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Things to do in Utah
Bryce Canyon - take a hike in Bryce Canyon National Park
Looking like thousands of elaborate church spires, or something from a science fiction movie, the landscape around Bryce Canyon National Park has been etched and eroded by wind and water over thousands of years. Go for a hike or mountain bike ride in this eerie landscape and immerse yourself in its beauty. The park is open all year and even has cross country skiing in the winter, with the white of the snow, contrasting with the red of the local sandstone.
Kanab - take a tour of Zion National Park
For spectacular scenery and great walking you need go no further than Zion National Park, with its red sandstone hills and long, deep canyon. Paved roads allow for easy driving and cycling if you prefer a more relaxed pace of life and want to see the landscape in comfort. The area around here has frequently been used in movies and TV series so keep an eye out for familiar views.
Moab - experience a balloon ride
An alternative way to see the area around Moab from a new perspective is with a hot air balloon ride. Glide past the sandstone towers that rise up from the ground like chimneys and look down on seemingly never ending canyons, the best time is just after the sun has risen for the day. Most trips take 3.5 hours, but the memories will last a lifetime.
Moab - track a dinosaur at the Mill Canyon Dinosaur trail
Over 150 million years ago dinosaurs walked the earth and a number of them called what is now Moab home, leaving footprints in the soft clays of their time. These turned into stone and were buried but have been eroded by wind and rain leaving the occasional track or leaf imprint for you to find as you follow the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail. Take a strong pair of boots and see what you can find, following the guide booklets that are available.
Monument Valley - visit 4 states at the Four Corners
In a country made up of 50 different states the Four Corners in Utah is surprisingly unique as it is the only place in the United States where 4 states all meet in one place. Here you can stand on the appointed place and be in Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico, all at the same time. This large monument is on Native Indian land and is managed by them. Here you will have the opportunity to sell their traditional jewelry, arts and crafts.
Saint George - stroll and tour the city sites
St George City was created as a vision by Brigham Young, back in 1862, when he sent 309 families to settle in the area. It still has many of the homes built in the 19th century, making it a fascinating place to visit. The St. George Temple and the St. George Tabernacle are of particular interest, as they are important structures in the Mormon religion, and worth taking the time to visit.
Saint George - try rock climbing
The magnificent landscape around St George lends itself to all kinds of sports. One of the most popular and taxing is rock climbing. Whether you are experienced or a complete novice there are climbs here to test every level, plus there is plenty of expert tuition available. Do something different this holiday and take a climbing challenge, at the top see the beauty of St George, from a completely different angle.
Salt Lake City - marvel at Temple Square
Salt Lake City is filled with marvels with much of it built in the last 150 years, as a testament to the Mormon Faith. Around Temple Square the three most important buildings to the Mormons can be found, the Temple, the Tabernacle and the Family History Library. Therefore it is easy to see all of them all, in just one day. Try if you can to take an opportunity to listen to the world famous Tabernacle Choir who have performed for presidents and many improtant heads of state.
Salt Lake City - soak up the atmosphere at the Olympic Cauldron Park
The City of Salt Lake hosted the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and created the Olympic Cauldron Park, as a way for the city to remember the historic event. The visitor center and theatre offers people the opportunity to relive the memories of the games in the form of paintings and videos. Included in the Park is the Hoberman Arch under which athletes competing in the games received their medals.
Salt Lake City - view the flats from a hot air balloon
The salt lake flats that give the town its name are completely level, with the town rising out of them, sort of like a mini forest, so it is often hard to take in an overall view of the city without getting some height. A great way to do this is in a hot air balloon in the early morning. Enjoy catching the rays of the sun, as they hit the city and make it gleam in gold.
Introduction of Utah
Located in the southwest of the USA, the state of Utah attracts visitors from all over the world ad is a good place to explore by private transportation. The state also boasts an excellent public transport network as well as a large number of Utah hotels. The capital of this town is Salt Lake City and visitors will find a range of world-class hotels here as well as numerous tourist attractions This Is The Place Heritage Park, the Museum of Natural History and Temple Square. The college town of Cedar City is also a good place to visit and accommodations here come in all shapes and sizes here, ranging from cheap and cheerful options for those on a tight budget to extremely luxurious facilities. Utah is also known for its intense natural beauty and a large number of national parks can be found here as well as lakes, rivers and forests. A popular place to explore is Canyonlands National Park, while the Bryce Canyon National Park contains a natural amphitheatre and other intriguing sandstone formations.