If you love a good road trip, this map will lead you to some of the Beehive State's most incredible spots. These Utah destinations offer incredible views and adventures so that you can create amazing memories. You can make an epic playlist to listen to while you explore these spots for a truly unique trip.

You can glimpse towering waterfalls and bright orange hoodoos, and it is impossible not to fall in love with the natural beauty of each place.

The only thing better than the adventure will be all of the seriously spectacular photos.

Now, all you have to do is decide where to start!

Flaming Gorge Reservoir

Price: Free

Location: Dutch John, UT

Why You Need To Go: You can spend a day on the water or hike through plentiful forest trails at this dreamy park.


Water Canyon Trail

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 4 miles roundtrip

Location: Latitude: 37.01513361, Longitude: -112.9812556

Why You Need To Go: This 2-mile hike is filled with waterfalls and streams that make it a stunning adventure. 


White Pine Lake

Price: Free

Location: Latitude: 40.57242, Longitude: -111.69896

Why You Need To Go: This turquoise alpine lake sits nestled among towering forests for a truly unique hike.


Calf Creek Falls

Price: $5

Location: Latitude: 37.793186, Longitude: -111.413820

Why You Need To Go: These towering falls cascade into an emerald green pool and create a truly magical escape.


Fairyland Canyon In Bryce Canyon

Price: $35

Location: UT-63, Bryce, UT

Why You Need To Go: You can explore this dreamy area, which features massive orange sandstone hoodoos dotted with giant pine trees.


Lake Blanch Trail

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 6.9 miles roundtrip

Location: Latitude: 40.6059, Longitude: -111.693

Why You Need To Go: This whimsical hiking trail gives you fantastic lake views and takes you through lush green forest paths.


Hog Springs Recreational Area

Price: Free

Location: Latitude: 37.960725, Longitude: -110.491129

Why You Need To Go: You can wander from the picnic area to a waterfall and shimmering pool, or glimpse ancient petroglyphs on the red rock walls.


We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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