Wasatch Front and Back Geocaching
Roughly 80 percent of Utah's population lives along the vibrant metropolitan corridor of the Wasatch Front. A primary reason is the backyard mountain range that offers endless national forest, cool reservoirs and incredible mountain resorts to complement the full portfolio of downtown business, nightlife, performing arts and culture.
Davis County: The ridgeline of Antelope Island State Park is visible throughout the county. The park features more than 36 miles of trails, extensive wildlife including a free-roaming bison herd and historic Fielding Garr Ranch. Also visit for birding at the Great Salt Lake, Mueller Park and Lagoon amusement park.
Salt Lake County: Puzzle your way through Utah's most populous county, from Capitol Hill and a bustling downtown to a historic farm and the mountain canyons that annually collect more than 500 inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth®.
Summit County: You may know Summit County for Park City's two mountain resorts and Historic Main Street, but there's so much more to this scenic and adventurous stretch of the Wasatch Back region.
Utah County: Utah’s second-most populous county is also a treasure trove of interesting history, beautiful and historic state parks, Thanksgiving Point, and spectacular outdoor recreation, including the stunning Provo and American Fork canyons. Visit Sundance Mountain Resort and Timpanogos Cave National Monument.
Wasatch County: Visit the idyllic Heber Valley, where European-style accommodations meet rustic Western heritage, then continue your tour through mountainous county that includes some of the state's best fishing spots.
Weber County: From Utah's oldest saloon to a true Eden in the Ogden Valley, Weber county combines the major metropolitan amenities of historic Ogden with some of the best mountain adventures in the region.
Wasatch Front and Back Highlights
Antelope Island State Park
Antelope Island offers some of the best recreation, wildlife watching and camping in Northern Utah.
Salt Lake City
Experience the vibrant culture, local dining and "backyard" outdoor adventure of Utah's largest city
Near Park City, the Heber Valley is an idyllic destination and gateway to a handful of Utah's best state parks, endless OHV trails, Blue Ribbon fishing on the Provo River, and multiple national forests.