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Why Famous
  • Fish lake is one of utah\'s most beautiful mountain lakes.
  • Northern utah includes the cache valley, where mountains surround the agricultural town of logan. logan canyon offers gorgeous views.
  • Enjoy fly-fishing in the provo river, famous for trout fishing.
Facts Destination
  • Utah is known for being one of the most religiously homogeneous states in the Union.
  • The name \"Utah\" comes from the Native American \"Ute\" tribe and means people of the mountains.
  • Utah peaks, on average, are the tallest in the country.


Area Info
  • Utah is a western state of the united states.
  • It was the 45th state admitted to the union, cache valley also has a number of food factories with samplings available from cheese to honey.
  • Utah is generally rocky with three distinct geological regions: the rocky mountains, the great basin, and the colorado plateau.
  • Utah\'s temperatures are extreme, with cold temperatures in winter due to its elevation, and very hot summers statewide.
Why Visit
  • Utah is naturally suited to be a great vacation destination for skiing.
  • The Homestead Resort is situated beautifully, has varied style rooms and holds activities inside and outside from January through December.
  • Central Utah has a host of historic elements coupled with wonderful outdoor fun.
  • In Deer Valley, guests of Utah vacation rentals will find 1,740 skiable acres, with free parking shuttles, gourmet on-mountain cuisine, groomed ski slopes and thrilling chutes and bowls.
Best Time
  • The best time to go to Utah is obviously during the ski season: from mid-November to early May.
  • Spring is also the best time to travel to the south parks of Utah.


  • I-15 and I-80 are the main interstate highways in the state, where they intersect and briefly merge near downtown Salt Lake City.
  • I-80 spans northern Utah east-to-west, entering from Nevada at Wendover, crossing the Wasatch Mountains east of Salt Lake City, and entering Wyoming near Evanston.
  • A light rail system in the Salt Lake Valley, known as TRAX, consists of two lines, both ending in Downtown Salt Lake City, with one heading to the suburb of Sandy and the other to the University of Utah.
  • Several bus companies provide access to the ski resorts in winter, and local bus companies also serve Logan, St. George and Cedar City.
  • Salt Lake City International Airport is the only international airport in the state and serves as a hub of Delta Air Lines.
  • The airport currently has non-stop service to over 100 destinations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, as well as to Paris and Tokyo.
  • Canyonlands Field (near Moab), Cedar City Regional Airport, St. George Municipal Airport, and Vernal-Uintah County Airport all provide limited commercial air service.
  • SkyWest Airlines is also headquartered in St. George and maintains a hub at Salt Lake City.
  • Summer is too hot (and crowded) in the most popular Utah Parks.
  • If you aren\'t interested in ski, winter isn\'t definitely a good time.


  • The church of jesus christ of latter-day saints, which greatly influences utah culture and daily life.
  • Historically a majority of utah\'s lawmakers have been church members; the effect has contributed to the state\'s restrictiveness towards alcohol and gambling.