Far more than just a state, Utah is a state of mind. Sculpted by wind, water, and time, Utah's landscapes are perfect for your next adventure. From The Mighty 5 National Parks, to the Wasatch Mountains', and all points in between, Utah is the place where families and adventures forge incredible experiences and make enduring memories.
Leave civilization behind for a while and roam with the bison of Utah's Antelope Island State Park.
Southwestern Utah's bright colors and contrasts in geological textures attract those with an artistic eye. Visit these six must-see spots to capture a legendary panorama.
While exploring the alpine environment and hoodoo fields of Bryce Canyon National Park, take a moment among the bristle cone pines. The oldest one in the park is estimated to be at least 1,600 years old and can be found along the Bristlecone Loop.
Located at the intersection of the Mojave Desert, Great Basin Desert and Colorado Plateau, Utah's Snow Canyon State Park features a fragile and vibrant desert landscape marked by ancient lava flows and sandstone cliffs. Thirteen sensitive species of wildlife make their home in this park. Checklists can be found at the park headquarters for a nominal fee.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument contains the most extensive network of slot canyons in Utah. Travelers are encouraged to plan their visit for early in the day or late in the afternoon to stay cool in the desert environment during summer months.
Utah is a runner's paradise. Focus on your running as your follow paths through alpine forests, slick rock lands, jagged peaks, or red rock canyons.