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DINING

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Whether it is enjoying cowboy steaks smoked to perfection, or enjoying modern fine dining – culinary satisfaction awaits you in UTAH. This is a just a tiny glimpse into our dining experiences – no matter your preference, you will love dining in Utah. In Bluff, Utah’s gateway to the Four Corners region, enjoy a creative and local-centric meal at the Cottonwood Steakhouse, featuring an exquisite menu with emphasis on quality. In Bryce Canyon City, dine at Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill at Ruby’s Inn, where a rambunctious group of cowboy minstrels will serenade you with the best of old west Americana. Many folks on the road seek an All-American experience, like Green River’s Ray’s Tavern, which features both excellent burgers, and an eclectic clientele— from motorcycle enthusiasts to river runners. Some travelers demand the finer things, and Utah does not disappoint. Award-winning cuisine is found all over the state, diverse in both price and origin. Park City’s Main Street is a culinary destination in and of itself, with some of the finest restaurants in the state. Salt Lake City has seen a number of exciting restaurants open as well.

UTAH’S MICROBREWERIES
On your visit to UTAH, make sure to visit one of Utah’s many microbreweries. Squatter’s, one of Salt Lake City’s first brewpubs, has an extensive list of award-winning beer, including the state’s first USDA certified organic beer, “Squatter’s Organic Amber Ale.” Squatter’s features a menu ranging from “nibbles” to serious entrées. Salt Lake’s Red Rock Brewing Company is Zagat rated, and known for its “new American cuisine.” There are several other notable brewers in the state, from Moab to Price, including the newest addition: Shades of Pale in Park City. Also in Park City, is the award-winning High West Distillery – the nation’s only ski-in ski-out whiskey distillery!

SHOPPING IN UTAH

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Leave room in your suitcase to do some shopping while you visit our state. UTAH has every kind of shopping experience available, from malls to antique and handmade craft stores. Take a stroll through the unique shops on Park City’s Main Street, or browse one of the full-size shopping malls in the state: We have what you are looking for. Utah’s newest shopping experience is City Creek Center in Downtown Salt Lake City. Opened in March of 2012, encompassing two entire city blocks, City Creek features 80 stores, and a retractable roof for inclement weather. Salt Lake also has The Gateway and the newly-remodeled Trolley Square, where shoppers can enjoy dozens of boutique shops and restaurants. Malls can also be found in Ogden, Layton, Logan, Murray, Orem, Provo, Sandy, and St. George. Outdoor enthusiasts will want to stop at sprawling Cabela’s just off of I-15 in Lehi. When visiting our less populace towns and villages, always make sure to peruse those unique local shops!

WHERE TO STAY: LODGING IN UTAH

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UTAH’s lodging options are as various and impressive as the state’s landscapes – from five-star luxury hotels & resorts to inexpensive, cozy motels – from working ranches to ski lodges – Utah has the ideal accommodations for you. Enjoy a spa treatment at an exclusive resort, or trek to a backcountry yurt heated by a single wood-burning stove. Utah’s lodging providers take pride in their legendary service and friendly hospitality. Make sure to go online and explore our UTAH LODGING GUIDE at www.visitutah.com/hotels-lodging. Designed to inform the traveler by identifying the lodging options that exist in the area you are traveling, it is an excellent way to decide what accommodations will complete your desired Utah experience!

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Utah Travel Guide 2012

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Utah Travel Guide 2012

Utah Travel Guide 2012
Experience Utah
Welcome
Contents
Travel Guide Contents
How To Use This Guide
This Is Utah
Utah’s Geography
Four Seasons
Utah Cities & Economics
Shopping, Dining & Lodging
Scenic Places
National Parks
Arches NP
Bryce Canyon NP
Canyonlands NP
Capitol Reef NP
Zion NP
National Monuments & Recreation Areas
Glen Canyon NRA
Rainbow Bridge NM
Timpanogos Cave NM
Golden Spike NHS
Flaming Gorge NRA
Natural Bridges NM
Hovenweep NM
Cedar Breaks NM
Dinosaur NM
Grand Staircase-Escalante NM
Utah’s Public Lands
Scenic Byways
Elevated Experiences
Accessible Utah
History, Arts & Culture
Historic Sites
Tribal Cultures
Mormon Heritage
Arts, Cultural Events & Festivals
Museums in Utah
Outdoor Adventures
Winter Activities
Skiing & Snowboarding
Olympic Legacy
Hiking & Climbing
Camping
Biking in Utah
Water Sports
Wildlife Adventures
Off-Road Adventures
Utah State Parks
Guides & Outfitters
Utah Golf
Utah Visitor Resources
Getting to Utah
Getting Around Utah
Cities & Major Distances
Life Elevated®
Elevated Experiences
NORTHERN UTAH
CENTRAL UTAH
SOUTHERN UTAH
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Experience Utah
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Welcome
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - How To Use This Guide
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah’s Geography
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Four Seasons
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah Cities & Economics
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Shopping, Dining & Lodging
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Scenic Places
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - National Parks
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Arches NP
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Bryce Canyon NP
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Canyonlands NP
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Capitol Reef NP
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Zion NP
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - National Monuments & Recreation Areas
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Glen Canyon NRA
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Timpanogos Cave NM
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Golden Spike NHS
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Flaming Gorge NRA
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Hovenweep NM
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Cedar Breaks NM
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Grand Staircase-Escalante NM
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah’s Public Lands
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Scenic Byways
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Elevated Experiences
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Accessible Utah
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - History, Arts & Culture
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Historic Sites
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Tribal Cultures
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Mormon Heritage
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Arts, Cultural Events & Festivals
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Museums in Utah
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Outdoor Adventures
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Winter Activities
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Skiing & Snowboarding
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Olympic Legacy
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Hiking & Climbing
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Camping
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Biking in Utah
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Water Sports
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Wildlife Adventures
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Off-Road Adventures
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah State Parks
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Guides & Outfitters
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah Golf
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Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Utah Visitor Resources
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Getting Around Utah
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Cities & Major Distances
Utah Travel Guide 2012 - Life Elevated®
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