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  1. A Rafting Trip for the Ages: The San Juan River

    Salt Lake City

    Few other river trips offer the kind of robust diversity that the San Juan River offers—namely, world-class rapids, amazing vistas, and wildly unique places to explore.

  2. Mysterious Stories Engraved in the Earth: Newspaper Rock

    Salt Lake City

    Newspaper Rock is an ancient archaeological site near the Indian Creek Scenic Byway, which features hundreds of mysterious petroglyphs engraved in the rock.

  3. A Hike to Escape the Crowds: Monument Valley's Wildcat Loop

    Salt Lake City

    Monument Valley is one of the most visited attractions in the West, and yet you'll have this landscape all to yourself on the Wildcat Loop.

  4. History and Hollywood in Monument Valley: Goulding's Lodge

    Salt Lake City

    Goulding’s Lodge is an historic, sprawling complex in Utah, just outside the borders of Monument Valley, home to some fascinating history and Hollywood memorabilia.

  5. A Viewing Excursion Unlike Any Other: Monument Valley Guided Jeep Tour

    Salt Lake City

    Valley Drive is a rough 17-mile dirt road that takes you to 11 spectacular viewing points Utah's Monument Valley.

  6. Ancient Ruins in a Deserted Valley: Hovenweep National Monument

    Salt Lake City

    The multi-storied towers at Hovenweep National Monument cover an expanse of more than 20 miles throughout a wilderness of mesas and canyons sparsely dotted with sage and juniper.

  7. Millions of Years in the Making: Goosenecks State Park

    Salt Lake City

    Located north or Mexican Hat, Goosenecks State Park is an easy-to-get-to area with a million-dollar view of the San Juan River 1,000 feet below.

  8. Bucksin Gulch: One of the Best Hikes in America

    Salt Lake City

    One of the truly classic hikes in the United States, let alone the world, Buckskin Gulch swerves through a subterranean paradise for the senses.

  9. Camping at the Water's Edge: Lone Rock Beach

    Salt Lake City

    Lone Rock Beach features the free-standing sandstone rock that is the namesake of this spot in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

  10. The Colorado River’s Twisting Natural Wonder: Horseshoe Bend

    Salt Lake City

    When viewed from 1,000 feet above the Colorado River, Horseshoe Bend is one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the United States.

  11. The Toadstools: An Amazing Array of Balanced Rock Formations

    Salt Lake City

    The Toadstools is a group of balanced rock formations in southern Utah that look like mushrooms, accessed via an easy 1.5-mile hike.

  12. Explore the Best Hiking and Kayaking Near Bullfrog Marina on Lake Powell

    Salt Lake City

    Bullfrog Marina has the highest concentration of hikes on the north end of Lake Powell, including Moqui Canyon and Crystal Springs Canyon.

  13. Challenging, Off-the-Beaten-Path Hikes in Ticaboo and Hanksville

    Salt Lake City

    Hiking in Ticaboo and Hanksville can be challenging, but the beautiful and diverse options can add to up your trip to the Lake Powell area.

  14. Anglers Find World-Class Fishing on Lake Powell

    Salt Lake City

    Whether you enjoy sport fishing or fly fishing, clear water and plenty of fish make fishing on Lake Powell a world-class destination.

  15. Bullfrog Marina Offers Best Access to Lake Powell from Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City

    Bullfrog Marina offers the best amenities on Lake Powell, including rentals of houseboats, motor boats, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards.

  16. A Panoramic Boat Tour of Lake Powell is Enjoyable in Any Language

    Salt Lake City

    See all that Lake Powell has to offer by taking one of the panoramic boat tours offered from Wahweap Marina.

  17. Enjoy Stand-Up Paddling and Kayaking from Bullfrog Marina on Lake Powell

    Salt Lake City

    Fewer powerboats make Bullfrog Marina and the northern section of Lake Powell is better for kayaking and SUP.

  18. Antelope Canyon: Mother Nature's Masterpiece for Photography

    Salt Lake City

    Antelope Canyon is a spectacular masterpiece of nature and one of the most photographed slot canyons in the United States.

  19. A Hike for the Bucket List: Paria Canyon

    Salt Lake City

    A non-technical slot canyon great for beginners, Paria Canyon will also appease experienced canyoneers with its striking beauty.

  20. Sunny Skies, Epic Wildflowers and Hoodoos: Summertime in Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Cedar City

    A summertime trip to Cedar Breaks National Monument is candy for the eyes. A panache of color explodes here during the first weeks of July when the 260 species of wildflowers are in full bloom.

  21. New Mountain Biking Trails in Cedar Breaks

    Cedar City

    With more than 300 miles of singletrack (and more being built by the day), all-time classic trails and trail systems, and routes at elevations both high and low, Cedar City is making waves—or should we say berms—across the country.

  22. Dark Skies Guide to Cedar Breaks

    Cedar City

    Cedar Breaks National Monument hosts weekly star parties throughout the summer.