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Things to Do in Utah

Ranging from deserts to mountains, the state’s attractions include Salt Lake City, the capital and headquarters of the Mormons. Tour the temple and Tabernacle and then explore the library, popular among genealogists.  Nearby is Park City with things to do year-round - snow skiing in the winter and mountain biking and hiking in the summer. National Parks abound – Bryce Canyon with its hoodoos, Zion, Cedar Breaks, Rainbow Bridge, Capitol Reef, Glen Canyon with Lake Powell that flows into the Grand Canyon, Canyonlands, Arches, Timpanogos Cave and Golden Spike where the east and west railroads met, and Hoovenweep. Restaurants are plentiful around Salt Lake, but pack a lunch to enjoy the parks. Stay in hotels, resorts, cabins and lodges.
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Anasazi State Park

460 North Highway 12
Boulder, Utah
435-335-7382
The six-acre park is the site of one of the largest Anasazi villages west of the Colorado River. These Ancient Pueblo Indians or cliff dwellers occupied the area in and around Glen Canyon. The partially excavated site illustrates their unique construction methods. A museum showcases artifacts.
Hours & Admission
Daily 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission.

Timpanogos Cave National Monument

R.R. 3, Box 200
American Fork, Utah
801-756-5239
Helicites and anthodites are just a few of the many formations in the caverns. The strenuous 1.5-mile climb (a gain of 1,000 feet in elevation) on a paved path leads to the cave entrance and offers incredible views of American Fork Canyon. Temperatures on the hike can reach 100 degrees during the summer, contrasting to 45 degrees inside year round.

Note: tour tickets sell out quickly on weekends and holidays.
Hours & Admission
Park: May to early September, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., early September to mid-October, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed in winter. Admission.

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest

507 25th Street
Ogden, Utah
801-625-5306
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest encompasses 2.1-million acres of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. Scenic highways provide easy access to most of the forest's campgrounds, picnic areas, clear blue mountain lakes, rivers and trails.

Ski resorts located within the forest include Alta Ski Area and Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort at Little Cottonwood Canyon, Brighton Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort at Big Cottonwood Canyon, and Snowbasin Ski Resort in the mountains just east of Ogden....
Hours & Admission
Forest: 24/7. Info center: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission.
Information subject to change without notice.
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