In Utah cities, mountains, rivers and cultures converge. Sculpted by wind, water and time, Utah’s is jam-packed with dramatic scenery, wild beauty and world class outdoor adventure. From The Mighty 5® National Parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion to the Wasatch Mountains’ Greatest Snow on Earth®, and all points in-between, Utah is the place to forge incredible experiences and make enduring memories.
View sunrise through Delicate Arch in Arches National Park, then after an off-road adventure amidst mesas, gulches and ravines, watch it set across Canyonlands National Park. Gaze at ancient petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park before an evening of stargazing. Take a horse ride through the rock spires, known as hoodoos, of Bryce Canyon National Park, then discover the steep walls of a slot canyon trail in Zion National Park.
Flanked by the dramatic alpine scenery on the east and the Great Salt Lake on the west, in Salt Lake City you will find world-class arts, culture and entertainment alongside the history of early pioneers. From here take one of many scenic byways or winding back roads to explore numerous state parks, national forests and national monuments.
Follow in the footsteps of movie stars to discover iconic Monument Valley named by John Wayne as ‘the place where God put the West’. In Arches National Park a young Indiana Jones discovered the Cross of Cortez in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, while Thelma and Louise took their final leap at Dead Horse Point State Park.