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Utah Travel Guide

Our Utah travel guide will provide all you need to know to plan your trip to Utah. We research places to stay, the best restaurants, the top attractions, the best day trips and highlight special festivals and events. From Salt Lake City to the ski resorts of Utah, you will find what you need to know about Utah travel.
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Goosenecks State Park Utah - River Bend Views
Goosenecks State Prk is just four miles off Utah Highway 261 near Mexican Hat. There is an overlook where you can look into a 1,000-foot-deep chasm carved through the Pennsylvanian Hermosa Formation by the silt-laden San Juan River. The river meanders back and forth, flowing for more than five miles while progressing only one linear mile toward the Colorado River and Lake Powell. The access road is paved. Facilities include primitive camping and vault rest rooms

Mexican Hat Rock Formation in Utah
The Mexican Hat rock formation is a great stopping off point if you are traveling between Monument Valley and Natural Bridges National Monument. The nearby town of Mexican Hat is a small community straddling the San Juan River. Mexican Hat is located on Highway 163, 24 miles west of Bluff.

Drive the Winding Moki Dugway to Muley Point overlook
Drive the winding road to Muley Point overlook. You'll see amazing sweeping views south over the canyons of the San Juan River. the expanse of Navajo Nation land and on to Monument Valley in the distance. Enjoy this quiet place where you can watch the birds soar and hear the wind.

Muley Point Lookout at Cedar Mesa, Utah
Not far from Mexican Hat, awaits an experience you will never forget. Muley Point Lookout on Cedar Mesa is worth the climb, breaking out into a cold sweat as you navigate the Moqui Dugway switchbacks, and watching for lightning storms as you brave the outcroppings of the vista point

Going Nude in Utah - Naturist Clubs, Resorts and Information
Going Nude in Utah - Naturist Clubs, Resorts and Information

Utah for Gay and LesbianTravelers
Utah is not up on the top of my list as a gay travel destination but there are some great events and outdoor recreation opportunities in Utah.

Finding Dark Sky Astronomy Sites in Utah
Want to find dark sky sites in Utah? Utah offers three national protected places for the dark sky seekers. The astronomy programs at Bryce Canyon National Park are among the oldest and most extensive in our national park system. They have become “must attend” events for stargazers.

Best Spas in Utah
Utah spas are a great choice is you love the great outdoors and hiking. Two of the country's best spa hiking programs are located in Utah.

Best Utah State Parks to Visit in the Winter
Best Utah State Parks to Visit in the Winter from About.com's Guide to US Parks.

Brian Head, Utah Snowmobiling
If getting a unique view of nature at speeds of up to 50 MPH sounds exhilarating, a snowmobile tour of the area around Brian Head with Thunder Mountain Motor Sports is sure to be a memorable experience.

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah - What You Need to Know
Bryce Canyon National Park, approximately 250 miles from either Salt Lake City, Utah or Las Vegas, Nevada is located in southeast Utah. Bryce is a little northeast of Zion National Park. It is open all year round. Bryce is one of the top attractions of the southwe

Camping in Utah
David Sweet, our About.com Guide to Camping provides this quick reference to campsites in Utah's State Parks, National Parks and Forests, private campgrounds and more.

Cedar Breaks National Monument. Utah - Visiting Cedar Breaks
Cedar Breaks National Monument, accessible only during the warmer months, is home to a breathtaking canyon and is a great place for dark sky star parties. It is located in southern Utah.

Mountain Biking Moab Utah
Moab, Utah has become one of the most popular mountain bike destinations in the world. A walk down Main Street reveals more bikes than cars, and it seems as though everybody has bike short tans, scabbed skin and muscles popping out of strange locations in their upper calf. It can easily make a beginner feel uneasy.

Ski Utah - Utah Ski Resorts and Vacations
Utah Ski Resorts from About.com.

Snow Canyon State Park - St. George, Utah - Hike, Bike or Just Visit
Snow Canyon is a beautiful State Park located near St. George, Utah.

St. George Utah - What Visitors Need to Know About St. George
St. George is a popular destination for visitors and retirees located in the southwestern part of the state of Utah.

Sundance Film Festival News and Updates - Utah
Find out what's new this year with the Sundance Film Festival.

Sundance Ski Resort, Sundance, Utah
While you shouldn't expect Robert Redford to turn up as your ski instructor, Sundance Resort is infused with his spirit and sensibility -- and you may just spot him on the ski line. And although Redford's ski resort complex spans 6,000 acres and is 20 minutes from Provo, 40 minutes from Park City, and about an hour from Salt Lake City, there's a friendly, small-town flavor to the village.

The Sundance Film Festival - What You Need to Know
The Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah is internationally renowned for showcasing the best in American independent film. We provide you with information and tips to help you maximize your trip to the Sundance Film Festival.

Zion National Park, Utah - What You Need to Know When Visiting Zion
Zion National Park, close to St. George, Utah, is just an hour and a half drive from the International airport in Las Vegas. It is open all year round. Zion is one of the top attractions of the southwest.

A Park City Primer
Heading to Park City for the famous Sundance Film Festival? Here’s what you need to know about this wonderful Utah town.

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