The fun of outdoor adventures; camping, hiking, biking, fishing, and rock climbing all await us when spring arrives. Even our most workaholic web designers can’t escape the desire to get out and enjoy Utah’s beauty.
Our beautiful state of Utah has everything to offer you and your family. Here’s a list of our web designer’s top outdoor places to hit during spring.
1. Alpine Loop Scenic Byway
Spectacular views await you in this 20-mile drive through the rough Alpine Canyons of the Western Range. This route follows American Fork Canyon and then continues through Uinta National Forest into Provo Canyon.
Need a break during the drive? Take a short detour to Cascade Springs and be refreshed by its crystal clear natural pools and cascading terraces fully-packed with aquatic creatures. Other things to do in the byway include hiking, biking, and camping.
2. Tracy Aviary
Tracy Aviary’s goal is not just to showcase some of the world’s loveliest birds but to also give you a one of a kind experience all around. You’ll not only enjoy and investigate the nature of birds, but also explore, learn, and experience things you probably never had before. They even offer a kid’s adventure summer camp.
No doubt, Moab has become a popular destination for those who want to experience the thrill of trail biking. In fact, some biking enthusiasts even claim that Moab is the home to the greatest biking trails on Earth. Who would have thought that it’s in Utah?
Things to do: biking, hiking, and some outdoor activities
For those who want a highly technical bike trail, “Slickrock” can give you a most challenging biking experience. And if you want a variety difficulties, plunge into the terrains of “Klondike Bluff Area” and “Hurrah Pass.” Not a biker? No problem. Don’t forget to about Moab’s scenic views, hiking trails, and beautiful campgrounds, too.