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Celebrate National Utah Day: Discover the Best Outdoor Destinations in the Beehive State

From spectacular national parks to hidden gems, Utah offers an array of dazzling landscapes and outdoor adventures.

As we celebrate National Utah Day on May 31st, there’s no better way to honor the 45th state than by exploring its incredible natural wonders. Known for its awe-inspiring red rock formations, expansive deserts and majestic canyons, Utah offers some of the best outdoor experiences in the United States. Whether you're an avid hiker, a passionate photographer or simply a lover of stunning scenery, Utah has something for everyone. Here are the top must-visit spots that highlight the Beehive State’s breathtaking beauty.

Zion National Park
Experience the magic of towering cliffs, emerald pools and narrow canyons at Utah’s very first National Park. Hike the iconic Angels Landing trail for unparalleled views or enjoy a peaceful walk along the Virgin River. Zion's diverse landscapes cater to adrenaline-junkies and tranquility-seekers alike.

Bryce Canyon National Park
Situated in southern Utah, Bryce Canyon is famous for its unique hoodoos—tall, thin spires of rock that create a natural amphitheater. Sunrise and sunset are the perfect time to see these otherworldly formations, as they come to life with brilliant, vibrant colors.

Arches National Park
In eastern Utah near Moab, this geological wonderland boasts more than 2,000 natural stone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles and countless enormous rock fins. With scenic drives and numerous hiking trails ranging from a few hundred yards to more than 7 miles, this park offers endless exploration and plenty of photo ops.

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Spanning nearly 1.9 million acres in southern Utah, this expansive wilderness is a treasure trove of canyons, cliffs and plateaus. Hike to the enchanting Zebra Slot Canyon or explore the lush corridors of the Escalante River. It’s a haven for adventurers looking to uncover less-traveled paths and discover hidden wonders around every corner.

Goblin Valley State Park
This state park, unlike any other place in the world, is known for its whimsical and eerie rock formations that resemble goblins. The unique landscape is perfect for families, with opportunities to hike, bike and camp among the valley’s nooks and crannies.

Bonneville Salt Flats
West of Salt Lake City you’ll find a vast expanse of white salt crust covering more than 30,000 acres. Visitors from all around the world travel to witness this pristine, blindingly white vista that stretches as far as the eye can see. Ideal for photography, land sailing and even car racing, this year-round destination is best experienced at sunset when the sky reflects off the flats.