Utah February 09, 2017
16 Times That Utah’s Landscape Could Have Been Featured In The Movie Frozen
Utah’s wintry landscape is downright stunning. So beautiful, in fact, that many places in Utah look like they could be right out of the Disney movie “Frozen.” Take a look at some of these gorgeous Utah winter photos.
1. After a winter storm at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, the trees are beautiful.
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2. Mt. Carmel Highway at Zion National Park doesn't often look like this.
But on January 23, 2017, it sure did look like a winter wonderland!
3. Much of Utah's landscape is covered in sagebrush...
...and it sure does look enchanting when it's covered in snow!
4. These buckling sheets of ice on the Great Salt Lake are other-worldly.
The ice buckles when the salty water and fresh water meet, creating beautiful sheets.
5. This looks like the perfect winter landscape to explore.
Head to Alta Resort to do exactly that!
6. Frozen rivers are both beautiful and deadly.
You wouldn't want to spend any time in this river. Hypothermia, anyone?
7. Bryce Canyon National Parklook magical with a dusting of snow.
It's not exactly Elsa's territory, but we bet she'd move in if she could.
8. Sunrise near Stein Eriksen Lodge is a winter wonderland.
Throw on some snow shoes and get out there.
9. Ice climbers at Bridal Veil Falls know how to enjoy a cold Utah day.
This 607-foot tall waterfall is simply stunning when it's frozen.
10. Lower Emerald Pool at Zion National Park looks pretty chilly.
The park often closes the Lower Emerald Pool trail when it's snowy and icy - the path is so slippery it's deadly.
11. The ice crystals and formation at the Provo River in the Wasatch National Forest are so interesting.
What a pretty scene, right? Especially if you're at home, snuggled up with a cup of hot cocoa and your computer 😉
12. Utah has plenty of aspen trees, and they look splendid covered in snow.
After a snow storm, the detail of their branches really shines...especially at -3 degrees F
13. This sculpture at the gardens on BYU's campus looks frozen.
Make a point to stroll through these gardens before winter is over.
14. No word on where this was shot, but this snow weasel is pretty adorable.
Dare we say...like a Disney movie character?
15. These dogs are having a blast on the frozen Utah Lake!
The photographer notes that the ice is too thin to join them - too bad!
16. Ice Castles in Midway looks just like Elsa's Castle.
What’s your favorite place in Utah during the winter?
This one place in Utah looks like it could be straight out of the Lord of the Rings movies. Check it out!