A memorable Utah vacation is all about connection. When you plan ahead and travel with intention, you can forge a more meaningful experience. Try slowing your pace, seeking out solitude, discovering and honoring local cultures or moving beyond the familiar with a guided experience. A journey that prioritizes physical and mental wellness is one you will remember for years to come.
Wellness travel is vacationing with your physical and mental health in mind, intentionally treating your body to clean food, daily movement and new experiences that foster clarity and calmness during your trip and beyond. Wellness is often an inherent desire of a vacation or getaway, but bringing it to the forefront of your travel planning will help you deepen connection with yourself and with Utah’s lands and communities.
There’s a sense of excitement that comes with planning a trip; finding the best local restaurants, embracing a region’s history, and knowing which overly crowded destinations you might avoid. As you venture into Utah’s natural spaces, consider the impact you will make there. We call that Forever Mighty — traveling thoughtfully and experiencing nature most fully while preserving it for generations to come.
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.
Red Rock & Dark Skies: Stargazing the National Parks
This road trip through southwest Utah takes you to four of Utah’s best places to see the Milky Way — Capitol Reef National Park, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
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.
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.