These 5 National Parks In Utah Are Positively Breathtaking In The Rain
Utah sometimes experiences very rainy seasons. Of course, our state can always use the water, but the rain also adds a bit of dramatic beauty to some of our most gorgeous places. Check out these amazing photos of National Parks in Utah… in the rain. Which one is your favorite?
Have you visited any of Utah’s national parks during inclement weather? Tell us your stories – and share your photos – in the comments!
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National Parks in Utah
What are the best state parks in Utah?
Utah is one of those states where outdoorsy folks flock to during every season of the year. It’s home to more than 40 amazing state parks, as well as a handful of National Parks, and for good reason: the landscape here is intensely unique and remarkably beautiful. Of course, saying which one is the “best” one is fairly subjective, but some parks do tend to stick out above the rest as being particularly beloved by locals and visitors alike. Of course, there’s the most obvious: Zion National Park brings in millions of folks a year and is one of the most popular parks in the country. Then, there are the gems like Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks. Utah’s state parks are nothing to shake a stick at, either; some of the most amazing include the Cedar Breaks National Monument, Dead Horse Point State Park, and Sand Hollow State Park. For more ideas and inspiration, you might want to look into this awesome Utah parks road trip we put together! It’s sure to amaze even the most casual of state parks enthusiasts.
What are the most amazing hiking trails in Utah?
Like we mentioned above, “amazing” is definitely subjective, but our friends at AllTrails.com keep track of each and every hiking trail in each and every state and allow hikers to review them. There are more than 3,000 trails on the site at the time of this writing; to say Utah is a hiker’s paradise is a vast understatement. Among the most legendary hiking trails in Utah are the difficult, but intensely rewarding, Angels Landing Trail at Zion National Park. It’s less than five miles long, but it’s tough – believe us when we say it’s worth every step! Then, there’s the scenic Delicate Arch Trail, at Arches National Park, where hikers can check out some of the most unique geological features on the planet. Looking for something a little easier? No worries – the Zion Narrows Riverside Walk, within Zion National Park, is a great choice for those seeking an easy hike with amazing views.