7 Surreal Places In Utah That Belong On Your Bucket List
Crystal blue waters and red rock views.
One of the greatest parts of the Beehive state is the incredible scenery all around it. These seven Utah places to visit are absolute must-dos for every explorer's bucket list. You will want to check them all off in one visit, but if you can't it's all the more reason to go back again.
If you're not even sure what to see first, you can check off all of our suggestions before finding new ones of your own. Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime.
Zion National Park
Price: $35 per vehicle
Location: 1 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, UT
Why You Need To Go: This stunning state park is full of slot canyons, gorgeous, and trails that let you wander through cool rushing waters.
Bonneville Salt Flats
Location: 2370 S. Decker Lake Blvd, West Valley City, UT
Why You Need To Go: This dried-up lake bed is covered in miles ofthat looks like something completely out of this world.
Arches National Park
Price: $30 per vehicle
Location: Moab, UT
Why You Need To Go: This park is home to over 2,000 towering red-rock arches and pillars so tall they look like they are reaching toward thesky.
Price: $20 per vehicle
Location: Grand Junction, UT
Why You Need To Go: A true taste of the, this valley is filled with looming rock formations and endless blue skies.
Location: 683-699 N. Shady Ln., Toquerville, UT
Why You Need To Go: These stunning falls cascade down orange and red rocks into a pool you can swim in at the bottom.
Fifth Water Hot Springs
Location: Diamond Fork Rd, Spanish Fork, UT
Why You Need To Go: These gorgeoushot springs are the perfect place to take a dip after a day of hiking in the area.
Price: $12 per person
Location: 37.5363, -113.165
Why You Need To Go: This breathtaking waterfall running through a slot canyon is the most picturesque stop while visiting the state.
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.