Teaming Mountain West wonders with the Greatest Snow on Earth ®,
Utah is a year-round world-class travel destination.


  1. Logan/Bear Lake
  2. ogden
  3. Davis County
  4. Park City
  5. Salt Lake City
  6. Vernal/Flaming
  7. Heber
  8. Utah Valley / Provo
  9. Central Utah
  10. Castle Country
  11. Moab
  12. Capitol Reef
  13. Bryce Canyon National Park
  14. Canyonlands National Park
  15. Monument Valley
  16. Escalante/Grand Staircase
  17. Lake Powell
  18. Grand Canyon National Park
  19. Zion National Park
  20. St George
  21. Cedar City

Home to snow-capped mountain ranges, wild rivers, and colourful redrock canyons, strap on a backpack and start exploring.

Utah’s rivers and lakes are made for rafting, kayaking, waterskiing and boating. Yes, you read that right: the US’ second-driest state should be your first choice for water-based adventures.

Are you a hardcore climber? Then Utah’s landscape has your name all over it. For towering cliffs head on over to Zion National Park and the Virgin River Gorge. Got a hankering for red rock canyons and gorges? Southeastern Utah’s Moab region will scratch that itch. Whatever your climbing level, Utah can match it.

Whether you spend your time photographing the unforgettable southern vista, getting your paddle on at the majestic Lake Powell, or skiing the run of your dreams, Destination Utah guarantees you won’t leave Utah unchanged.


Bryce Canyon

Located in South-western Utah, sitting at a higher elevation than neighbouring Zion Park, Bryce Canyon National Park has been wowing nature lovers and outdoor adventurers since 1928.

Day trippers revel in its horseshoe-shaped amphitheatres, colourful limestone rock, slot canyons, windows, fins, and hoodoo’ spires.

If you’re on foot or on bike, Bryce Canyon boasts popular summer activities including camping, hiking, wildlife watching, photography and star gazing.

Cedar City

Whether you prefer your outdoor activities at a leisurely pace, like fishing or golf, or more hardcore, like powering your mountain bike down a steep slope or repelling into a slot canyon, Cedar City can deliver on both counts.

Billed as the gateway to Utah’s National Parks, Cedar City is a great base to explore the region’s natural beauty, monuments and recreation areas


Moab is an outdoor adventure Mecca famous for slick rock mountain biking.

It is home to two national parks, beautiful red rock scenery and the pristine waters of the Colorado River. As one of the most popular outdoor destinations in southwest US, Moab is ideal for mountain biking, hiking, four wheel driving, and river trips.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley is home to red mesas and buttes that typify the American West.

A wide, flat landscape dotted with crumbling sandstone formations jutting hundreds of feet into the air, changing colour depending on the weather.

Home to Navajo Indian Nation and the Four Corners Monument, the area’s unique sandstone formations has seen it become the backdrop of many western movies.

Park City

Throughout summer, Canyons, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain resorts’ lifts and runs are converted into mile upon mile of biking and hiking trails.

Come summertime in Utah it’s blue skies all the way and you can seek your thrills on alpine slides, golfing, horseback riding, stream fishing and more. The idyllic foothills are covered with wildflowers, while the cool mountain breeze means the heat’s never unmanageable.

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City serves as the gateway to Utah’s world-class ski and summer resorts, national parks and recreation areas.

Salt Lake City offers lively night life, including Wendover’s casinos. Historic Mormon Temple Square charms tourists year in, year out, while other must-sees include the region’s fifteen national parks and monuments, all within a day’s drive.

St George

With a rich and varied geological history, the area incorporates the Mojave Desert 2,000 feet above sea level and Pine Valley Mountain’s 10,000-foot Alpine Wilderness. It’s also home to Zion National Park.

In addition to its natural beauty, St George features impressive golf courses, tennis courts, mountain biking, horseback riding, road cycling, and hiking trails.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is a rare refuge that’s beauty can’t be fully captured in either words or pictures.

Utah’s oldest national park, the immensity of its canyons, views and hikes is awe-inspiring and attracts some 3 million visitors annually.

Visitors can take in the famed formations of the Great White Throne, Angels Landing, and Weeping Rock, and avid hikers can challenge themselves on famous hikes such as The Subway, Angels Landing and The Narrows.