Utah’s location at the crossroads of the western United States means travelers enjoy easy access to The Greatest Snow on Earth®, The Mighty Five® national parks and everything in between. Utah’s landscape is varied, ranging from high-desert plateaus to alpine meadows and snow-covered peaks to bird-filled wetlands. Across all the varied terrain you’ll find different national parks and monuments, state parks and cultural and historic activities, not to mention non-stop outdoor recreation. Without a several week road trip it’s hard to experience it all, so plan to come back again and again.
UTAH’S BEST CITIES
UTAH NATIONAL PARKS
OUR FAVORITE UTAH OVERNIGHTS
If your family is heading to Park City, UT (especially for a newbie ski trip) then I highly recommend staying here. They ease TONS of logistical pain-points for those of us traveling with kids. Read more to hear how Hyatt Centric eases your effort so mom and dad can enjoy a vacation, too.
DIVE DEEPER INTO UTAH
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- BUCKSKIN GULCH: TIPS & TRICKS FOR NAVIGATING UTAH’S BEST SLOT CANYON
- HOW TO HIKE THE BEAUTIFUL ZEBRA SLOT CANYON WITH ASSURANCE