Home to many gorgeous national and state parks, Utah is a spectacular vacation destination in every season. 

Enjoy scenic driving, hiking, and biking in the warmer months, and skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in the winter. Spring brings wildflowers and fall offers leaf color.

Zion National Park is one of Utah's Mighty 5. Many hikers visit Zion to attempt the famous Angel's Landing or The Narrows, but the park has many easy trails as well. 

Bryce National Park is renowned for its hoodoo formations. They look even more stunning when coated with a light dusting of snow. The Queen's Garden/Navajo Loop is a great way to get up close.

Delicate Arch is the most popular attraction in Arches National Park, but the park offers many other stunning rock formations as well. Double Arch and Sand Dune Arch are two other hikes to try. 

Canyonlands National Park features epic Southwest vistas without the crowds. The park offers scenic drives, four-wheel drives, and hiking. 

Capitol Reef rounds out Utah's Mighty 5. Many visitors to Utah do a road trip through all five parks as a bucket list adventure!

The Wasatch Range, located close to Salt Lake City, are a four-season outdoor playground, with several ski resorts and hiking and biking when it's warmer.

There are many stunning state parks to explore in Utah as well. Snow Canyon, Dead Horse, and Goblin Valley feature splendid scenery and a variety of outdoor activities.

Many visitors arrive to Utah via Las Vegas, but Salt Lake City makes a great start point as well, with museums, gardens, and culture.

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