The Utah slogan is “Life Elevated” and that doesn’t mean just the elevation of the mountains. Elevated can mean exalted, noble or joyful. One may not automatically jump to those words when you think of Utah, but if you haven’t been, you don’t know what you’re missing. From cities to mountains to canyons, you can find exactly what you’re looking for in Utah. If you’re looking for a new home, the real estate agents at New Dwello can be your first partners in finding a home and will have insights on which national park to visit first.


Salt Lake City

The capitol of Utah, with the Great Salt Lake to its west and the Wasatch Mountain Ranges to the east, has many different tourist attractions as well as being a fantastic place to live. Looking for culture? Visit the Cathedral of the Madeleine, which took nine years to construct and was completed in 1909. If you want science, visit the Clark Planetarium, great for both adults and families. There are also fantastic options for nature fanatics; you can visit Big Cottonwood Canyon, a beautiful area for skiing. Or visit Great Salt Lake, over 21,000 square miles of watershed which is 3-5 times saltier than the ocean, the biggest natural lake west of the Mississippi and the location of the famous Bonneville Salt Flats. Salt Lake City is also more than just a tourist destination. Forbes listed the City of the Saints number five on the list of best cities for finding a job in 2016.

Desert Cities and National Parks

If you’re not familiar with Utah, you may not recognize the name of the cityMoab, but you will probably know the iconic Arches National Park. A red rock play ground for kids and hikers alike, the park has over 2,000 natural stone arches and hundreds of pinnacles and massive balanced rocks. Zion National Park will also give you a sense of wonder with natural canyons carved into the sandstone by the Virgin River over millions of years. Or wander through Bryce Canyon Nation
al Park and watch the sunset in Bryce Amphitheater. The fourth national park in Utah is Canyonlands National Park. In southeastern Utah, the dramatic landscape was formed by the Colorado River and hikers can search for Native American rock paintings in Horseshoe Canyon. You could easily spend weeks in each national park, just make sure to bring plenty of water and sunscreen!

As you can see, it won’t take long for you to fall in love with the many wonders, natural and manmade alike, in the state of Utah. With miles and miles to explore or restaurants and museums to visit, no matter what interests you, Utah has it. If you’re looking for a permanent move, the realtors at New Dwello will help you find the perfect spot for you. Check out their real estate website today. Come see and experience the state for yourself, and elevate your life.