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Prioritizing self-care during your Utah travels
Wellness is often an inherent desire of a vacation or getaway, but sometimes it helps to bring it to the forefront of travel planning and really think about what kind of nourishing activities you need.
Perhaps it's time in a wide-open desert or a national forest teeming with life. Or perhaps it's a spa or yoga time-out. Maybe it's even pushing yourself to get the adrenaline pumping with the help of a guided experience on a river, mountain bike or climbing rope. It's definitely finding yourself under a night sky where you can see the Milky Way. Whatever you choose, make sure to pair it with a fine meal and drink at the end of the day. 
Utah is a great place for wellness and self-care in its many forms. Take care of yourself, and make your vacation what you want it to be. 

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Red Rock Dreaming

by Kristen Pope

Opportunities for wellness and adventure abound in Southwestern Utah's Red Rock Country. Gaze at the night sky instead of a screen, hike trails, watch wildlife, embrace nature, and explore within yourself.

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This six-day itinerary is fit for foodies, and it's the only one where you might come back heavier than you started.
  • Moab and Castle Creek Winery
  • Southern Utah Farmers Markets
  • Hell's Backbone Grill
  • Gifford Homestead Pie
Do everything you’d normally do on a National Park road trip, but when the stars come out, so do you. Red rock by day and serene dark skies by night, this stargazing trip includes nighttime splendor at certified International Dark Sky Parks.
  • Stargazing in International Dark Sky Parks
  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Cedar Breaks National Monument
  • All-American Road: Scenic Byway 12
Searching for solitude? Follow this six-day itinerary to find unspoiled wild places, hidden trails, open spaces and perfect peace. It's a great escape from the hustle and bustle.
  • Red Cliffs National Conservation Area
  • Under-the-Rim Bryce Canyon
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • The Needles District Canyonlands

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