Observation Point Trail In Utah Is Full Of Awe-Inspiring Rock Formations

Zion National Park is a well-known and (very) well-loved park located in the gorgeous state of Utah. Sure, you can hike the trails that are most famous and most popular, but sometimes you’re looking for something a little less traveled.

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Take A Haunted Road Trip To Visit Some Of The Spookiest Places In Utah

Do you believe in ghosts? Whether you’ve seen some for yourself, or you just love that spine-tingling feeling you get when you hear about them, we’ve created this road trip especially for you! It will take you to the most haunted places in Utah. Who knows? Maybe you’ll see one of these legendary ghosts. What are you waiting for? Gas up the car and start our haunted road trip … if you dare.

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The Coolest Visitor Center In Utah Is Filled With Dinosaurs

Located near the Utah and Arizona state line is the small town of Big Water. Home to approximately 475 people, this town is known for being close to incredible outdoor attractions like the Wave at Coyote Buttes, Paria Rimrocks Toadstool Hoodoos, and Lake Powell. But, there is another destination that is often overlooked near Big Water — the Big Water Visitor Center. This may be one of the coolest visitor centers in southern Utah as it takes you back in time — far, far back in time.

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Nine Mile Canyon Has More Prehistoric Rock Art Than Anywhere Else In Utah

Utah’s first residents left behind dwellings, artifacts, and lots of prehistoric rock art, all of which give us clues about what their lives were like thousands of years ago. You can find petroglyphs in many places all over the Beehive State, but there’s one place that has more rock art than anywhere else in Utah. In fact, it’s known as the “World’s Largest Art Gallery!” Check out Nine Mile Canyon:

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The White Rim Road Is 100 Miles Of White Knuckle Driving In Utah That’s Not For The Faint Of Heart

Canyonlands National Park is a vast, wild space that encompasses 337,598 acres. It’s absolutely stunning, but much of the park is also difficult to access. Guests will need four-wheel drive for many of the park’s roads, and should always be prepared with plenty of gas, water, and food before heading into the remote sections of the park.

The White Rim Road makes a loop around the Island in the Sky section of Canyonlands. If you have the vehicle (and the nerve) to explore it, it’s an unforgettable adventure.

Fry Sauce Was Invented At This Charming Hamburger Stand In Utah In The 1950s

If you’ve lived in Utah very long, you’ve certainly encountered fry sauce, but did you know that it was invented right here in the 1950s? The iconic Beehive State condiment has spread across the country, and can even be purchased at grocery stores now, but it got its start at a little hamburger stand called Arctic Circle.

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Roll The Windows Down And Take A Drive Down La Sal Mountain Loop Scenic Byway In Utah

A scenic drive is the perfect way to spend an afternoon, and when you’re ready to soak in the beauty of the Beehive State you’ll want to pack a picnic, gas up the car and head to Moab. Let’s explore the La Sal Mountain Loop!

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Here Are The 12 Absolute Best Places To Stay In Utah

Whether you enjoy hiking around the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City, climbing at Red Rock, taking in the unique rock formations in Arches National Park near Moab, or rafting the exciting rapids in the Colorado River just a hop skip and a jump from the Grand Canyon in Arizona, there is no denying that Utah is one of the best vacation destinations for those who love the outdoors. And what better way to enjoy all that exciting outdoor recreation than taking a road trip to this lovely state? Here are some of the best places to stay in Utah that have more panache than your average hotel.



Best Places to Stay in Utah for Families

There is so much to do in Utah on a family vacation. Whether you love skiing, hiking in the mountains, taking in the nightlife in Salt Lake City, or stopping by the Hogle Zoo for the lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! These two-family vacation rentals are the perfect home base for all that Utah has to offer.

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The Pony Express Trail Was Legendary, And It Ran Right Through Utah

Utah was once the Wild West, full of vast stretches of land, indigenous people, wild horses, and an occasional hardy trapper or fur trader. In the mid-1800s, Westward Expansion was in full swing, and the Pony Express carried the mail from Missouri to California. This legendary trail cut right through Utah, and you can travel along some of the trail to see historic sites today.

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Photographers Flock To Utah To Set Up Their Tripods At These 13 Gorgeous Spots

We’re continually blown away by the talent of Utah photographers. They produce some truly incredible photos of our favorite places all over the state, and if you’re a rookie who’s ever tried to get a good pic of a waterfall, starry sky, or river, you know just how difficult it can be to excel at the craft.

Whether you’re a photographer who’s new to Utah, or a long-time Utahn who’s new to photography, you might wonder where to start capturing Utah’s natural beauty. Though you’ll find interesting, engaging, picturesque subjects to photograph all over the Beehive State, we have a few suggestions. These 13 spots are all so gorgeous that photographers regularly flock to them. Take a look:

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