Most Breathtaking Natural Wonders Utah

Arches National Park

It is one of the most visited sites in Utah. If you're driving into the state, you should see the "Welcome to Utah".

Canyonlands National Park

Also around Moab is Canyonlands National Park. The park has two main areas to check out; Island in the Sky and The Needles.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is filled with slot canyons, expansive cliff walls and endless blue skies. There is lots of hiking for all levels.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Not far from Zion is Bryce Canyon National Park. The canyon is made up of many smaller canyons and drainages off the side of the mesa.

Mirror Lake

This is a great recreation area for hiking, fishing, boating, mountain biking, horseback riding and other summer outdoor activities

Great Salt Lake

Many of us have been to Salt Lake City but have never been to the Great Salt Lake. This lake is one of the big lakes.

Dead Horse Poin State Park

Dead Horse Point lies along a choke point in the Colorado River, where the river takes a 180 degree turn back on itself.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

The Grand Staircase gets its name from a series of plateaus that decrease in elevation between Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon.

Bears Ears National Monument

A relatively new monument, Bears Ears is located in southeastern Utah. This monument is named after those twin butts.

Big Cottonwood Canyon

Located on the edge of Salt Lake City in the Unitah-Wasach-Cache National Forest is Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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