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Hiking in Utah
Utah offers hundreds of scenic hiking trails a short drive from Salt Lake City.
Zion National Park is home to the world's tallest sandstone cliff at ~2,200 ft.
The crest of Lone Peak is only a fraction of the local giant's majesty. Explore more world-class hiking and climbing options in our Wasatch range at this link.
Canoeing, kayaking, and river rafting are all popular activities in Moab, Utah.
Snowmobiling in Utah
There are over 800 miles of snowmobiling trails in Utah.
Skiing in Utah
Ski resorts in Utah hosted the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
Fraternities and Sororities
The University of Utah hosts 14 active fraternities and sororities, including a multi-chapter faith-based network.
Utah Shakespearean Festival
The Utah Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City is a Tony Award recipient.
Red Butte Gardens
A few minutes from the University of Utah lies over 150 acres of beautiful gardens.
Bear River Bird Refuge
Utah refuges provide opportunities for wildlife observation.
One of Utah's most scenic icons is located in Arches National Park.
Buckskin gulch, arguably the longest slot canyon in the world, is only one of dozens of such extraordinary features in Utah.
Katie Sciuto performs a lofty balancing act of bioengineering, stunt film, and freestyle aerial skiing passions.
Snowboarding in Utah
Snowboarders take advantage of the 500 inches of power that cover the mountains every year.
Mesa Arch lies in Canyonlands National Park.
A lush alpine oasis awaits just a few minutes into the canyons.
The Fisher Towers is one of the most scenic features of Utah's Colorado Riverway.
Red Butte Gardens
Red Butte Garden and Arboretum is a world-class botanical garden.
Great White Throne
The Great White Throne is located in Zion National Park.
The Utes have enjoyed two perfect, BCS-busting seasons on their way to up to the Pac-12.
Moab Utah and the Wasatch Mountains are home to world-famous mountain biking trails. Prefer cycling? Try the Big 5 Canyons.
The Symphony performs pops, classical and family symphony concerts year-round concerts.
Sunrise at Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in Southern Utah.
Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival is hosted annually in Park City, Utah.
Salt Lake City Life
Salt Lake City was recently voted one of the country's most livable cities.
Hogle Zoo is home to 1,100 animals that represent over 250 species from around the world.
Salt Lake City
Downtown Salt Lake City is a rich cultural, historical, entertainment, and shopping district.
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