New Travel Experiences
High Art & Hometown Americana
There’s no shortage of fun things to do in Logan, Utah. From theatre to arts and crafts to unique dining, we have your Logan guide. Check it out!
Reef Walking, Petroglyphs and Bones
Check out the world’s densest concentration of dinosaur bones at Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry and explore other prehistoric wonders around Utah.
Riding the Arapeen OHV Trail of Central Utah
Looking for the best off-roading trails in Utah? You have to try the Arapeen OHV Trail, featuring hundreds of miles of scenic backcountry trails in Central Utah. Start planning now!
There’s no better place to go birding in Utah than the Bear River Migratory Refuge. Learn more and start planning the ultimate nature getaway!
Road To Mighty Off the Beaten Path
For the soul who wants to venture off the beaten path and explore hidden gems or yearns to visit places before they become Instagram-famous, we’ve got you covered. Explore some of our popular itineraries below, or filter through all road trip itineraries on Utah's Road to Mighty.
Easy Riding: Southern Wasatch to Monument Valley
Talking about freedom and living it are two different things. Utah’s iconic American West offers both the picture-perfect backdrops to freedom and the roads for living it. This six-day itinerary follows the open-road inspiration of “Easy Rider."
Ready for the most adrenaline-inducing, heart-hammering adventures Southern Utah has to offer? Whether you’re into bombing single track, charging Class V rapids, tackling hidden trails or jumping out of planes — we've got nine days of thrills for you to cross off your bucket list.
Phoenix to Monument Valley: Exploring Utah's Historic Sites
Share the same reverence for the landscape as the first prehistoric inhabitants and the modern-day Native Nations as you embark on this six-day road trip to the Monument Valley region.
Southern Dinos and Goblins
From fossils and petroglyphs to slot canyons and goblins, you’ll have four days of “oohs” and “ahhs” for the whole adventuring family.
Parks and Monuments by Region
The densely populated Wasatch Front is home to vibrant cities like Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo. The cultural amenities of these welcoming cities welcome travelers arriving via SLC International. It's worth hanging around. But fans of Utah know just how close they are to Utah's renowned outdoor recreation. Head for the "backyard" Wasatch Mountains or browse by region below to uncover dozens of parks and monuments and thousands of miles of trails and rivers through incredibly scenic and serene places.
Guides and Outfitters
Guides and outfitters allow you to deeply experience the outdoors, without any planning or wayfinding stressors.
Northern Utah is full of fun and breathtaking beauty. Learn about popular Northern Utah destinations, from outdoor adventures to thriving towns.
Southeastern Utah is anchored by Arches and Canyonlands national parks, and the active tourism basecamps of Moab and Green River. Further south, explore the vast stretch of land known as Bears Ears country, including Native American communities and sites, such as Monument Valley and Hovenweep.
The majority of visitors to southwestern Utah focus their efforts on Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks. These parks anchor an entire region of national monuments, state parks and national forests.
More Planning Tools
Northern Utah Adventure Gateway Towns
Looking for outdoor adventures in The Beehive State? These northern Utah cities are perfect spots to set up base camp. Start planning today!
Planning Ahead for Your Utah Adventure: Outdoors Tips for Three-Season Fun
Before you plan your Utah outdoor adventures, check out our guide to proper preparation. You’ll enjoy your action-packed travels even more. Read now!
Utah's Scenic Byways
In total, Utah’s distinct topography provides the surface for 28 scenic byways, which add up to hundreds of miles of vivid travel experiences wherein the road trip is as memorable as the destination.