Utah is the backdrop to your lifestyle. Whatever your lifestyle is.
Utah has been discovered and rediscovered several times. Its history is replete with people finding this place…and then trying to keep it a secret from everyone else.
Archeological evidence from Utah’s Paleolithic peoples still draws people to Utah. Beautiful petroglyphs across the state tell stories of the Anasazi people who first lived here more than 10,000 years ago. Spanish explorers, Catholic priests, and mountain men—Provo was named for French Canadian fur trader Étienne Provost—preceded Brigham Young and the Mormon Pioneers.
Utah is beautiful. And fun. Eleven of Utah’s legendary ski resorts are less than an hour’s drive from downtown Salt Lake City. With 14 resorts in all, Utah is the place where countless magazine covers have been captured.
With Five National Parks and Monument Valley, Utah is America's national parks capital.
Moab and Park City are two premiere destinations that attract people from all over the world.
Utah’s scenery has made the state Hollywood’s backdrop for everything from spaghetti westerns to moon landings. The setting for many enduring movies—from Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid to Forrest Gump to Thelma & Louise, Utah is the go to location for exotic scenery in film.
With people as inviting as its physical environment and with something to offer both day and night in all four seasons, Utah continues to be a place ripe for rediscovery.