Zion National Park, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, Delicate Arch, Lake Powell — these are all worthy inclusions on any bucket list. But if you've already checked these off and you're hungry for something different, several other adventures are waiting for you in southern Utah.
With almost 400 locations across the West, Maverik is firmly planted in the Beehive State. After the first Maverik stores in Utah opened in the late 1950s, including early locations in Moab, Willard, and Brigham City, the gas stations became a statewide standard in convenience.
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The autumn leaves are at their most vibrant for only three to four weeks, so fill up your car and get out there! From north to south, here are some of the best places in the state to see the stunning fall foliage in person.
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With Utah's national parks attracting many millions of annual visitors in 2021, you may be wanting to venture off the beaten path and away from the crowds. Think outside the box with four overlooked treasures of the Beehive state.
Some of the best areas in the state to view wildlife are actually close to the metro areas. If you live along the Wasatch Front, there are likely good wildlife viewing opportunities less than 30 minutes from your home.
If you want to get out of the house and explore Utah's mountains and peaks, there are some incredible hikes for nearly anyone. Here are some beginner-friendly peaks that offer some of the best views in the entire state.
While training actual raptors might not be in the cards, there are plenty of spots statewide to get your dinosaur fix. From track sites, museums and quarries, to state parks and national monuments, there's something for everyone.
Today, Cache County's hidden treasures include a plethora of cultural and outdoor possibilities. Tucked away 80 miles north of Salt Lake, it is just far enough from the big city to be (mostly) uncrowded and yet close enough for Wasatch Front residents to visit on a quarter tank of gas.
Don't discount all the fun there is to be had off-road right here in Utah. With thousands of miles of sprawling vistas and breathtaking scenery that takes you from desert dunes to winding mountain trails, the Beehive State's outdoor recreation is second-to-none.
Many of Utah's world-class resorts seamlessly transition from powdery bliss to summertime nirvana every year. Here are five of the many Utah ski resorts that offer spectacular summer recreation for adventurers of all levels and all ages.