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Responsible Travel in Utah

It’s not easy making the decision to travel, or knowing how to approach travel during this time period. What we do know is small but mighty actions make all the difference as we work together to control the spread of coronavirus and to restore strength to our struggling local businesses by supporting local. We also know nature has immense power to heal and rejuvenate. We hope these resources provide some clarity, and we welcome you to Utah when the time is right.

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What's Happening?

Utah's Parks Are Open

All Mighty 5 national parks are open alongside Utah’s State Parks, BLM lands, and most open spaces (with some limitations including Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, which remains closed). Before you head out, be sure to know the limitations and restrictions of the area you’re visiting. 

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Ski Resorts Will Open

Utah's ski resorts have implemented proscriptions and precautions from lift lines to restaurants, and moved more amenities outdoors or online to reduce congestion among guests.

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Do Your Part

Before traveling, we ask you to consider:

  • Will I come into contact with surfaces that can hold and transfer the virus?
  • Does this activity put me at risk for potential rescue, straining local resources?
  • Might I come within six feet of people who are not a part of my household?
  • Does my recreation bring me in closer contact with vulnerable people or communities that have limited health resources?
  • Am I doing what I can to avoid crowded locations?
  • Have I prepared for limited services and facilities in remote areas? 

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3 Days

Denver to Moab: A High-Octane Weekend Road Trip

Start planning your road trip from Colorado to Moab with three days of mountain biking, hiking, skydiving, rafting and experiencing the best of Moab.

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3 Days

A Family Road Trip From Las Vegas to Zion National Park

A three-day weekend is a perfect start in exploring the Wild West of Zion National Park and Southern Utah. This family-friendly road trip pairs a big helping of adventure with new discoveries in Southern Utah’s frontier for a weekend you and the kids won’t soon forget.

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6 Days

Phoenix to Monument Valley: Exploring Utah's Historic Sites

Put yourself in the shoes of the area’s first inhabitants and imagine their excitement and awe at the same views that stretch before you as you embark on this six-day road trip to the Monument Valley Region.

Highlights

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