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21 Beautiful Photos Of Places In Utah You Should Go See In Person

Because you can't put a license plate in a scrapbook.

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2. Delicate Arch, Arches National Park

NPS photo by Jacob W. Frank / Via Flickr: archesnps

Delicate Arch is probably Utah's most famous rock formation, and if you get a chance to visit it at night, you might also get some incredible photo opportunities.

5. Capitol Reef National Park

Carl Berger / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: carlberger

Did you know Utah has five national parks? The Navajo originally called this area "The Land of the Sleeping Rainbow", and one look at the landscape will tell you why!


7. Cedar Breaks National Monument

Tim Hamilton / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: bestrated1

Montana may be "Big Sky Country", but pair these awesome cloud formations with equally awesome rock formations, and Cedar Breaks is unmatched.

8. Echo Park, Dinosaur National Monument

Colorado_Chris / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: colorado_chris

The Yampa and Green Rivers converge near Echo Park in Dinosaur National Monument's canyon country, and the night sky is sure to be filled with stars.


14. The Jupiter, Golden Spike National Historic Site

Great Beyond / Via Flickr: tonyjcase

Officials celebrated the first transcontinental railroad with symbolic golden spikes, and this replica of an 1860 steam locomotive runs through the summer.


18. Natural Bridges National Monument

Tobias / Via Flickr: paraflyer

The three bridges, Sipapu, Owachomo and Kachina, are really spectacular when viewed in person. Unfortunately, erosion will someday make these bridges collapse, so make sure you take a trip to see them!

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