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Holidays to Utah

Choose a holiday in Utah and it's like casting yourself as the star of your own Western movie. The landscapes here are straight out of 'How the West Was Won- with sweeping mountains giving way to parched deserts, red rock canyons and rugged gorges. Stare out across the rocky terrain and you might fancy you catch the sound of a gun battle. But that's just an echo of the past because the Utah of today is more of a giant outdoor playground, with some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth.

Utah is blessed with jaw-dropping sights. There's no less than five spectacular national parks, seven national monuments, seven national forests, and two national recreation areas to be amazed by. And that's just for starters. There's also fascinating cities like Salt Lake City to discover and the kind of outside action that will have fans of the Great Outdoors drooling in anticipation: hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, white water rafting, off-road driving and superb skiing all go with the territory.

The towering red sandstone buttes of Monument Valley have graced the backdrop of many a John Wayne movie; but they're just one of Utah's stand-out sights. Bryce Canyon has waves of multi-hued pinnacles that seem to shape-shift as the light changes. Arches National Park is scattered with over 2,000 soaring natural stone arches. Canyonlands has crowds of 'hoodoos' - impossible-looking spires capped by huge boulders. And Zion National Park is a heavenly vision of waterfalls and emerald pools.

When you've had your fill of the desert, head over to Lake Powell in Glen Canyon - so massive that its shoreline is longer than the entire west coast of the USA. But whatever you do on holiday in Utah, just make sure you get out there and enjoy the view.

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Why not explore the following destination in Utah

Zion National Park

If you fancy a trip to the Promised Land while you're in Utah, then visit Zion National Park. So-called for its almost celestial beauty, this is a landscape of soaring granite monolith.

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A Piece of the Action

Moab is one of the best bases for adrenaline-filled outdoor adventure. Mountain bikers can tackle miles of challenging sandstone trails in preparation for the mother of them all - the 10-mile Slickrock Trail. There's fantastic white water rafting on the Colorado and Green rivers. And a network of snaking dirt track roads make for one of the hottest 4x4 off-road driving spots in the country.

Zion National Park

A jewel among Utah's national parks, Zion's ethereal landscape is a sight to behold and pure paradise for rock climbers. Don't miss The Narrows, where the gap between sheer 2000-foot-high cliffs is so narrow you have to walk through the shallow waters of the Virgin River - nor the Emerald Pools Trail with its hanging gardens, gushing waterfalls, and glowing green water.

Winter Sports

Utah is one of the USA's top ski destinations. Of the state's 14 resorts, Snowbasin and Beaver Mountain are family friendly, with skiing for all standards; Alta is for serious downhill action and has plenty of challenging runs; and Park City has not only the softest powder but the best après-ski.

Dinosaur National Monument

Straddling the Utah-Colorado border and strewn with gorgeous mountains, canyons, and ravines, this park is home to the largest number of Jurassic dinosaur bones ever discovered. You can see the giant remains embedded in the rocks and learn about the huge reptiles that once roamed here, as well as hiking the trails and rafting on the river.

Delicate Arch

You can see the soaring free-standing arch depicted on Utah licence plates in the Arches National Park. So-called because continued erosion puts its future in danger, it's an icon of the state and a must-see on a holiday in Utah. After all, when you come back, it might be gone.

Road through the Rockies Fly Drive Holiday

Denver – Rocky Mountain National Park – Grand Junction – Moab – Durango – Gunnison – Colorado Springs - Denver

Enjoy a scenic road tour through the state of Colorado, taking in scenic mountain vistas, wonderful wildlife, historic mining towns and exciting cities on this suggested fly drive itinerary. You’ll drive from state capital Denver down to Rocky Mountain National Park, through some of Colorado’s famous ski resorts and over the Utah border to Moab with the opportunity to visit Canyonlands and Arches National Parks before crossing the state line back into Colorado and continuing to the unforgettable Mesa Verde National Park. From here continue to the Wild West mining town of Durango, see one of the deepest and darkest canyons in America and then finish your holiday in Colorado Springs, home to the fabulous Garden of the Gods.
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Fly Drive Holiday: American Grandeurs

Denver – Steamboat Springs – Rock Springs – Jackson – Yellowstone National Park – Salt Lake City – Bryce Canyon National Park – Lake Powell/ Page – Mesa Verde National Park/ Cortez – Durango – Taos – Denver

Discover the grand American landscapes of the Rockies and the Colorado Plateau on this fly drive holiday of mountains, canyons, lakes and Western cities. Visit the world famous Yellowstone National Park, learn about Utah’s Mormon history in Salt Lake City, take in the awe-inspiring rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park and Monument Valley, find out about ancient civilisations at Mesa Verde National Park and stay in authentic Western towns like Steamboat Springs and Durango. Your journey begins and ends in Denver, the Mile High City where you can find unique districts, relaxing green spaces and some of the United States’ best boutique beers.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Canyons of the West

Las Vegas – Bryce Canyon – Moab – Mesa Verde – Grand Canyon

With Las Vegas as your base this epic fly drive will take you through some of the USA’s most awe-inspiring natural landscapes, from the incredibly formed rock formations of Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks, to the vast desert landscapes of Monument Valley and not forgetting one of the natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon! This is one fly drive that is not to be missed!
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Escorted Tour: Western Discovery

Los Angeles – Phoenix – Grand Canyon - Page/Lake Powell – Bryce Canyon – Las Vegas – Mammoth Lakes – Yosemite – San Francisco – Pismo Beach – Los Angeles

This popular escorted tour will take you through some of the USA’s iconic western sights, from the desert landscapes of Arizona to the canyon lands of Utah, combined with the energetic city pace of Las Vegas and Los Angeles, with some coastal relaxation thrown in for good measure. There really is no better way to see the best of the American West than on this comprehensive escorted coach tour.
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Motorcycle Holiday: Wild West Guided Tour

Los Angeles – Palm Springs – Laughlin – Grand Canyon – Monument Valley – Bryce Canyon – Las Vegas

Grab yourself a Harley Davidson or Honda and take the ride of your life through the cities, deserts, mountains and canyons of the Wild West on this exciting guided motorcycle holiday! Your journey takes you from the urban sprawl of Los Angeles to the desert oasis of Palm Springs, then through some of America’s most iconic vistas at the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Bryce Canyon. Your last stop is Las Vegas, where the journey may be over but the adventure continues as you discover the bright lights and brash hotels of Sin City.
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Time Difference:
GMT- 5hours

Closest Airport:
Salt Lake City International Airport, indirect flights only (approx. 13 hours, indirect flight)

Getting around:
The best way to get around Utah is by road. Hire a car from £19 per day and enjoy awesome road trips along Monument Valley, the Zion Canyon Loop and Scenic Byway 12 through Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks.

Insider Tip:
Monument Valley is on Navajo land and you are restricted to one small 3 mile trail or the 17 mile gravel loop within this area, unless you hire a Navajo guide to take you off the path.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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