Travelers seeking to explore Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park may find Moab to be a suitable base.
The world-famous slopes of this town hosted a number of 2002 Winter Olympics sports, but visitors can do more than just ski and snowboard.
You might think of Salt Lake City and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints right away, but you would be doing yourself a disservice if you only considered Temple Square.
Monument Valley is a region with a distinctively red terrain that is shared by Arizona and Utah.
The 30,000 acres of hard, white salt that make up the Bonneville Salt Flats are arguably Utah's most distinctive natural attraction.
The third-largest city in terms of population in Utah, Provo, provides quick access to many of the state's national parks. In addition, tourists can engage in whitewater rafting, rock climbing, and biking inside the municipal limits.