Recommended regional trip length: 2 days for Salt Lake City. Add an additional day for each of the following stops: Park City, Heber Valley, Antelope Island State Park, Golden Spike National Historic Park, Bear Lake and Provo Canyon. To extend your visit to Vernal and the Dinosaur National Monument area, add another 2 days.
Recommended regional trip length: 3 days to fully experience the two national parks. Add an additional day for each of the following stops: Moab river rafting, San Rafael Swell, Goblin Valley State Park and Hovenweep National Monument. Add 2-3 days to experience Bears Ears National Monument, Natural Bridges National Monument and Monument Valley.
Recommended regional trip length: 6 days to fully experience the three national parks. Add an additional 1-2 days for each of the following stops: Cedar Breaks National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Lake Powell and Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.
Traveling to Utah
Whether you fly into the Salt Lake City airport, drive or ride to Utah, you’ll find an adventure when you get here.
Where To Stay
Utah's world-famous scenery and recreation are accompanied by a host of lodging options to fit your travel style.
View information for transportation in Utah such as rail, bus, car and flight. Also, find maps, weather details, and road conditions for the state.
Guides and Outfitters
Guides and outfitters allow you to deeply experience the outdoors, without any planning or wayfinding stressors.
Responsible Travel Hub
Each person who visits Utah leaves an impact, review these resources to ensure you're ready to visit thoughtfully.
Plan Your Ski Trip
Utah's easy access to The Greatest Snow on Earth® allows for more time on the mountain and easier planning.
See updated weather information along with common weather patterns in every season throughout the state.
Utah is known for its recreation opportunities, but did you know all of these attractions and activities are accessible to people of all ability levels?
How to Travel Well
A memorable Utah vacation is all about connection. When you plan ahead and travel with intention, you can forge a more meaningful experience.
Planning For Southern Utah's Busy Season
Southern Utah’s most celebrated attractions draw millions of visitors who seek out red-rock trails, canyons and arches not seen anywhere else in the world. But with so much attention on the hot spots, what’s the secret to getting the most out of your Southern Utah trip?
Traveling With Children
A Utah trip can be the perfect mix of adventure and education for you and your kids.
Find Itineraries By
Everyone must go to Yellowstone once in his or her lifetime, and using Northern Utah as your gateway makes it that much greater.
- Antelope Island State Park
- Bear Lake State Park
- Grand Teton and Yellowstone
- Park City
Trekking Along the Dinosaur Diamond Highway
Utah’s Dinosaur Diamond Highway is the perfect guide to experience ancient history, millions of years in the making.
- Dinosaur National Monument
- Jurassic National Monument
- San Rafael Swell
- Dead Horse Point State Park
Rest, Relax and Rejuvenate in the Red Rocks
The breathtaking red rock landscape of southwestern Utah is a perfect getaway for those times when you need some deep rest and rejuvenation. Soak up the warming sun, meditate to the dark Milky Way skies, and nourish yourself at wellness stops along the way.
- Rest and Relax in Utah's Red Rocks
- Yoga in Zion National Park
- Experience a World-Class Spa
- Enjoy a Unique Wellness Experience
Resorts to Red Rock: Utah Relaxation
From world-class spas high up in the Wasatch mountains to meditative adventures through the red rock hoodoos of Goblin Valley, you’ll find solace and reprieve in the diverse landscape that only Utah can offer.
- Park City Spas
- Art and Wellness at Sundance Mountain Resort
- San Rafael Swell Hiking Trails
- Horseback or Hot Air Balloon in Moab
- Valley of the Gods Tour
- Bear Ears and Bluff
Sandstone Spires & Swimming Holes
Walk the paths of dinosaurs and descend through 200 million years of geologic history in this six-day road trip from Vernal to Kodachrome Basin. It’s a kid-friendly desert drive in search of dino tracks, slot canyons and swimming,
- Dinosaur Tracks in Vernal
- Crystal Geyser in Green River
- Hoodoos & Slots of Goblin Valley
- The Red Cliffs of Capitol Reef
- The White Cliffs of Grand Staircase
- Sandstone Spires in Kodachrome Basin