Utah is OBVIOUSLY renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and natural wonders, and at the heart of this rugged state lie five extraordinary NATIONAL PARKS collectively known as the "Mighty Five." Each park has its own unique charm, giving visitors a chance to put themselves in the awe-inspiring beauty of the American Southwest. Here's my in-...
Utah is known for its Dark Sky Parks which makes it the perfect place to view the epic night sky on National Meteor Watch Day.
June 30 is National Meteor Watch Day. The National Day Calendar said it “encourages us to look to the stars to witness one of the night sky’s most thrilling sights.”
When you see a ...
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Although there's nothing we can do about our inevitable fates, we can certainly do whatever we can with the time we have left. And there's no better place on earth to live life to the fullest than right here in Utah.
Location: Piute County, 45.5 miles south of Richfield (As the crow flies).
Home of: Named after Thomas Rice King who settled the city with his family in 1876.
9. Brian Head
Location: Iron County, up high in the mountains. 11.5 mil