New Printed Utah Travel Guide Available
The Utah Office of Tourism is out with a new printed travel guide to help people plan trips. It can be requested by going to this page on our website. Other printed information can be requested from the same page.
Utah's official travel guide is famous for its stunning photography. In this edition the photos are described as "indelible."
The guide includes information on hotels/motels, guides and outfitters, national and state parks and other prime destinations. The Deseret News has this articledescribing the publication. Below are excerpts.
The free book, available to residents and visitors, includes full-color photography and information on parks, activities and events, and a pull-out map with transportation information.
New this year are three smaller regional inserts for northern, southern and central Utah that contain information on wildlife viewing areas, ski resorts, state and national parks, forests, monuments and Bureau of Land Management recreation areas. All are tied to a detailed road map.
Sections in the new guide include Utah’s scenic parks and public lands, Olympic venues, skiing and other winter activities, water sports, hiking and climbing, biking, wildlife adventures, off-roading, golf, accessibility, guides and outfitters, and arts, history, culture and events.