Red-walled canyons and towering sandstone formations make this tiny town a wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts.
Utah’s National Parks – Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce and Zion – provide an unforgettable experience encompassing untold beauty, fascinating history and a wealth of geological information. Each one has something special to offer whether you’re driving through, hiking around or just standing and gazing in wonder.
Hydrate. Then wait for the sunset. This is adventure in Utah’s Canyonlands.
With its sweeping views of the desert, travelers to Monument Valley often feel like they’re in a John Ford western. Here’s what to see and do in Monument Valley.
From lively brewpubs to champagne powder snow, here are ten good reasons to visit Utah’s capital.
Try the road in this slickrock Mecca.
Zion National Park draws thousands of climbers each year. Here’s why.
The Wave rock formation looks like a huge, pastel-striped ocean wave plopped into the middle of the desert wilderness along the Arizona-Utah border.