Things to do in Utah
With its rugged and diverse landscape, Utah offers a wild playground for adventure seekers. Whether hiking, biking, climbing, skiing or white water rafting, there are so many things to do in Utah.
One of the most authentic way to explore the dramatic scenery is on foot and hiking one of the 12 National Parks will offer breathtaking views and scenery that will stun even the most seasoned hikers. From jagged canyons in Zion Park, to the vast desert in Monument Valley to the imposing stone arches in the aptly named Arches National Park, the hiking possibilities are never-ending and ever changing.
Wondering what to do in Utah during the winter? With 14 ski resorts Utah boasts “the Greatest snow on Earth”. From the family friendly Wolf Mountain to the steep peaks of Snowbird and Alta, Utah has ski resorts from everyone.
Other things to do in Utah include visiting the Clark Planetarium or the Natural History Museum in Salt Lake City, celeb spotting at Sundance Film Festival in January or road tripping through the scenic byways. With so many outdoor pursuits you could spend decades finishing a list of what to do in Utah.
In the off season at Deer Valley, mountain biking on the slopes is a popular summertime sport. An all-day lift pass goes for less than one-third of the ski-season price.
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The 85 miles from Monticello to Monument Valley pass by ancient pueblos set against a spectacular sandstone backdrop. On the way, visit the Butler Wash Indian Ruin cliff dwelling (off Highway 95), a lesser-known alternative to Colorado's Mesa Verde.
A ski-in, ski-out distillery in a historic building.
Olympic Pedigree: 2002 home to luge, bobsled, skeleton, and Nordic jumping combined events, and where, during the debut of women’s bobsleigh competition, Vonetta Flowers became the first black athlete to earn a winter gold medal.