Top LGBTQIA+ Things to Do
See a landscape that mirrors the composition of its culture: diverse, elevated and colorful
Whether your chosen venue for seeing Utah is isolation among the mountains and red rocks or dining and drinks among friends, there is a place and countless venues for everyone here. It’s a daunting task to count the spaces to hike to, bike through, shop in, ski down, eat at, or with all things-Utah in mind, be inspired by.
And of course, don’t miss Salt Lake City. You might be surprised to learn that a larger percentage of Salt Lake City’s population self-identifies as gay than Los Angeles. The state’s Utah state capital is indeed one of the 10 gayest cities in the country, according to a recent Gallup poll. It ranked No. 7 with 4.7 percent of its people identifying as gay. If you’re surprised, you haven’t spent enough time in this gay-friendly town, known for both a hip urban atmosphere and easy access to the great outdoors.