Utah is an amazing state with such dramatic landscapes that just make us go WOW! Zion National Park is amazing and what an experience to explore such rugged terrain! Also, Utah has some amazing hot springs that you can relax in and maybe be so relaxed that you never leave the state!
1. Take a Tour of Zion National Park
Follow the path where ancient pioneers once walked and be truly amazed at the beauty and history that is Zion National Park. Walk through the deep canyons and through the Virgin River for an experience of a lifetime.
2. Dip Into Ogden Canyon Hot Springs
Enjoy alpine beauty, fishing and these amazing hot springs!
3. Take a Boat Tour of Lake Powell
Lake Powell is the ultimate playground. Rent a houseboat or enjoy our Resorts and hotel and hop aboard a guided expedition 🙂
4. Be Astonished by Paria Mountains
The side of the mountains have spectacular colors due to their encrusted minerals strictly made from God for your enjoyment.
5. Come See the Amazing Arches National Park
Daily temperatures reach 100 degrees in this heated desert like park. Dress cool, wear lots of sunscreen, a hat and enjoy over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks.
6. Enjoy The Lower Kanarra Falls at Zion National Park
Kanarra Creek offers a fun slot canyon hike in a very photogenic canyon just outside the Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park.
7. Walk Through Buckskin Gulch in Paria Canyon
Buckskin Gulch is alleged to be the longest slot canyon in the world!
8. Stay The Night At Amangiri Resort
Built around a central swimming pool with spectacular views, the resort blends into its dramatic surrounds where deep canyons and towering plateaus create a raw landscape of immense power. oooooooohhhh la la ♥
9. Be Mesmerized At The Midway Ice Castles
Only available in the colder months of the year – check out the fascinating ice sculptures around a mesmerizing canyon of ice!
10. Visit The Bonneville Salt Flats
The salt flats are actually the bed of a massive lake which rivaled in size with Lake Michigan. The flats are composed mainly of potash salts ranging in thickness from less than one inch to six feet. The Bonneville Salt Flats have attracted racers from throughout the world and have become the site of numerous land speed records. The attraction for these racers is due to the hard, flat surface area so flat that from certain perspectives the curvature of the earth can actually be seen.