Utah represents the best of both the Rocky Mountains and the Desert Southwest. Explore the state's five national parks, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion.
Hike, climb, and mountain bike, enjoy white-water rafting, or discover bird and wildlife watching around the state. In addition to Utah's natural wonders, you can experience fine dining, shopping, spas, golf courses, and heritage sites such as historic Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City.
Gateway to national parks and home to Temple Square, Salt Lake City offers endless options for outdoor enthusiasts, cultural art lovers, families and history buffs.
Just south of Blanding is Bluff, a small outpost that is home to incredible family-friendly river trips, a great museum and one of the most photographed attractions in the Southwest.
While visiting the Grand Canyon, consider a stop at one of 7 state parks within a day's drive. See goblins, spires, sand dunes, and twisting rivers.
Zion National Park's beauty does not end at the park boundary. Here are six ways to experience the area and escape the park’s crowds.
Discover a center dedicated to the Four Corners region and guided outings.
While southwest Utah is known for its red-rock, there’s a pocket of mountains topped by aspens, wildflowers and pine trees. Stop at these 4 spots.
From mountain biking to al fresco dining to live music, Park City, Utah, has a trail for everyone.
This lodge pairs modern convenience with retro charm for the perfect adventure basecamp.
Kitchenettes, an indoor pool and convenient downtown location make Homewood Suites your perfect Moab adventure basecamp.
Avoid the crowds, enjoy fantastic food and discover the hidden gems along the way to three of the Southwest’s most popular national parks.
Gateway to Arches and Canyonlands national parks, as well as Dead Horse Point State Park, and the cool waters of the Colorado River, here are our favorites in Moab.
Take in Utah’s stunning color palette in and around Capitol Reef National Park.
The closest lodging to Bryce Canyon and near Zion and the Grand Canyon, stay at the hotels, RV park, tipis & campground. Horseback rides. ATV & bicycle rentals.
So you think you know Salt Lake City? We bet you don't know about it's thriving beer scene and five more surprises.
Salt Lake City's most popular attraction and headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the 35-acres has more than 15 attractions
See seven national park sites on the breathtaking scenic road trip from the Grand Canyon to Arches to Zion.
Discover the solitude you’ve been searching for just east of Bryce Canyon National Park in towns like Boulder and Escalante, Utah.
Head north from the Grand Canyon to explore one of Utah's five national parks - Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Zion, and Bryce