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Cheap flights to Utah

Utah is the 13th largest state of the United States with a population of about 2.9 million. Almost 80 percent of the residents in this state live along the Wasatch Front with Salt Lake City at its centre. The place is famous for its landscapes and adventures which include skiing, hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, camping, and boating. This has become a well-known destination for adventure enthusiasts not only from the United States but all over the world. The region has four seasons – summer, winter, and two wet transition periods. It is best for tourists to estimate their time of visit in the area and the activities they will do which will match the seasons in Utah.

What to see & do

Salt Lake City Temple Square - This is one of the most visited attraction in Utah with foreigners being treated to a tour of a landscaped 10-acre property. Tours are available in 40 languages. You will be awed with the beauty of the star-studded dome in the rotunda of the North Visitors’ Center and also be amazed of the 11-foot statue of the Savior with arms wide open. Meanwhile, the South Visitors’ Center mostly focused on the vital role of the families and God’s plan for mankind.

Arches National Park - Located in Southeastern Utah, this park is home to the world’s largest natural stone arches. It can be found in a red dessert adorned with finds, rocks, and of course, arches. It is estimated that the place has more than 2,000 rock and stone formations. A three-mile round trip on the park is a must-do to experience the real beauty of the place though visitors should really come with a tour guide. Remember that there are trails that could lead to dead ends and it will be a wise decision to have someone familiar with the place lead you through these rock structures.

Experience Whiteriver Rafting - Locals and tourists alike love the adrenaline while rafting on the Green and Colorado Rivers whose rapids surely provide excitement to adventure lovers. While rafting, people can also catch a glimpse of the Fisher Towers and the Labyrinth Canyon. There are also famous drop points in the area like the Lava Falls, Satan’s Gut, and the Little Niagara. Professional guides are available to ensure the safety of these adventures.

Trains of the TRAX light rail mainly serves Salt Lake County and also has trips to major destinations in Utah. It has three lines – blue (from Draper to Downtown Salt Lake City), red (from Daybreak Community of South Jordan to University of Utah) and green (from West Valley City to Salt Lake City International Airport).

Buses are also great modes of transport in the state with services going to and from areas in the Wasatch Front, Park City, and Grantsville. There are also dedicated buses to ski destinations like Ogden, Provo, Cedar City, Logan, and St. George.

The cities of Logan, Hyrum, Smithfield, Richmond, in addition to nearby Preston, Idaho, are served by a local sales-tax-funded zero-fare bus system called the Cache Valley Transit District (CVTD). It is the only system-wide free public transit system in the state. Aside from these buses, there is also a bus rapid transit system in Utah dubbed as the MAX bus which is considered a fast way to get in and out of the city.

Some people wanting to explore the region in their most convenient time would rather rent a car for a customised travel.

How to get there

Getting in to Utah is a breeze especially with Salt Lake City International Airport which serves as the hub of the Delta Air lines. It has flights to and from more than 100 destinations all across the globe including Mexico, the United States, Canada, Tokyo, and Paris. Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, and US Airways Express are only some of the air carriers which have flights to this major airport in Utah.

Flights to Utah

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