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Top Rated Attractions And Best Places To Visit In Utah, USA

Discover the U.S. state of mountains, valleys, and exceptional natural wonders that you would never find anywhere else in the world!
Meenakshi Sutar Jun 10, 2020
Zion National Park
Located in southern Utah, Zion National Park features Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs. The scenic forest trails, and hiking trails passing along the Virgin River lead to Emerald Pools with waterfalls and a hanging garden.
Numerous campgrounds allow camping, hiking, horseback riding, and canyoneering. This family-friendly National Park is a great place for spending leisure time.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Visit this amazing park that is famous for the distinct hoodoos which are spire-shaped rock formations in red, white, and orange colors.
The hiking trails include the wide Bryce Amphitheater, a hollow filled with hoodoos lying below the Rim Trail hiking trail.
Also, visit the Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point,  and Bryce Point.
You will love watching stargazing events and evening programs on astronomy, night-time animals, and night sky protection.
Arches National Park
If you want to witness nature’s miracle, visit Arches National Park in Utah that features over 2000 natural sandstone arches. These geological formations include the Balanced Rock, Devils Garden, Delicate Arch, and Landscape Arch.
Great Salt Lake
The Great Salt Lake is the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere where you can enjoy watching picturesque views of sunrise and sunset.
Salt Lake City
Apart from the Great Salt Lake, the capital city of Utah offers many other attractions like Zoos & gardens, Historic sites, Arts & Museums, Theme & Water parks, and Olympic venues where you can enjoy skating, skiing, and snowboarding.
Park City
The historic Park City in Utah has been a popular destination for various things to do like golfing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and winter activities such as skiing, and snowmobiling.
Lake Powel
Utah tour is incomplete without visiting this amazing manmade blue water reservoir that offers so many things like boating, kayaking, waterskiing, fishing, and swimming.
In addition to various water activities, Lake Powel is also a wonderful destination for camping and hiking while enjoying scenic views of red rocks and sandy beaches.
Canyonlands National Park
Witness the colorful landscape eroded into several canyons, mesas, and butts carved by Colorado River and Green River.
Hiking through this magical place with spectacular views around feels like we have landed on a paradise on earth!
Kanab
Popular as “Little Hollywood”, Kanab is a happening city in Utah surrounded by towering Navajo sandstone cliffs and vistas of sagebrush.
You can visit various deserted film sets in the city. Foodies can try out different traditional fast-food and dining options.
Dead Horse Point State Park
Visit this unique state park that towers 2000 feet above the Colorado River. Loaded with various tourist spots like hiking trails, climbing & camping canyons.
The scenic points that overlook spectacular Canyonland’s pinnacles, the Dead Horse Point State Park has become a great place for photography enthusiasts.
Monument Valley
Witness the amazing sandstone rock formations in the Monument Valley. The Navajo Tribal Park with red rock buttes and mesas make this a favorite destination of tourists and photographers.
Capitol Reef National Park
Visit the wonderful Capitol Reef National Park that features Waterpocket Fold known as a wrinkle on the earth.
The Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden gem of Utah loaded with cliffs, canyons, white domes, and bridges.
St. George
Explore the St. George city that offers many attractions like state parks with dunes & cliffs, gardens, golf courses, scenic destinations for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Natural Bridges National Monument
Visit Utah’s first national monument and witness the splendid three natural bridges that are carved by water over thousands of years.
Dinosaur National Monument
Observe the naturally preserved bones of Dinosaurs at the Quarry in Dinosaur National Monument. Also, visit the Pictographs and Petroglyphs that would make you speechless when you see this incredible rock art!
Nature’s magic is truly mysterious and unanswerable. You only need to feel its power and bow your head to it. Visiting the natural wonders in Utah will give you the same feeling. Worth to visit once in a lifetime!
Other Cities to worth visit in Utah, USA
Ogden
Ogden is a city north of Salt Lake City, in Utah. It’s a gateway to ski resorts like Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley. It is very popular tourist attraction.
Provo
Provo is home to Brigham Young University and its museums. The BYU Museum of Paleontology houses a collection of dinosaur fossils. Trails lead up Y Mountain for panoramic city views.
Logan
Logan is a city in Cache County