UT Posted in Utah March 07, 2016 by Catherine Rees These 12 Romantic Spots in Utah are Perfect to Take That Special Someone Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but hopefully you’re keeping that spark in your romance. Here are 12 spots to take your sweetheart this spring. 1. Natural Bridges National Monument DennyMont/flickr Named Utah’s first “Dark Sky Park,’ This beautiful spot is the perfect place to stargaze with your loved one. 2. Alaskan Inn Alaskan Inn/Facebook The little cabins at Alaskan Inn, located in Ogden Canyon, provide romantic privacy, and they’re really cozy. 3. Abravanel Hall Abravanel Hall/Facebook What’s more romantic than an evening with the Utah Symphony? 4. Snowbird Snowbird/Facebook Ride the tram up to the new restaurant, ski the slopes with your love, or take your bikes up the lift in the summertime and ride back down. The views are amazing, and you’ll find plenty of quiet spots along the way to steal a kiss. 5. Temple Square Mark Goebel/flickr If you’re LDS, the temple has special significance. 6. Log Haven Log Haven/Facebook One of the most romantic restaurants in the country, according to USA Today and Salt Lake City Weekly. Enjoy a relaxing meal together. 7. Bonneville Salt Flats Joshua Shinavier/flickr So you don’t think the Bonneville Salt Flats seem romantic? Drive out there and see all the love notes written with rocks! Write your own. 8. The “U” Irwin Scott/flickr Did you meet your sweetie at the University of Utah? Hike to the “U” and check out the sunset from a vantage point over the city. 9. Or, the “Y” Jason Powers/flickr You’ll find a nice view from the “Y,” too. 10. Stewart Falls Tom Kelly/flickr Stewart Falls is just one of the many romantic, beautiful spots near Sundance. 11. Cecret Lake Dan Pearce/flickr Pack a little picnic and hike to Cecret Lake. 12. Sunrise Point, Bryce Canyon Todd Petrie/flickr Wake up early and watch the sun come up together at one of the most scenic vistas in the state. What’s your favorite romantic spot in Utah?