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Utah Hotels and Flights

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Outdoor playground

Utah equals outdoor activities; so much so that we would happily exchange the word `outdoors' for `Utah' in the English language if we could. From exploring magnificent national parks to skiing some of the greatest snow on earth to touring the outlaw hideouts of the Wild West, Utah holidays are full of adventures set within stunning natural scenery. In fact, the only time you will want to be indoors is when you sleep (and maybe not even then).

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Highlights of Utah

National Parks

The wide open spaces of Utah stitch up a patchwork of spectacularly beautiful scenery and national parks. There are five national parks you may come across on your holiday in Utah, each more awesome and astonishingly beautiful than the last. Check out the naturally formed gothic spires, church steeples, and limestone hoodoos in the iron-rich limestone of Bryce Canyon National Park. Or lose yourself in the raw beauty of nature at Zion National Park, where you will see a multi-hued landscape of unmatched splendour among the domes, fins, and blocky massifs.  

Outdoor Adventures

Since Utah is one of the premier outdoor destinations in the USA, it is no surprise that the outdoor adventures here are basically limitless. And with five national parks, seven national monuments, five national forests, 43 state parks, and 14 ski areas, you have plenty of backdrops to choose from. The rivers and lakes offer kayaking, rafting, and boating, the canyons offer rock climbing and mountain biking, or head to Utah's mountains to ski some of the softest, lightest powder on Earth.

Great Salt Lake

The Great Salt Lake is one of the largest salt lakes in the world, second only to the Dead Sea. This unique lake is home to millions of native birds, such as the largest population of Wilson's phalarope in the world. On the shores of the lake, Antelope Island State Park offers hiking and cycling trails, beaches, and stunning panoramic views across the lake. On the southern side of the lake at Great Salt Lake State Park is a marina from which sailboats launch into the waters.

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Weather

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JAN
5°C
7mm
FEB
6°C
8mm
MAR
11°C
7mm
APR
15°C
8mm
MAY
21°C
3mm
JUN
26°C
2mm
JUL
29°C
7mm
AUG
28°C
12mm
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23°C
13mm
OCT
16°C
17mm
NOV
8°C
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5°C
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Find more about Bryce Canyon National Park

Autumn Season

Early autumn is pleasant during the day with crisp nights. Temperatures drop quickly and by late autumn you can expect snow and freezing temperatures. 

Our Favourite Season

If you’re looking for mild, pleasant days, June to September is the best time to visit Bryce Canyon. We also love December, when the red hoodoos are layered in bands of snow, while clear skies and excellent air quality offer unparalleled stargazing. 

Our Favourite Season

If you’re looking for mild, pleasant days, June to September is the best time to visit Bryce Canyon. We also love December, when the red hoodoos are layered in bands of snow, while clear skies and excellent air quality offer unparalleled stargazing. 

Summer Season

Summer in Bryce Canyon National Park features sunny days with pleasant temperatures and cool nights. In July and August you can expect afternoon thunderstorms to crop up. 

Winter Season

Bryce Canyon’s elevation makes for temperamental winter weather, although days are generally clear and crisp. Expect intermittent seasonal road and hiking trail closures due to snow, as well as freezing nights well into June. 

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JAN
1°C
51mm
FEB
2°C
60mm
MAR
6°C
52mm
APR
9°C
28mm
MAY
15°C
19mm
JUN
20°C
14mm
JUL
23°C
32mm
AUG
22°C
44mm
SEP
18°C
31mm
OCT
11°C
45mm
NOV
5°C
35mm
DEC
0°C
43mm
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Find more about Zion National Park

Autumn Season

Zion’s autumns are mild to warm with sunny days and clear, cool nights. Temperatures drop more around the end of September, bringing out the colourful autumn foliage and flowers. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Zion National Park is during the slightly cooler months of September and October. The days are still sunny and mild, the nights crisp, and the flowers and autumn foliage have presented in rich oranges and brilliant crimsons. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Zion National Park is during the slightly cooler months of September and October. The days are still sunny and mild, the nights crisp, and the flowers and autumn foliage have presented in rich oranges and brilliant crimsons. 

Summer Season

Summer is very hot and dry in Zion National Park, punctuated by frequent afternoon thunderstorms that occur in July and August. Extreme highs often surpass 38°C in Zion’s summer season. 

Winter Season

Winter at Zion National Park is relatively mild at lower desert elevations. From November until March rain or light snow may fall, although it doesn’t usually snow very much. 

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1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
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10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
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24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
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Find more about Salt Lake City

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

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JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Moab

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Torrey

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

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JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Kanab

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Springdale

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

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JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Arches National Park

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Canyonlands National Park

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
-2°C
35mm
FEB
1°C
37mm
MAR
5°C
43mm
APR
10°C
50mm
MAY
15°C
46mm
JUN
21°C
28mm
JUL
26°C
13mm
AUG
24°C
15mm
SEP
18°C
27mm
OCT
12°C
38mm
NOV
5°C
36mm
DEC
-1°C
29mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Capitol Reef National Park

Autumn Season

Utah has a spectacular autumn, when the comfortable temperatures and low chance of snow or rain make it excellent for the numerous outdoor activities the state has to offer. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Utah is in September and early October when the temperatures are mild and there is little chance of thunderstorms or snow. Autumn colours, especially in the mountains, rival New England for vibrancy, the colours peaking in late-September. 

Summer Season

Summer is the most popular time to visit Utah, although very hot temperatures reign in the desert regions, including the national parks. In the north and the mountains the temperatures are rarely extreme but thunderstorms are a daily threat. 

Winter Season

Snow is common in the winter throughout Utah, starting as early as November and often falling into March. Utah is known for its excellent ski resorts, especially south of Salt Lake City. 

Excursions in and around Utah

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