The Park is best known for its popular view of the horseshoe bend in the Colorado River, but it's also a popular spot for spectacular sunsets. Imagine lounging about camp with a stunning desert twilight sky painting the background.
Betonite Hills famous for their resemblance to the landscape of Mars.
Monument Valley, known as Tse'Bii'Ndzisgaii by the Navajo, is claimed to be one of the most photographed spots on the planet.
Kanab, Utah is well-known for its beautiful natural surroundings and outdoor activities.
Mountain bikers visit the town to ride the wide network of trails, notably the Slickrock Trail, while off-roaders visit for the annual Moab Jeep Safari.
Salt Lake City has a thriving tourism business centered on skiing, outdoor recreation, and religious tourism.
Canyonlands National Park, carved by the Colorado River, offers visitors hiking, stargazing, camping, and technical rock climbing.
Zion Canyon, which averages 2,000 feet deep, offers hiking options in a 20 to 30 feet wide section at its bottom and a difficult area known as The Narrows and The Subway. Swimming is also permitted in this section of the Virgin River.
Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah is recognized for having the world's biggest collection of hoodoos.
Arches National Park has the largest number of natural stone arches in the world. The park contains approximately 2,000 verified arches, as well as pinnacles, balancing rocks, pinnacles, and other natural formations.