Six Spectacular Sites Unique To Utah
Utah is home to many natural and man-made wonders. A list from Hotels.com is attached so you can see all the places on their list.
Spiral Jetty: created in 1970 on the Great Salt Lake by Robert Smithson of the Land Art Movement
Fantasy Canyon: located in the Uintah Basin near Vernal, Fantasy Canyon is a 10-acre geological park filled with naturally formed sandstone sculptures.
Sun Tunnels: located in Wendover, the Sun Tunnels are an art installation made up of four large concrete tubes created in 1973 by Nancy Holt of the Land Art Movement.
Mars Desert Research Station: the Mars Desert Research Station is owned by the NASA-funded space advocacy group Mars Society. Located near Hanksville people can observe the simulations September-May.
Delta Solar Ruins: located in Hinckley, the Delta Solar Ruins are what’s left of a solar energy fraud scheme.
Gunlock Falls: Gunlock State Park was formed in 1970 and the falls form during the spring if there’s been enough winter runoff.
These are just a few of the sites that are unique to Utah. What place would you add to the list?