Utah in Winter: 12 Destinations to Add to Your Bucket List

Utah is an outdoor lover’s paradise year round, but is particularly bucket list-worthy in the winter, offering everything from its famously killer snow on the ski slopes to five national parks to the south. Whether you’re looking for a snowy wonderland or a gorgeous place to enjoy milder temperatures in the colder months, here’s 12 unmissable destinations to enjoy Utah in winter.

Fairyland Loop Trail: The Most Underrated (and Jaw-Dropping!) Hike in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park’s aptly-named Fairyland Loop Trail will take you below the rim of the canyon, while the park’s iconic pink and orange hoodoos tower overhead. And better yet? This trail is a hidden gem- you may just have it all to yourself! So if you’re looking for one the best hikes in Bryce Canyon, look no further- here’s everything you need to know about the Fairyland Loop Trail.

Road Trip to Utah National Parks: A Complete Guide to the Mighty 5

If you’re looking for diverse scenery and amazing hiking, a road trip to the Utah National Parks may be the perfect vacation for you. Utah has five spectacular National Parks for you to explore (frequently called the Mighty 5) and this post covers everything you need to know about planning an epic Utah road trip, from where to start, when to go, and everything you need to see along the way.

One Day in Bryce Canyon National Park: Everything You Need to Know

Bryce Canyon National Park, located in southwest Utah, is home to some of the most interesting landscapes in the United States. The park is known for its unique hoodoos, these tall skinny shafts of pink and orange rock protruding from the desert floor, sometimes reaching the height of a ten-story building! With its towering hoodoos and cascading desert hills, visiting Bryce feels a bit like visiting a completely different planet…

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