Popular Travel Destinations in Utah

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Looking for an exotic desert adventure, and the opportunity to trek red rock ranges with a beautiful view? Above all, the western state of Utah is the way to go! Traveling the highways and byways, you are bound to be astounded by the exotic landscape, arid deserts, and sand dunes. A multitude of red rock mountains, creeks, and reservoirs makes it the ultimate adventure for all RV travelers visiting America. Utah has quite a reputation for attracting adventure thirsty travelers to try its explorative quests.

Great Salt Lake:

Looking for a quiet escape to a serene location? The Great Salt Lake provides just that opportunity for anyone who wishes to see breathtaking scenery. The Ensign Edge on the north of the Great Salt Lake provides the most beautiful view. Likewise, take this visit as a great opportunity to go to Antelope Island. The island is spread with pearls of white sands, which is quite unique. Also, you can swim or stay afloat on the salty lake or go bask in the sun on a sunny day. Finally, Kayaking through the strong rifts of the fast pacing water gives you a good chance to experience Salt Lake to the fullest.


Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Drive along Highway 12 and visit this amazing display of nature. This huge landscape can easily be accessed by driving Highway 12, on the 120-mile route from Bryce Canyon NP to Capitol Reef NP.  Above all, admire the spectacular view while making stops along the way. Stop along the way for local shops and stores in the middle of nowhere, selling homemade products and organic food. Finally, although quite famous for its views, this place is usually not crowded at all. This gives you a great chance to enjoy the entire view all to yourself.


Deer Valley:

If you’ve had enough of mountains and sands from Utah, you can easily make your way to the ski resort for some winter fun. You can trek across the amazing snow-capped mountains, or take a chair lift to the top and ski your way down. The ski season extends from December to April of the conjoined year when it snows. Moreover, an average of 300 inches of snow blankets the entire mountains of Deer Valley; Little Baldy Peak, Bald Eagle, Bald, Flagstaff, Empire and Lady Morgan. Finally, you can also shop at the exclusive market place or dine-in to a restaurant of your choice.


Bryce Canyon National Park:

The crimson colored rock formations and an amazing hiking experience await you at Bryce Canyon National Park. You can camp your way and spend days trekking around this elusive landscape. Likewise, you can visit the park all year round; it’s amazing when it’s covered in snow. There is the desert paradox of mountain bike rides and ATV during summer and snow glazed treks during winter. It is perfect for family adventures and fun.


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