With around 2.9 residents, thousands of people visit Utah every year. Many of these visitors look forward to going skiing, exploring the national parks, or going river rafting. There are also lots of activities for people who like to be somewhere comfortable or those who are not that adventurous.
The most popular Utah attractions, however, are those involving outdoor activities, such as hiking and seeing the beauty of nature. Here are 4 best attractions in Utah you have to see the next time you’re in the state.
Bryce Canyon park
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Bryce Canyon is well-known for its odd rock pillars referred to as hoodoos. You can spend any amount of time you want in Bryce Canyon. The park contains numerous hiking trails, with each one divided into 1-3 levels: strenuous, moderate, or easy for you to choose appropriately. You can pass the night camping with loved ones or attempt horseback riding on specific trails at specific times of the year. Also, you can enjoy other activities such as telescope gazing, as well as guided moonlight hikes.
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Zion national Park
This Utah’s first ever national park. Zion is one of the leading attractions for people who love outdoor activities and history. There are beautiful sandstone cliffs spanning cream, red, and pink, not to mention a narrow canyon. Zion is also home to special animals and plants. Those who wish to work out during the excursion can canyoneer, hike, backpack, bike, boat, rock climb, or try horseback riding. If you love a more relaxing atmosphere, you can participate in ranger-led activities such as walks or talks or bird-watch.
Arches national park
Arches national park has more than two thousand natural stone arches, huge pinnacles, well balanced rocks, and massive fins. Wherever you are in Arches, you will be able to see unique textures, land forms, as well as colors that make this park seem like another one-of-a-kind planet. Depending on the period of the year, it’s possible to see picturesque views while you drive along the park’s 18-mile road, and you can go backpacking, canyoneering, biking, hiking, rock climbing, or horseback riding. There are different lengths of trails and you may also attend a ranger-guided program or spend the whole night camping.
Canyonlands National Park
This is one of Utah’s best attractions to visit. It has plenty of canyons and buttes that have been created by River Colorado over the years. You can explore these four areas: Island in the Sky, the Maze, the Needles, and the rivers. If you’d like to check the park’s back country, head to the Needles for a hike. And if you wish to showcase your skills, go to the Maze. Or you can check the stacks of Native American rock artifacts at Horseshoe Canyon Unit or go for a flatwater/whitewater trip.