10 Most Breathtaking Natural Wonders Utah 

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Arches National Park - This is one of the most visited places in Utah. If you're driving into the state, you'll see "Welcome to Utah"

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Canyonlands National Park - Also in the vicinity of Moab is Canyonlands National Park. There are two main areas to visit in the park; Island in the Sky and The Needles.

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Zion National Park - Zion National Park is full of slot canyons, towering rock walls and endless blue skies.

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Bryce Canyon National Park - Not far from Zion is Bryce Canyon National Park. The valley is made up of several small valleys and drainages along the edge of the mesa.

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Mirror Lake - This is a great recreation area for hiking, fishing, boating, horseback riding, and other summer outdoor activities.

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Great Salt Lake - This lake is one of the big lakes.

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Bears Ears National Monument - A relatively new monument, Bears Ears is located in southeastern Utah. This monument is named after those twin buttes.

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Big Cottonwood Canyon - Located on the edge of Salt Lake City in the Unitah-Wasach-Cache National Forest is Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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Dead Horse Point State Park - Dead Horse Point is located in the Colorado River with a choke point where the river turns back 180 degrees.

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

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