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Fall in Utah equals life elevated.
Autumn hues cover the Wastach Mountains slopes, signaling the start of Utah's much anticipated ski season. Brisk mountain air welcomes visitors to the boutiques of Park City, the mountain trails of Logan, or hunting trips out of Coalville – all in northern Utah.
Try some open road driving this fall in Utah. Try exploring the state on any of these excellent driving tours – there's the Southern Utah Tour, the Central Utah Tour, and the Northern Utah Tour. And while you're driving through the state, don't miss a chance to see the Cedar Break National Monument or Golden Spike NHS – just two of the excellent national parks.
Late fall is ideal for visits to southern and eastern Utah. Be sure to explore the Behhive State's national parks, including Arches National Park near Moab, Bryce Canyon National Park, and Zion National Park.
Sports fans fill LaVell Edwards Stadium at Brigham Young University, Rice Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah, and Romney Stadium at Utah State University for the excitement of fall football. BYU Cougars, U of U Utes, or the Utah State Aggies – which team will come out on top this year?
A fun fall in Utah yields plenty of activity.