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Utah ActivitiesUtah is a fresh and vibrant destination filled with outdoor recreation. It is a landscape full of compelling scenery mixed with a wide range of adventure. Southeastern Utah is home to mountain biking and rafting the Green and Colorado Rivers should be mandatory, and hiking Escalante's slot canyons is backpacking at its best. All types of recreational activities exist in Utah and are available for every skill level and interest. Golfing, rock climbing, backpacking, hiking, boating and camping are exciting endeavors for visitors during the summer, spring and fall months. In the winter, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are favorites of locals and tourists alike.

Nearly every type of outdoor adventure can happen in Utah. It's an exciting mix, including trails to explore on foot, on horseback, or via off-highway vehicle; roads for bicycling; rivers to float; slopes just waiting to be skied; scenic golf courses; guided tours; and a surprising variety of wildlife viewing options.

Adventure Packages Hiking Snowboarding
ATV Riding Horseback Snowmobiling
Biking Jeep Tours Watersports
Cross-Country Skiing Hunting Wildlife
Fishing Rock Climbing Winter Activities
Golf Skiing Summer Camps

The 41st Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival 2010
August 6 - 8, 2010, 220 Selected Artists, Utah's Castle Creek wines & Budweiser beer gardens, Food Booths, three Stages with thirty live bands, dozens of arts & crafts with face painting at the Kimball Kids’ Corner,  and the #1 longest running arts festival in the West. All at 7,000’ elevation.

Leave No Trace

Utah's public lands are utilized in ways as varied as their landscapes. Because they are lands of multiple use, it is important that all visitors work together to preserve Utah's scenic qualities.

Recreational users have a special responsibility to employ minimum impact practices while enjoying Utah's forests and deserts.

"Tread lightly" when traveling, and "leave no trace" of your camping area.

Help keep the forests and canyons clean. Pick up and pack out trash, and dispose of human waste properly.

Protect and conserve water sources. Carry your own water for drinking and washing to protect scarce desert water sources and forest watershed areas.

Leave space for wildlife. Maintain your distance and remain quiet. Don't chase or pick up wild animals. Keep pets under control and out of areas where they are prohibited, including hiking trails.

Leave historic sites, rock art, ruins and artifacts untouched for the future. Admire remnants from a distance, and report violations.

Some of the best ways to experience Utah's public lands are guided adventures led by seasoned, professional outfitters. Many types of tours and activities are available, from guided hunting and fishing, bicycle treks, and horsepacking, to ATV tours and backcountry hiking.

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