Do you live in Utah or are you planning a visit soon? We made a list of our top 5 must visit locations you should experience.
1. Zions National Park
We could have an entire blog post dedicated to just Zion’s National Park. From a gorgeous overview atop Angel’s landing 1488 ft. above the canyon floor, to the tight canyon walls of the narrows, there is so much to do here!
We recommend camping at Ponderosa ranch. Imagine returning from a long day of hiking and then jumping into an awesome pool, hot tub, or taking a shower. End the day camping under the stars like any normal campsite. Glamping.
2. Bryce Canyon National Park
We love hiking, even more so through between giant pillars of stone formed by millions of years of pressure and erosion. Aside from hikes, Bryce canyon is full of some of the best star gazing in the country. We recommend heading up to Kings Creek to see one of the best light shows around.
Arches, Canyonlands, Slick Rock Trail, there’s so much to do in Moab we couldn’t choose just one. Moab offers everything, from relaxing on the Colorado River to hiking under the famous delicate arch.
If you go to Moab, plan it out well and you’ll be able to see a lot! While there is camping all over, our favorite place to stay is just west of Moab.
The Albion basin is at the end of a long journey up Little Cottonwood canyon. Home to such famous resorts like Snowbird and Alta, Albion basin offers up some amazing views all within an hour of SLC International Airport.
5. The Bonneville Salt Flats
The Bonneville Salt Flat remains one of our favorite destinations, not for what it has but for what is hasn’t. No plants, wildlife or man made structures mean this place is quiet as it gets. The best part? Drive out onto the flats and point to where you’d like to go!
How many of these locations have you checked off your list? First 5 people to tag in us with your Arvo watch at any of these locations and get an Arvo Pin of your choice!
Comment below once you have!