Arches National Park

This is a popular Utah attraction. The Welcome to Utah sign features Delicate Arch. North of Moab is Arches National Park. It takes three-and-a-half hours from Salt Lake City.

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park surrounds Moab. The park includes two main attractions: Island in the Sky and The Needles. Northern Moab is near Island in the Sky.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park has slot canyons, towering cliffs, and azure skies. There's hiking for everyone. Canyoneering is great in Zion. Canyoneering involves rappelling

 scrambling, hiking, and swimming. Explorers traverse the canyon. Zion offers canyoneering for novices to experts. Canyoneering requires park permits.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is near Zion. Many mesa-side canyons and drainages make up the canyon. Hoodoos fill the canyon. The Needles in Canyonland National Park evolved similarly to these spires.

Mirror Lake

Mirror Lake lies in the Uinta Mountains at 10,000 feet. Mirror Lake is a nice place to unwind away from the city. Mirror Lake located east of Park City, Utah, away from tourists.

Great Salt Lake

Many have visited Salt Lake City but not the Great Salt Lake. It is the largest western hemisphere saltwater lake between the great lakes and the Pacific Ocean.

Big Cottonwood Canyon

Salt Lake City borders Big Cottonwood Canyon in Unitah-Wasach-Cache National Forest. Solitude and Brighton skiing necessitate traveling up Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Spring runoff and snow melt make canyon trekking and climbing great. Take a scenic canyon hike to escape the city below. Hike alpine lakes. Dogs are prohibited in Big Cottonwood Canyon, a watershed.

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