Utah, USA

This is one of the 50 states that make up the United States of America. Utah is a renowned tourist destination in the Southwest of the United States. It is famous for its unbelievable beauty and the opportunity it offers for all year round outdoor activities including hiking, boating, snowboarding, horseback riding, camping, water skiing, skiing, and rock climbing. It is also home to several unique modern sites such as Temple Square, which is the headquarters for the Mormon Church. Salt Lake City is its capital.
Utah Tourist Attractions
Salt Lake City International Airport is the most important transport hub in the state. It is served mainly by Delta Airlines which offers nonstop service from 109 different destinations, most in the western US, but also from medium-sized cities in the central US and the large cities on the east coast and also from Paris-De Gaulle and five times a week service from Tokyo-Narita. By land, you can come from southern California, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Denver and Wyoming and the connect to Canada through Reno to the west.
Accommodation facilities in Utah are varied and strategically located and easy to spot for a visitor. They range from hotels, motels, condos, and barbeques to private homes offering accommodation for visitors. There are several interesting national parks in Utah. They include the Arches National Park with the largest concentration of natural arches in the world, as well as other unique sandstone formations, such as cliffs and gorges, the Bryce Canyon National Park with beautiful forest. Canyonlands National Park –it houses narrow gorges, canyons, plateaus, and bluffs, Capitol Reef National Park –it is a remote park along the Water pocket Fold and the Cedar Breaks National Monument – large natural mountainous area.
National monuments include, the Dinosaur National Monument – which features a major excavation site for dinosaur bones, the Golden Spike National Historic Site were a symbolic golden spike is constructed, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the Hove weep National Monument 
Bear Lake is one of the most popular tourist attractions in summer in the state of Utah. It offers such an array of water sports and summer resort areas surrounded by colored by beautiful mountain surroundings.
The Great Salt Lake is a shallow, salty lake in the northwestern portion of the state northwest of Salt Lake City. There are 300 ships and is available for year-round boating on the lake that never freezes. You can also take a cruise on one of the few powerboats that frequent the lake. The Great Salt Lake Yacht Club organizes sailboat races that occur all summer long on Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings. 
There are several mountains all around Utah state. They include: Wasatch Mountains is a mountain range running through the center of state north-south with picturesque mountain views, offers brilliant summer recreational activities, and multiple world-famous ski areas. The Uinta Mountains is the large range of the Rocky Mountains running through the northeast portion of the state with spectacular mountain climbing and pristine, an amazing wilderness. King’s peak is the highest in the Uinta ranges.