Located in southwest Utah, Zion National Park is characterized by its striking red cliffs. Vacationers tend to view this stunning landscape by driving through Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Follow the Virgin River to get a close look at the beautiful waterfalls and hanging gardens.
The city of Provo is perfect for vacationers who like to immerse themselves in art, history, and culture. Home to Brigham Young University, Provo is a bustling city that is as pretty as it is welcoming. Among the most popular attractions are the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum and the BYU Museum of Art.
Located in Wasatch County, the City of Midway lies just 28 miles from Salt Lake City. With the Wasatch Mountains as a stunning backdrop, this is one of the prettiest towns in the state. Vacationers stay in Midway in order to take part in a range of outdoor activities, including climbing, hiking, and off-road cycling.
The quaint community of Snowbird is located in Little Cottonwood Canyon — in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. This community comes to life during the winter when thousands of visitors arrive to enjoy some of the most exciting ski slopes in the US. The Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is one of the most prestigious of its kind.
The tiny town of Brian Head is as remote as anything you’ll find in the United States. And that’s why so many people love to stay there during the winter. Between October and March every year, the town comes to life, thanks to the popularity of the Brian Head Ski Resort. As staycations in Utah go, this is one of the most relaxing.
Eden is a small, remote town in Weber County. During the summer, tourists flock to the area to enjoy outdoor activities such as cycling, climbing, and sailing. But when the snow starts to fall in November, the Powder Mountain Ski Resort comes to life.