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    Utah is made up of vibrant and historic cities and towns, all surrounded by natural beauty. The natural landscapes in Utah are made up of (5) national parks, (9) national monuments, (5) national forests, (44) state parks, (15) ski resorts and millions of additional acres of open spaces with no official designation save for “Utah.”

    Utah is known for its national parks and outdoors, but what makes a Utah vacation truly unique is the proximity of natural wonder to all the attractions and destinations a major metropolitan hub offers. From art and cultural museums to historic sites and resorts spas, your Utah vacation doesn’t have to be about getting off the grid.

    Utah’s world-famous scenery and recreation are accompanied by a host of lodging options to fit your travel style. This includes five star luxury hotels and resorts, inexpensive motels, privately owned RV parks, working ranches, ski lodges, Airbnbs, 300+ public campgrounds and even glamping sites.

    VISIT UTAH 300 North State Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 T: (800)-200-1160 or (801)-538-1900 | E: [email protected] | www.visitutah.com

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    TRANSPORTATION Air Travel Utah is accessible to the world via Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Salt Lake City is an excellent place to begin your trip to understand Utah’s culture, history and local flavors – and see the towering mountains overlooking the city. Travelers can also fly into Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport for slightly closer access to Southern Utah sites, including a 2.5-hour drive from Zion National Park.

    Flights from SLC or other regional airports serve Ogden (OGD) and Provo (PVU) on the Wasatch Front in the Northern Utah, whereas Southern Utah has St. George (SGU) and Moab/Canyonlands (CNY).

    Bus & Rail Travel Amtrak’s California Zephyr is one of the most beautiful train trips in North America. Daily Utah stops include a staffed station in Salt Lake City and unstaffed stops in Provo, Helper and Green River. Amtrak bus service connects to Ogden.

    If you prefer traveling by bus, Greyhound Bus Lines offer frequent service to and throughout Utah on its transcontinental routes along all interstates (I-15, I-84, I-80 and I-70) as well as to Denver along U.S. 40 and Moab along U.S. 191.

    Traveling Around Utah The best way to explore the state is to rent a car, though there are private shuttle and tour options. In the Wasatch Front urban corridor of Northern Utah we suggest you use our easy to use and accessible public transportation, including TRAX light rail, FrontRunner commuter rail and the UTA bus system. For statewide travel, it takes time to travel between major locations. Take advantage of the many scenic byways to enjoy the local scenery, small towns and off the beaten track attractions.

    VISIT UTAH 300 North State Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 T: (800)-200-1160 or (801)-538-1900 | E: [email protected] | www.visitutah.com

    mailto:[email protected] https://www.visitutah.com/

  • VISIT UTAH 300 North State Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 T: (800)-200-1160 or (801)-538-1900 | E: [email protected] | www.visitutah.com

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    NAT IONAL PARKS Arches National Park

    Bryce Canyon National Park Canyonlands National Park Capitol Reef National Park

    Zion’s National Park

    Little Cottonwood Canyon

    MAJOR C IT IES Salt Lake City

    Provo Ogden

    St. George Park City

    CLIMATE Utah is a land of four distinct seasons. Summer temperatures sometimes linger into traditional autumn months and winter snows often coming early or linger late into spring. However, regardless of the season Utah’s climate is temperate, but you should come prepared for extremes – especially if you plan on spending time in the outdoors. Daytime temperatures for Utah’s northern metropolitan areas range from 3°C in January to 34°C in July. In Southwestern Utah, St George’s temperatures are usually at least 2-3°C warmer year-round.

    Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park

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  • VISIT UTAH 300 North State Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 T: (800)-200-1160 or (801)-538-1900 | E: [email protected] | www.visitutah.com

    TOURISM ATTRACTIONS Bonneville Salt Flats

    Broadway at the Eccles Theater City Creek Center

    Dark Sky Parks / Communities (12) Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

    Golden Spike National Historic Park Golf Courses (100+)

    Great Salt Lake MLS’s Real Salt Lake National Forests (5)

    National Heritage Areas (2) National Historic Trails (4) National Monuments (9)

    NBA’s Utah Jazz Ogden’s Historic 25th Street

    Park City’s Historic Main Street Red Butte Garden

    River Rafting Scenic Byways (27)

    Ski Resorts (15) State Parks (44)

    Station Park Temple Square

    The Utah Museum of Fine Arts Tour of Utah

    Tuacahn Amphitheatre Utah Opera & Symphony

    Utah Olympic Park Utah Shakespeare Festival

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    NAT IONAL MONUMENTS Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument

    Timpanogos Cave National Monument Dinosaur National Monument

    Hovenweep National Monument Natural Bridges National Monument Rainbow Bridge National Monument Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Bears Ears National Monument Jurassic National Monument

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  • Arrive into McCarran International Airport

    Transfer to St. George, UT (2 hours, 130 miles)

    Note: You will experience a time zone change from Nevada to Utah

    OVERNIGHT IN ST. GEORGE

    ACTIVITIES IN ST. GEORGE suggested activities: Snow Canyon State Park, Off-Broadway Show at Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre, ATV in Sand Hollow State Park with ATV & Jeep Adventure Tours

    HIKING IN ST. GEORGE Petrified Sand Dunes - 1.2 mi/1.9 km, rated medium/moderate Lava Flow Overlook - 2.5 mi/4 km, rated medium/moderate Johnson Canyon - 1.8 mi/2.9 km, rated easy/beginner

    LUNCH IN ST. GEORGE recommendations include: Painted Pony, Cliffside Restaurant, George’s Corner Restaurant

    Transfer to Cedar City (1 hours, 52 miles)

    ACTIVITIES IN CEDAR CITY suggested activities: Cedar Breaks Scenic Drive (7 mi/11 km, 30 minutes to 1 hour), Utah Shakespeare Festival, Parowan Gap Petroglyphs

    DINNER IN CEDAR CITY recommendations include: Centro Woodfired Pizzeria, Milt's Stage Stop, Chef Alfredo Ristorante Italiano

    OVERNIGHT IN CEDAR CITY

    Transfer to Bryce Canyon National Park (1.5 hours, 77 miles)

    ACTIVITIES IN BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK suggested activities: Guided Tours on Horseback with Canyon Trail Rides

    HIKING IN BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK Rim Trail from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point - 1 mi/1.6km, rated easy/beginner Queens Garden Trail - 1.8 mi/2.9 km, rated medium/moderate Navajo Loop - 1.3 mi/2.2 km, rated medium/moderate

    LUNCH IN BRYCE CANYON recommendations include: Ruby’s Inn, Bryce Canyon Pines

    EVENING ACTIVITIES IN BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK suggested activities: Astronomy Program with Park Rangers

    DINNER IN BRYCE CANYON recommendations include: Stone Hearth Grille, Bryce Canyon Pines, Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill

    OVERNIGHT: BRYCE CANYON

    1 DAY LAS VEGAS, NV »

    ST. GEORGE, UT

    130 MILES / 209 KM 2 DAY ST. GEORGE, UT » CEDAR BREAKS

    NATIONAL MONUMENT

    52 MILES / 83 KM 3 DAY CEDAR CITY, UT » BRYCE CANYON

    NATIONAL PARK

    77 MILES / 123 KM

    National Forest

    National Monument

    UT

  • Transfer to Kodachrome Basin State Park (30 minutes, 22 miles)

    ACTIVITIES IN KODACHROME BASIN STATE PARK suggested activities: Guided Tours on Horseback with Red Canyon Trail Rides, View Grosvenor Arch

    Transfer to Escalante (50 minutes, 42 miles)

    LUNCH IN ESCALANTE recommendations include: Escalante Outfitters Cafe, Kiva Koffeehouse, Magnolia’s Street Food

    ACTIVITIES ON THE WAY TO TORREY suggested activities: All-American Road Scenic Byway 12, hike Calf Creek Falls - 6 mi/9.6 km, rated medium/moderate, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

    Transfer to Torrey (1.5 hours, 65 miles)

    DINNER IN TORREY recommendations include: The Rim Rock Restaurant, Broken Spur Steakhouse, Cafe Diablo

    OVERNIGHT IN TORREY

    Transfer to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park (1 hour, 45 miles)

    ACTIVITIES NEAR MONUMENT VALLEY NAVAJO TRIBAL PARK suggested activities:Jeep Tour with Goulding’s Lodge, Canyon Country Discovery Center, Goosenecks State Park

    Transfer to Page, AZ (2 hours, 122 miles)

    LUNCH IN PAGE recommendations include: Ranch House Grill, Big John’s Texas BBQ

    ACTIVITIES NEAR PAGE/KANAB suggested activities: Guided Tour of Buckskin Gulch with Grand Circle Tours, Guided Tour of White Pocket with Forever Adventure Tours, Enter the lottery for The Wave