Salt Lake City is a favored stop-off for travelers heading further west, to attractions like Yellowstone. However, if you stop off once you might find yourself sticking around! Salt Lake City is well known for its iconic skyline, of tower blocks set in front of the Wasatch Mountains. Travelers can use Salt Lake City as a base as they explore the Wasatch Mountains in the East and the Oquirrh Mountains in the West. For those who want to enjoy a city break, they'll find a cool jazz scene, interesting historic architecture and a range of downtown eateries.
If you're seeking a relaxing city break, head to Utah's Heber City. Heber City is the perfect place to start to explore the beautiful nature of Utah. Travelers can grab their backpacks and go for a hike in the invigorating Wasatch Mountain state park. Alternatively, travelers can discover American history in unique sites like the historic railroad.
Visit Ogden City and discover the strange history of American life in this former frontier town, once a crucial outpost in the Wild, Wild West. There are recreations of frontier outposts and invigorating tours which illustrate this remarkable history. For travelers who like their history much more ancient, Odgen City is home to the Dinosaur Park. There are hundreds of fearsome dinosaurs here but don't worry, they're all replicas.
Outdoor lovers will enjoy a visit to St. George. Enjoy the laid-back pace of this city at night, and during the day, explore the numerous trails and hikes beside red, sandstone cliffs. The most famous among them is Snow Canyon State Park and Virgin River, which is a fun center of water activities in good weather.
Park City is more than snowsports! One of Utah's most historic cities, Park City has many beautiful buildings which date back to Frontier Times. Explore some of America's best mountain bike trails when you visit during Spring Break.