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Discover Utah: five well-known national parks with spectacular and colorful natural landscapes, numerous “scenic byways”, 14 first-class ski areas, the large salt lake and the fascinating metropolis Salt Lake City or small western towns like Park City!… and bring a lot of time with you!
Discover the sights of Utah!
Utah’s natural landscape is one of the most spectacular and colorful in North America. In addition to the five well-known national parks – Arches National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park – Utah also offers true nature along the seven “Scenic Byways” and in the 43 state parks created masterpieces. Many of them were able to retain their original character. In the north of Utah is the large salt lake, which can be recognized in a deep violet blue due to its very high salt content. The capital Salt Lake City owes its name to him.
Salt Lake City & Park City
Just 45 minutes’ drive from Salt Lake City is in the heart of the Rocky Mountains Park City. The two ski areas that surround the former silver mining town offer the ideal setting for actively exploring the wonderful alpine mountain landscape.
The Utah Olympic Winter Games were held in 2002. The metropolis Salt Lake City and Park City were the base stations for almost all competitions. Both places presented themselves to the world against the breathtaking backdrop of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains and rightly advertised with the slogan “Greatest Snow on Earth” for their winter sports region! Two of the largest ski areas in North America – Park City Mountain Resort near Park City and Powder Mountain – are located in Utah.
Park City is located in the middle of the Utah Rocky Mountains and is only a 45-minute drive from Salt Lake City Airport. The three ski areas that surround the former silver mining town offer the ideal setting for actively exploring the wonderful alpine mountain landscape.
Highlights in Utah
- Monument Valley
- Lake Powell
- Zion National Park
- Arches National Park
- Canyonlands National Park
- Dinosaur National Monument
Cities worth seeing
- Salt Lake City
- Park City
State Facts & Figures
Area: 219,900 km² (corresponds to the area of Belarus)
Population: approx.2,233,200 (approx.10.2 per km²)
Capital: Salt Lake City (approx. 181,700 pe)
Highest point: Kings Peak (4,610 m)
State bird: American Seagull
State flower: Sego Lily
State tree: Blue Spruce
State animal: Rocky Mountain Elk
Taxes: State Sales Tax: 4.75%
Time zone: Mountain Standard Time (CET -8 hours)
Maximum speed: Interstates outside cities 75 mph (approx. 120 kmh), within cities 65 mph (approx. 104 kmh), other roads 65 mph (approx. 104 kmh)
Int. Airports: Salt Lake City
Park City, Utah
Park City is located in the middle of the Utah Rocky Mountains and is only a 45-minute drive from Salt Lake City Airport. The former silver mining town is surrounded by the three world-class ski areas Deer Valley, Park City Mountain and The Canyons, which hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The historical part of the place was restored a few years ago with great attention to detail in the style of a western town. Since the hotels that were later built are based on this style, the whole town with its numerous shops and galleries, restaurants and bars exudes a rustic, wild west atmosphere.
In summer, Park City’s three ski areas offer the ideal setting for actively exploring the wonderful alpine mountain landscape. You have the choice of various leisure activities such as mountain biking, hiking, rafting, golfing, zip-lining, fly fishing or visit the Olympic Park and race through the Olympic bobsleigh track – an incomparable experience even in summer!
In addition, Park City also offers you a wide range of cultural highlights in summer. In addition to classic concerts, musicals and rock festivals, you can visit numerous food festivals or take part in sporting events. You should plan at least 3 to 4 nights for Park City on your summer vacation, because you will be amazed at how quickly time flies with this wide range of activities!