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Utah has the Wasatch Mountains and Salt Lake City to the north, the salt flats and Great Basin Desert to the west, red rock country and national parks to the south — and mountains, rivers, forests and state parks everywhere in between. Wherever you're headed, there's a local community and basecamp town to provide you important amenities and insider knowledge along the way. Without a several-week road trip, it’s hard to experience it all, so pick a region and itinerary to start with, then come back again and again.

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7 Days

Yellowstone Loop

Everyone must go to Yellowstone once in his or her lifetime, and using Northern Utah as your gateway makes it that much greater.

Dinosaurs, Hiking, History and Heritage, Kid-Friendly, Scenic Drives/Road Trips, Wildlife


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7 Days

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.

Dinosaurs, Hiking, Kid-Friendly, Scenic Drives/Road Trips


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5 Days

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.

Scenic Drives/Road Trips, Solitude, Wellness


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7 Days

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.

Hiking, Solitude, Wellness


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6 Days

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,

Dinosaurs, Hiking, History and Heritage, Kid-Friendly, Scenic Drives/Road Trips


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Responsible Travel

As you travel through Utah, you'll find communities and individuals who are the local stewards of their place. Our destination is their home, their passion. You'll also encounter fragile ecosystems. Tread Lightly in Utah by modeling appropriate behavior and leaving the areas you visit better than you found them. We call this, Forever Mighty.

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