Utah Office of Tourism
From Arches, Bryce
Canyon, Canyonlands, Capital Reef and Zion which make up Utah’s Mighty 5® National
Parks, to its 14 ski resorts that boast The Greatest Snow on Earth®, Utah is
jam-packed with jaw-dropping landscapes that are just waiting to be explored.
Salt Lake City, boasts historic attractions and a growing micro-brewery scene within an hour of 11 of the state’s ski
resorts, including America’s largest resort, Park City.
Following the April 2016 launch of Delta Air Lines nonstop service from London,
it’s never been easier to reach Utah. This service runs daily during summer and
up to four times a week in winter.
Since the early 1930s, Utah has been
Hollywood’s go-to outdoor filming location and the state has played a starring
role in big screen hits including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and
Thelma & Louise, and each January, Park City hosts Robert Redford’s
Sundance Film Festival.
Families with dinosaur-mad kids can
explore the only site in the world where you can view and touch more than 1,500
dinosaur bones in their original resting place, jutting from the side of an
exposed cliff face at Utah’s Dinosaur National Monument near Vernal.
Iconic landmarks such as Monument
Valley offer the chance to explore the state’s Native American culture, while
those keen to explore the Mighty 5® should check out Utah’s new ‘Road to
Mighty’ road trip planning tool at www.visitutah.com/road-to-mighty.