Consider traveling late spring through fall. Summer can get a bit hot during the day, but many reservoirs and rivers make for great cooling off experiences.

Add extra days to explore the parks

Three national parks (with time to enjoy them) and some gems along the way

First time to Salt Lake City? This is SLC 101.

Skip the summer crowds and enjoy Southern Utah’s wonders in solitude

Cozy up in a lodge or stay downtown. Everything is close by.

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15 Non-Technical Slot Canyons to Explore Now 7 min read

You don’t have to be Spider-Man to explore some of the best slot canyons Utah has to offer. You just need to be ready for an adventure in tight spaces with huge photographic rewards

Whitney Childers
Whitney Childers
Writer, Editor, Media Director
The Ultimate Guide to Dinosaur Discovery While on a Trip to Utah 8 min read

State-of-the-art museums dot the state beckoning you to experience prehistoric or head out to nature for on-site venues that will transport you back more than 150 million years. You’ll find yourself hunting for dino tracks embedded in red rock or walking along the most historically significant quarry sites in the world. See all the sites here.

Whitney Childers
Whitney Childers
Writer, Editor, Media Director
Kanab: It's About the Sizzle 6 min read

Visit an outpost of adventure in Southern Utah where a shared love of place and friendly competition has spurred a culinary renaissance. Amid stunning red rock landscapes and vivid Hollywood history, discover a French bakery and comfort food, organic and vegan options, and eclectic slow food. All in a town of under 5,000 people.

Andrew Dash Gillman
Andrew Dash Gillman
Writer, Creative and Content Manager