Utah Hotel Guides
Enter the outdoor world and
experience the raw powers of nature in Utah
as you climb along the red walls, sail
down powder perfect slopes or hike away from civilization. Primarily a tourist
is a fairly large state, with relatively few residents. An astonishing 88% of
the population resides in
Salt Lake City
and the surrounding suburban areas, the rest is largely uninhabited and
dedicated to National Parks, Wilderness or Recreation Areas. With outdoor
activity options such as skiing, snowboarding, rafting, hiking, biking,
fishing, and hunting it's no wonder that Utah is the Southwest's most popular
outdoor travel destination. Once there, tourists have a variety of lodging and accommodations
that range from small, rural Bed and Breakfasts to World Class ski resorts.
In the northern region of Utah, amongst the mountains, lies
Salt Lake City,
the hub of the Church of Jesus Christ of LDS. Salt Lake
has a number of outstanding ski resorts, rental condos for extended family
vacations and hotels that work well for any budget. Sitting between mountain
ranges is the well-known town of
the host of the Sundance Film Festival.
lodging varies from scenic
Resorts, to rental condos, to World Class Ski Resorts. Many of the smaller towns
that surround the Salt Lake area act as gateways to destinations like Dinosaur National Park,
The center of industry in Utah,
this small town has affordable motels and is centrally located to make it easy
to travel to the next amazing destination.
is prime country for resort vacations, guided river
rafting, and backcountry wandering thanks to the many National Parks such as
and Canyonlands. Towns like
are great for small families looking for a bit of adventure. The area South of
Salt Lake is ideal country for hiking and camping.
primarily a college town has quite the variety of Bed and Breakfasts, shopping
and cafes, making it a splendid destination for couples as well.
the southeast is one city designed to welcome the weary visitor. Located in the
midst of many public lands,
has a slew of motels, hotels, campgrounds and RV parks, as well as rustic
lodges. All of the available lodging in the area provide great places to rest
up before the next big Utah
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