Utah is a southwestern landlocked U.S. state. It shares borders with Colorado (east), Wyoming (northeast) Idaho (north) Nevada (west), and Arizona (south). Utah has four biomes: wetlands, forests, alpine, and deserts. Some areas of Utah boast more than one biome in the same geographic area.

Salt Lake City is the capital of this remote state and is known for its awesome skiing. The most popular part of the state is “Utah’s Mighty Five”. The famous road trip driving through Utah’s five national parks takes around 5.5 hours non-stop.

Utah’s mighty five national parks

  • Zion National Park
  • Bryce National Park
  • Capital Reef National Park
  • Canyonlands National Park
  • Arches National Park

When to visit Utah

The months of April, May, and June, as well as the months of August, September, and October, are the best months to visit Utah as the temperatures are milder and nature is either blossoming or turning a beautiful shade of orange, red, and brown. These are also considered the high season, which means prices will be higher, and the parks will be crowded. Visit during the winter months for a more intimate visit to the park and fewer crowds.

Utah’s Mighty 5 National Park Road Trip

Explore Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks on this epic road trip through Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches. There are three prime options for where to begin your Utah Mighty 5 road trip itinerary: Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, or Denver. This helpful guide covers everything you must see during your Utah national parks road trip!
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The Best Hikes in Zion National Park

Zion National park has some of the best hikes in the country. There are hiking trails for families and adventure seekers alike. Located in the state of Utah in the southwest of the United States. This park is packed full of adventure, hiking trails, nature walks, and beautiful vistas like you’ve never seen.
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