Within the borders of Utah sits five incredible and awe-inspiring national parks. How many can you name?
The stunning and magical landscape which makes up this beautiful state often includes picturesque scenes commonly printed in calendars and magazines. Although often overlooked by nearby states such as Colorado and California, Utah’s mountains, cliffs, deserts, and out-of-this-world landscapes should not be missed.
As I sit here writing this to you, a young couple rides their bike outside the library on a beautiful 75 degree day, with a background of snow-capped mountains on the near horizon. A mere twenty miles away sits Zion National Park, an unrealistic landscape that shapes some of America’s greatest wonders.
Inside Utah sits five outstanding National Parks. The state holds the third most national parks of all states, standing just behind California (nine) and Alaska (eight).