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Urban Experiences

The majority of Utah's population lives along the metropolitan Wasatch Front, with the capital Salt Lake City at its heart. With mountain ranges lining the valley, this means quick access to nature, as well as a concentration of diverse culture, big-city amenities and distinctive dining just minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. Utah's urban destinations make excellent destinations on their own as well as ideal base camps for your outdoor adventure.

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Wasatch Cities

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    3 Days

    Play The Hits: Exploring Salt Lake City's Iconic Sights

    Utah’s capital city boasts a unique history. It is rich in frontier history for sure but its story didn’t end (or begin) there. Experience the many layers of history, prehistory and contemporary culture.

    Arts, History and Heritage, Urban Experiences

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    Park City Classy Warm-Weather Weekend

    There are many ways to build a magical weekend in Park City. Three days can easily include art galleries, spa time, boutique browsing, food, and live entertainment. And, of course, the mountains make the place, so hiking boots are recommended for your pack list, but you don’t have to spend the entire time — or any time — in outdoor-gear mode. There’s plenty to do, and the itinerary can be as laid-back or active as you like.

    Arts, Events, Support local, Urban Experiences, Wellness

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    5 Days

    Wasatch Wellness

    A Northern Utah wellness guide from Salt Lake City to Ogden, Park City to Provo, that will have you boosting your physical and mental health with wilderness hikes, canyon drives, wellness therapies and farm-to-table dining.

    Adventure, Hiking, Stargazing, Urban Experiences, Wellness

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A Table for All: Feeding Utah's Culture

Written By Karen Bayard

2 minute read

Utah — a naturally beautiful nook — is known for its glorious landscape. But it also supports a surprisingly vibrant food culture, beautifully infused by immigrants and recent transplants.

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