Utah is a fascinating state with a variety of landscapes ranging from a vast desert to snow covered mountains. Many people go to Utah for their five incredible national parks: Zion, Bryce, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. Visit Utah in the winter to go skiing in one of the many mountains near Salt Lake City or explore the desert in southern Utah.
Visit Arches National Park to see the densest concentration of stone arches in the world, with over 2,000 documented arches. The arches were created by water, ice, extreme temperatures, and underground salt movement. Arches National Park is located in Southeast Utah,
Offering incredible canyon views, Canyonlands National Park makes you feel like you are on a different planet. The canyons were formed by millions of years of erosion of sedimentary rock. The Green River and Colorado River carved into the rock
Monument Valley has incredible rock formations formed through erosion by wind and water. You can drive around Monument Valley, hike between the rock formations, watch the sunset and sunrise, and enjoy incredible views. A weekend is the perfect amount of