Every time I visit Utah, I fall in love a little bit more. It’s rugged country, full of Dr. Suess-like rock formations, dusty red dirt, beautiful forests and mountains. It’s a road trip lovers dream. There’s always something to see on the road in Utah.
Between the Mighty 5 National Parks, National Forests, BLM land and state parks, there’s no shortage of public land in Utah.
Utah seems to specialize in curvy back roads with stunning scenery.
Sunrise in Arches National Park.
Hiking in Arches National Park.
The Three Sisters in Goblin Valley State Park.
North and South Window Arch.
Sunset lighting up the red rocks outside of Zion National Park.
Views in Zion National Park.
Moody afternoon in Zion National Park.
Bryce Canyon National Park at sunset.
Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park.
Hiking in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Hot springs with a mountain view.
Scenic views along State Road 24.
View from Dixie National Forest. Capital Reef National Park in the background.
Hiking through arches in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Pine Tree Arch.
Sunset above Moab.
Turret Arch and South Window Arch in the background.
Hwy 12 passing through an arch.