Travel Tips

Travel Tips

  • The Story of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

    by Andrew Dash Gillman | Apr 27, 2015

    Ancient erosion and modern cinema joined forces to elevate Monument Valley to one of the world's most iconic places to visit — but it's also the sacred home of the Navajo people. Learn more about the history, size and scenes that define the Monument Valley Utah experience. Read More

  • Utah Lodges

    by Andrew Dash Gillman | Apr 21, 2015

    Utah is home to an amazing array of lodges, resorts, cabins, yurts and more. Many visitors choose to experience places like the canyons of the Wasatch Front or Southern Utah and its Mighty 5® national parks a specific way, from rustic adventure lodges and dude ranches to luxurious resorts. Here we'll start to list some top accommodations to consider when planning your visit to Utah. Read More

  • Wasatch Mountain State Park

    by Julia Lyon | Sep 4, 2014

    Writer Julia Lyon checked in with Wasatch Mountain State Park's naturalist Kathy Donnell to get the inside take on this incredible state park Read More

  • Utah's Castle Country

    by Julia Lyon | Sep 4, 2014

    On behalf of the Utah Office of Tourism for her Family Adventure Classic Road Trip through Central Utah, writer Julia Lyon caught up with Shalee Johansen, director of Utah's Castle Read More

  • Spotlight on Brigham City

    by Andrew Dash Gillman | Sep 3, 2014

    If you're traveling to or through Northern Utah, consider stopping over for a spell in Brigham City, a charming city defined by its deep heritage, proximity to nature and sublime fruit. Read More