Greatest Snow On Earth

Utah is named after the Native American tribe called the Utes which means “people of the mountains”. In a state known for its rugged mountain beauty, you can visit anytime of the year and find incredible, outdoor adventures. If you visit in the winter, check out the resorts for some world-class skiing and snowboarding. If you are feeling more adventurous, blaze your own path through hundreds of trails for some unforgettable snowmobiling or search for frozen waterfalls to climb.

Utah really shines in the summer as a nature lover’s paradise with opportunities for camping, backpacking, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. It is also home to the Mighty Five, some of the most pristine and jaw-dropping National Parks in the world. All located within a few hours of each other, you can spend weeks exploring Utah and only see a small portion of what the state has to offer. By the time you leave Utah, you will see why the original inhabitants called themselves the People of the Mountains.


Skiing in Utah

Due to the Greatest Snow on Earth, there are ten world-class ski resorts within an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City’s International Airport. In the winter, Utah’s mountains average over 500 inches ... See more

Temple Square

Immerse yourself in 35 acres of enchantment in the heart of Salt Lake City. Experiencing the history, architecture, gardens, art and the free cultural events on Temple Square will be an unforgettable... See more

Float in the Great Salt Lake

This is a unique way to cool off on a hot summer day. It is so shallow you will have to walk out hundreds of feet into the lake until you get to the water that is deep enough for floating. Slowly, ... See more

Sundance Film Festival

Every year at the end of January, the stars collide, as Hollywood’s elite converge in Park City, Utah for the largest, independent film festival in the United States. The organizational founders brou... See more

Race on Bonneville Salt Flats

Welcome to Bonneville Salt Flats, a land of salt by a lake of salt and one of the fastest auto, truck and motorcycle race tracks in the world. Imagine a place so flat you seem to see the curvature of... See more

Learn About Your Ancestors at the Family History Library

Everything you need to discover your ancestors is available at the Family History Library. There are research experts, classes and access to millions of records at this world-renowned library and it’... See more

Kennecott Copper Mine

In 1887, Enos Andrew Wall purchased claims to the land southwest of Salt Lake City and began underground mining for copper deposits. Later, it was decided that open pit mining would be the best way t... See more

Paddleboard Yoga in a Cave

Located in a little town called Midway, less than an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City, is a volcanic crater that has filled with geothermal water that has been super-heated by lava below the earth’s s... See more

This is the Place Heritage Park

Enjoy some good, old-fashioned fun as you explore this 450 acre living history site that shows you what life was like for the first, non-Native American settlers who arrived in the Salt Lake Valley on... See more

Cosmic Laser Light Show at Clark Planetarium

Surround yourself in colors that burst from the walls and around the room in a spectacular light display. The lights are synced to the music of rock legends like Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. Fog wil... See more

Ride in a Bobsled at the 2002 Olympic Park

It’s one thing to say you went skiing in Utah, but how about taking a ride in a bobsled? You will experience the ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled. A professional, bobsled pilot will take you... See more

Afternoon Tea at the Grand America

Dress in your fanciest clothes, put on your best manners and bring along your favorite people for an afternoon of elegance in the heart of Salt Lake City. Relax to the strains of salon music as you ... See more

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