When most people consider Utah, they typically think of one of two things: quintessential red rock desert, or world-class skiing. Located in the southwest corner of the state, the red rock winter wonderland of Cedar City offers the best of both worlds!
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Unspoiled scenery, lively entertainment and an inspired arts scene are just a few things to do in Logan, Utah. The list goes on, so pack your sense of adventure and head to Cache Valley for a trip you’ll never want to end!
Whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland or a warm escape, these are best places to visit in winter in the US! Snow-capped mountains, cozy chalets and secluded beaches are all accessible year-round but especially enjoyable during the colder months. Wherever you’re headed, but sure to plan for the weather in your dream winter destination.
Spend a long weekend in Carbon County, Wyoming this winter. We’ve mapped out the perfect three days that mix outdoor pursuits with comfy relaxation, based around the annual WinterFest celebration in Rawlins. You’ll find good old Wyoming adventure and plenty of holiday cheer throughout!
When the flakes start to fly in Carbon County, Wyoming, the fun is just getting started. Hot springs, festivals, outdoor recreation, and great food are all on the menu for your weekend adventure.
In the forested stretches above Cedar City, Brian Head Ski Resort dishes out powder days to those seeking turns. From the vantage at the ski resort, red rock formations in the distance gleam under fresh snow. This is truly a unique experience from a ski lift!
Winter in Cody looks like trails through the forest, abundant wildlife, history of the American West, downhill skiing, and everything in between!
For quiet and solitude in the fall and winter months, wind your way to Carbon County, Wyoming. There is so much to keep you busy if you’d like, as well as plenty of options for relaxation and rejuvenation.
Throw the skis on the car and bundle up for a weekend—or a whole week—of nonstop fun. There’s plenty of room in South Lake Tahoe for the whole family this season.
Coloradoans like myself are seeking the outdoors more than ever. An unprecedented number of people are playing outside, occupying trails, and seeking fresh air. Though I have always considered myself sociable and courteous on trails, having to step off constantly and let others pass by while friendly trail banter is murmured under face coverings is somewhat tiring. Fortunately, our neighbor to the north is not only full of stunning countryside, but is also the least populated state in the USA. Just over the Colorado border, Carbon County, Wyoming has all the travel amenities one could need, plus a vast outdoor landscape to explore.