Utah - Hotels
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*Golden Spike National Historic Site
*Salt Lake City
- *Beehive House
- *Hansen Planetarium
- *State Capitol
- *Temple Square
- *This is the Place State Park
Surroundings of Salt Lake City :
- * Bingham Canyon Copper Mine
- *Great Salt Lake
*Sundance Resort & Institute
*Uintas Scenic Byway
Arches National Park
Arches National Park has the biggest concentration of arches in the world with over 950 natural monuments. The biggest of them all measures 89 meters wide at the base and is over 30 meters high. This desert region is absolutely beautiful.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is unique. Its' beautiful pink-orange color is the result of 60 million years of erosion. Its' thousands of delicately jagged rock spikes rise up in the amphitheater that forms the canyon.
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Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands was created to preserve an immense expanse of desert and rocky plateaus in the heart of Colorado. Water and wind are the main architects of the park: with the passing of time they sculpted the coats of rock sediments into hundreds of canyons, arches, mounds and spikes.
Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park was created to protect the "Waterpocket Fold", a fold in the crust of the earth 144 kms long. This desert landscape is made up of cliffs, rocky domes, monoliths, winding canyons and graceful arches.
Zion National Park
The name "Zion" that means refuge, was given to the canyon by Mormon pioneers. The purpose of this park is to preserve a spectacular cliff and the biggest rock arch in the world, Kolob Arch, that is 94 meters wide.
The park is the habitat of stags, falcons, mountain lions and a numerous species of singing birds. See our article. "Itinerairies".
Photo courtesy Utah Office of Tourism