Why hike Utah? Breathtaking views, unique geological features, historical sites and more await… the better question is “Why Not?”
Whether you are a beginning hiker, advanced hiker, or not a hiker at all, you’ll find something in Utah worth lacing your boots up for. With amazing observation points, hikes, historical sites, and views we’re sure will take your breath away; you won’t be able to resist using foot power to explore our amazing state.
Discover Unlimited Beauty
Lakes and forests in the north, desert scapes and salt flats to the west, arches and ruins in the east, red rock and sand dunes to the south. What part of Utah are you waiting to explore?
Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks draw millions of visitors each year. With stunning and diverse landscapes, it’s no wonder Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capital Reef and Zion are among Utah’s top destinations. Amazing for both non-hikers and hikers of all skill levels; a visit to one of these parks should definitely hit your bucket list.
State Parks, National Forests, and recreation areas will also top your must visit list of places in Utah. Discover red rock hoodoos, amazing lakes and reservoirs, sandy beaches, salt flats, and more. Step off the beaten path and try out at least one of these amazing locations.
More of a city slicker? What better way to wind down after a busy day than taking a short hike on one of the many trails located right in one of Utah’s cities and towns. You never know what you might discover when you connect with nature.
Beaches with crystal clear water, forests, deserts, salt flats, sand dunes… what are you waiting for?
A Look Around Utah
Discover Utah’s amazing places and faces, natural landscapes, quaint towns, and historical sites.
Photos help inspire and move us to action by capturing the essence of a moment in time. A picture is worth a thousand words isn’t it? Check out some of our favorites from around Utah.
Places to Discover
Check out our pages below to learn more about how we rate hikes, hiking tips and tricks, and why hiking in Utah is so awesome.