Visit Utah

Salt Lake City
3.2 million

Utah is an outdoor lover's paradise, boasting some of the most spectacular scenery in the United States. From its sweeping red rock canyons and deserts to its towering snow-capped mountains, Utah's natural beauty will leave you awe-struck.

For those looking for a real adventure, Zion National Park is a must see. Its towering sandstone cliffs and deep canyons are filled with hiking trails, crystal clear pools and stunning views. There's also Bryce Canyon National Park where visitors marvel at the unique rock formations known as hoodoos that have been created by millions of years of erosion.

Another popular destination for tourists is Moab which offers activities like river rafting on the Colorado River or biking or jeeping through Arches National Park or Dead Horse Point State Park.

Utah also has an interesting history full of pioneers who settled the area in search of religious freedom. One such example is Salt Lake City which was founded by Brigham Young and his followers during their migration Westward in 1847. To this day Salt Lake City remains an important religious center for many Mormons and other religions alike, making it a key part of Utah's cultural heritage and identity.