Unforgettable Utah Destinations for Fall Break
Looking to make one last getaway before you’re snowed in for the season? You need only travel as far as Utah for spectacular views and unforgettable experiences. Deseret News recently featured five Utah locations for your family’s fall travel destinations. Although Utah is well known for its snow and ski resorts, fall is one of the most beautiful and breathtaking seasons to be here. When the summer heat-wave is gone, it’s the best time to visit these gorgeous landscapes in both northern and southern Utah.
All of these local destinations feature out of this world hiking and opportunities that you can only find in Utah. Monticello and Escalante-Grand Staircase National Park feature Southern Utah’s red rock country. With hikes in Canyonlands and Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, you’ll be glad you made the trip during the cooler weather. Utah.com highlights fun things to do in addition to lodging and activities specific to this time of year.
Northern Utah is also featured with its wooded mountain views. “Cooler sweater temps are exactly what you’ve been waiting for to take your family vacationing in ski resort class,” and Powder Mountain, Snowbasin and Daniel’s Summit provide a unique look at Utah (Utah.com). Biking, fishing and hiking in Utah’s fall colored mountains will be a vacation your family will never forget.
Fall in Utah is unforgettable. Instead of being depressed that summer is over, go out and experience Utah during one of the best times of year.
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