Backpacking in Utah can take you through alpine forests, red rock lands, jagged peaks or lush waterways.
The camping is nearly boundless in Utah — find free camping, campgrounds near national parks, or browse by state region to start planning your trip.
There are many good reasons why Utah is world famous for its bike riding, both cycling and mountain. View maps and information, trails, resources and recommendations.
Utah has more than 1,000 fishable lakes and numerous fishing streams.
There are thousands of miles of great hiking trails throughout Utah. Some trails are most well-suited to rugged, multi-day backpacking, but there are innumerable "out and back" and "loop" hikes ranging from quick trots to stunning formations, and moderate paths than can be done in a few hours to full-day explorations.
Explore Utah mountain biking on the state’s most popular trails including Slickrock, Gooseberry Mesa, Thunder Mountain and Good Water Rim.
Nature and Wildlife
Utah is a land of contrast and variety in landscapes, in color, in precipitation, and of abundant natural, undeveloped space necessary for a healthy ecosystem full of wildlife.
OHV And Off-Road
Four wheel your way through Utah's scenic landscapes on your OHV or ATV. Find off road trails, riding rules and registration requirements.
Plan your adventure through the whitewater rivers in Utah where you will enjoy river rafting, kayaking and boating. Find river information and trip ideas.
Rock Climbing and Bouldering
Find the best rock climbing and bouldering areas in Utah and learn about climbing and backcountry exploration ethics in our beautiful state.
Slot canyons in Utah are some of the best in the world and many are easily accessible. Find out what slot canyons are and where they’re located.
Utah offers many stellar stargazing opportunities in its state parks, national parks and national monuments. Find a certified dark sky viewing location in Utah.