Far more than just a state. Utah is a state of mind. Sculpted by wind, water and time, Utah's landscapes are perfect for your next adventure. From The Mighty 5® National Parks, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion to the Wasatch Mountains' Greatest Snow on Earth®, and all points in-between on the great American road trip we call The Road to Mighty™ Utah is the place where families and adventurers forge incredible experiences and make enduring memories, and filmmakers discover iconic and distinctive backdrops for their masterpiece.
A road trip to the most popular Northern Utah destinations might include motoring up Logan Canyon — loaded with high alpine scenery, campsites, and hiking and biking trails — to Bear Lake for boating and summer festivals. Train buffs can travel west to Promontory where the driving of the historic Golden Spike linked America by rail. Ogden's Union Station has a railroad museum, as well, part of an historic downtown scene with great local dining, bars, and shopping.
In the winter, Utah’s mountains become a playground for snow enthusiasts looking for the best ski destinations around. Visitors from all over the world flock to the powder at Utah’s ski areas, while others prefer backcountry adventures like snowmobiling, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing or ski touring.
Once you've visited Utah, you will immediately feel that almost irrepressible urge to return.