1. The Narrows, Zion National Park
Tall, towering cliffs and the cool, clean Virgin River. You definitely need to explore this spot!
2. Bryce Canyon National Park
The Bryce Amphitheater, with its splendid hoodoos and gorgeous orange color, is a thing of beauty.
3. Antelope Island
This might be one of the best spots in Utah to capture a sunset on film. Explore the entire island to see bison and other wildlife.
4. Big Cottonwood Canyon
In addition to its ski resorts, you can explore this amazing spot by hiking one of several trails. Hike to Lake Blanche for a picnic.
5. Flaming Gorge
Flaming Gorge covers 42,020 acres, providing plenty of space for exploration and water fun.
6. Bear Lake
The aquamarine waters of this lake are picturesque, the raspberries are delicious and there's plenty to do here.
7. Ogden Valley
Play on Pineview Reservoir, explore Huntsville and Eden and visit the Shooting Star Saloon - Utah's oldest bar.
8. Arches National Park
Home to the famous Delicate Arch, Arches National Park is full of many other natural arches (more than 2,000) to explore.
9. Goblin Valley State Park
Explore this surreal park and feel like you're on the surface of Mars!
10. High Uintas
The High Uintas Wilderness Area includes 456,705 acres to explore. Take the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway to explore alpine lakes and meadows.
11. Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
Established in 1928, this 74,000-acre refuge is home to millions of birds every year. Bring your camera (and a long lens) to capture some gorgeous shots.
12. Lake Powell
Fish, camp or rent a houseboat to have a whole lot of fun.
13. Dinosaur National Monument
There's so much more at Dinosaur National Monument
than dinosaurs! Of course, you'll still explore the quarry, but the monument covers 210,844 acres - full of trails and recreation opportunities.
14. Provo Canyon
Take the Provo Canyon Scenic Byway and see Bridal Veil Falls, Deer Creek Reservoir State Park and the Heber Valley.
15. Utah State Route 12
Travel Utah’s SR-12 for some truly breathtaking scenery. From Red Canyon to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to Kodachrome State Park, you could spend weeks exploring this part of Utah.