Originally we were awestruck at the natural beauty of Zion and Bryce, some of our nations most beautiful and unique national parks. Now having seen more including Salt Lake City and Park City, we can honestly say Utah struck all of us as the work of G-d’s paintbrush. In the spring and summer, beautiful colors, especially reds, oranges and yellows are transposed on magical rock formations. I still have yet to see Arches and some other places that are on my bucket list so you can bet I’ll be back for sure.
In winter, the mountains are a magical white with the most powdery of snow hosting some of the worlds best places to ski. If you are lucky enough to visit Utah during the winter (holiday time is awash in spectacular festive lighting everywhere you look) don’t miss out on a host of other fun activities, like snowmobiling, curling, and even a treasure hunt. Known as the beehive state for the industriousness of it’s people, nowhere was that more evident than at the the Salt Lake Temple which truly is the cornerstone of Salt Lake City