another popular lake in Utah is Bear Lake. Bear Lake has cabins, boat rentals, a marina, and Rendezvous Beach. Visit Great Salt Lake State Park in northern Utah to go sailing, swimming, and mountain biking.
Utah has multiple national parks. Visit Bryce Canyon, where you can take a walk on Rim trail, see the waterfall on the Mossy Cave Trail, and see the sun rise at the Bryce Amphitheater. Visit Arches to see more than 2,000 stone arches, go hiking, and camp in Devils Garden Campground.
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