Planning to visit the Beehive State? You'll be as busy as a bee: attractions, adventures, and resorts in Utah consistently receive high ratings. Utah is one of the best places for couples, families, and individuals to visit.
Utah is home to five national parks, red-rock vistas, bustling cities, and world-class skiing. Rent a car or van so you can explore it all at your leisure. Utah comprises 25 travel regions, each with a dedicated state travel office.
The entire state is packed with opportunities to hike and take in pristine natural beauty. Southern Utah features national parks (Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, and Mesa Verde National Park) and the celebrated scenic destinations of Moab and Escalante/Grand Staircases. Lake Powell and Kanab (Utah's side of the Grand Canyon) also are in far Southern Utah.
Higher-elevation northern Utah is where you'll head for world-class skiing in Park City, home to the Sundance ski resort and the renowned Sundance Film Festival each January, as well as Alta, Deer Valley, and Snowbasin. Northern Utah also is home to Utah's most populous city, Salt Lake City. It's the state capital and home to the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) and important LDS historical attractions. Be aware that hotels in Salt Lake City book up quickly around special events such as the Days of '47 Parade and Rodeo in July, which celebrates Utah's pioneers. Provo (home to Brigham Young University) and Ogden (home to museums and dinosaur fossils) also are in Northern Utah.
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