Relax and Recharge At The Amangiri Resort In Utah

We’re incredibly lucky to live in the Beehive State, where we’re surrounded by beauty even at home. No matter where you live here, you’re never far from Utah’s mountains and deserts. Sometimes, though, it’s nice to stay elsewhere – where you can just relax and enjoy some downtime from your everyday life. Do you need a staycation? Check out the Amangiri Resort in Utah, where you’ll find nothing but peace and quiet.

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Ready to book your stay? Visit their website, right here! Have you ever stayed at the Amangiri Resort In Utah? We’d love to hear about your experience! And to see even more of Utah’s natural beauty, check out these 12 gorgeous scenic overlooks.

Address: 1 Kayenta Rd, Canyon Point, UT 84741, USA
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Amangiri Resort In Utah

February 11, 2021

What are the most unique towns in Utah?

Mt. Pleasant in Sanpete County may not have a huge population, but it certainly has one of the most charming Main Street districts in Utah! Kanab is the one town that comes to mind for many – it’s a miniature Hollywood! You’ll find everyone from ranchers to movie stars here on any given day. Another cute one-of-a-kind town in Utah is Midway in Wasatch County. Visit during their Swiss Days festival and you’ll see exactly what makes this community stand out!

What’s the most beautiful hike in Utah?

You’ll find hundreds of beautiful trails in Utah. Some of our favorites include the Stewart Falls trail in Provo Canyon, which is a four mile round-trip trail that brings you to a 200-foot high waterfall. If you want a more challenging adventure, take a few days to hike King’s Peak. You’ll rise to 11,891 feet to stand at the top of Utah’s Highest Peak. Of course, no discussion of beautiful hikes in Utah is complete without a mention of Angel’s Landing. Go for it – if you’re an experienced hiker with nerves of steel.

Does Utah have any natural wonders?

Utah is almost entirely made of natural wonder! We’re home to five national parks – Bryce Canyon, Zion, Canyonlands, Arches, and Capitol Reef. Beyond the Big Five, the Beehive State is where you’ll find the Wasatch Range, which stretches for 160 miles and includes Mount Nebo, the highest peak in the range at 11,928 feet. Elsewhere in Utah, Rainbow Bridge spans 275 feet, making this sacred site one of the largest natural arch bridges in the world. Of course, no discussion about natural wonders in Utah can be had without a mention of The Caribbean of the Rockies – Bear Lake! We hear the water’s pretty blue, or something… you’ll find us enjoying a raspberry shake at the lake and totally paying attention to the natural beauty.

Address: 1 Kayenta Rd, Canyon Point, UT 84741, USA