Ideal duration: 7 - 8 days
Best Time: April - May, September - October
Major Airports: Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), Tremonton Airport (TRT)
The state of Utah is Mother Nature's canvas sculpted by the wrath of time into a rare beauty that leaves visitors enchanted. The foliage of deserts and mountains, lakes and canyons across the state gives a unique edge to vacation in Utah. The North of the state is forged with verdant alpine forests and young mountains. Hiking, Camping, and biking trails along the Logan Canyon in the Bear River Mountains are popular among both tourists and locals.
The snow-covered Wasatch Mountains in the winters are skier's paradise. The Sundance festival in Park City draws in large crowds also exploring the mountains for skiing in the best ski resorts of the state. The Great Salt Lake, in Antelope State Island Park, is the premier attraction in the vicinity of the state capital, Salt Lake City besides the shopping, dining, theatre, and world-class ballet experience in the city.
The south side of the state abode the 'Mighty 5' the five national parks of great Utah harbouring the beautiful red rock canyons of Utah. These striking canyons are compact with cliffs, waterfalls, arches, dusty dirt trails, and petrified dunes. Stunning view of the landscape with beautiful backdrops of snowcapped mountains is the best way to rejuvenate while on a long drive through the Highways that runs right across the Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. Sunset under the Delicate Arch in the Arches National is a sight to behold. Central Utah is the vast stretch from the Alpines to the Canyons replete with hunting and fishing adventures and some amazing scenic beauty along the driveway.