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City Spotlight: Salt Lake City, UT

Submitted by zackbeseda on February 5, 2013 21 Comments

Salt Lake City is an easy city to get around in but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a ton of stuff to do.  As the capital and largest city of Utah, this metropolis has become one of the most visited American cities thanks in part to its proximity to lush wilderness and high end ski resorts.   And within the city limits are countless diverse cuisine options to fit any budget, bars and clubs with live music, shopping and activities for your next unforgettable family vacation, winter weekend or romantic getaway!

Aside from beautiful mountain scenery and striking landscapes, Salt Lake City is full of history.  The Temple Square, the world headquarters of the Mormon church, is the most visited landmark in Utah with numerous exhibits and presentations.   Along with a tabernacle choir and a family history library complete with genealogy experts, the church also keeps a botanical garden year-round that is worth the trip on its own.  For some of the best views of the city available, head up to the top of the Church Office Building and take some stunning photographs of those majestic mountains.

If you’re looking to get out of the city for some off-road action, a short 10-15 minute drive is all it takes to find numerous hiking trails, camping areas and mountain biking spots to explore in spots like City Creek Canyon.  You can also check out the 100 acres of walking paths among the botanical gardens of Red Butte Gardens.  Or, you can grab your skis and book a room at one of Salt Lake City’s four world class ski resorts.  With cozy accommodations and the Rocky Mountains towering above you, it’s easy to see why this area is so popular among skiing enthusiasts.

For the family trip, don’t miss the Hogle Zoo.  This 42 acre park is home to a wide range of animals in painstakingly recreated natural habitats.  The guests comfort is a top priority too with tree-covered pathways that keep a day at the Hogle Zoo cool and fun.  There are also animal-specific exhibits that aren’t to be missed like Rocky Shores featuring polar bears and seals, Asian Highlands showcasing endangered Asian cat species and Elephant Encounter where elephants and rhinos are put in the spotlight.

This is just a small portion of what Salt Lake City has to offer.  There is plenty more to discover including art galleries and shops, scenic parks and of course Great Salt Lake itself.  Find a great deal on lowfares today and see what great deals you uncover on a flight to Salt Lake City today!

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