Utah is nicknamed “Beehive State” and it has not just one or two but more than a dozen landmarks and historical places to visit and each place having its own color and aroma to it, certainly a heaven for adventure lovers. Let’s see what first-time visitors can do with Utah’s spectacular sights and where to head first.
This place is one of US’s most iconic landmarks, and it is a home to sky-high sandstone formations and it is basically a desert. People visit it to try its popular hiking, keeping, and horse-riding experience. Monument valley is rich with its Native American and Old West history and it is highly atmospheric and unforgettable.
Arches National Park
Utah is steeped with national parks and desert mountain ranges but Arches National Park has some features that make this place unique. Yes, the balanced rocks, which create unbelievable motifs created by Mother Nature.
This land is huge with stones rich in red, evocative of the Old West and natural America. Once there don’t forget to visit Wolfe Ranch. It is a vintage cabin that has history attached to it and a famous tourist site.
Escalante National Monument
There can be millions of beautiful places in the world but what truly takes the breath away is Escalante National Monument. Before reading further, take a look at its any photograph from the internet, and you will know what magic nature has played there.
This place has been around for millions of years, forming an unbelievable rock formation that is worth looking at. Once there, it is very easy to reach Bryce Canyon to the Grand Canyon. It is a perfect spot for lookers’and hikers, and nature geeks. This place has fossil-filled Kaiparowits Plateau at its highest point.
You must visit this place in Utah; it is a not popular because of its largest collection of hoodoos in the world. There is plenty of woodland, wildlife, and caves to explore making it a hiker’s dreamland. When you see photographs of Bryce Canyon, you will not believe this place actually exist in America. Hoodoos are unique rock formations that make a beautiful landscape and worth taking photos.
Red cliffs are a huge place spread over 45,000 acres formed from red sandstone which gives them their unique appearance. Take one look, you cannot turn away your eyes, and sunset here truly make this place a heaven. Beautiful red cliffs and a vast desert and Cliffs Conservation Area offer plenty of space for tourists and locals to explore and hike. Don’t forget to see tracks of dinosaurs from Jurassic era.
Zion National Park
It is true that Utah is a desert but it is a different kind of dessert, to learn more, visit Utah’s true wilderness. From multi-color sandstone cliffs to desert wildlife craft to historical Native Americans culture, there are hundreds of landmarks and places to see. At Zion National Park, you can enjoy the hike, rock-climb, and mountain-bike.