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Explore Utah’s landscapes, lakes, waterfalls, history and wildlife.

Dinosaurs in Utah

Northeast Utah is dinosaurland with museums, ancient footprints, and dig sites. Read More...

History of Utah Parks

As the pictographs and petroglyphs indicate, Utah was traveled well before the rail lines opened up access. Read More...

Lakes, Rivers, and Waterfalls in Utah

Water enthusiasts enjoy miles of lakeshore and towering waterfalls at national parks, Lake Powell, and the Flaming Gorge. Read More...

Natural Rock Arches in Utah

Standing on the desert floor, looking up at the sheer magnitude of these natural stone bridges, one can’t help but think, I see sky where there should be rock. Read More...

Night Skies

Explore the night skies of Utah. In remote desert locations, far from big cities, the skies are darker and showcase millions of stars. Read More...

Rock Art: Petroglyphs and Pictographs in Utah

Found throughout southern Utah, a petroglyph is an image carved, incised or scratched into stone, while a pictograph is a ancient painting. Read More...

Utah Wildlife

Deer, bighorn sheep, elk, rabbits, birds, bats, foxes and three kinds of wild cats roam the Zion area. Read More...

Utah's Landscapes

Explore sandstone cliffs, hoodoos, arches, and moqui stones cover the area and are preserved in the national parks. Read More...