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  • American West Heritage Center
    • The American West Heritage Center has grown out of the nationally recognized eight-day Festival of the American West and a 1917-era living historical farm into a year-round, multi-venue, educational, living history forum. Today, the AWHC is a national treasure.
  • Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway
    • This byway provides spectacular scenery and access to great recreational areas. It begins at the mouth of the canyon on the east edge of Logan, Utah.
  • Beaver Creek Lodge
    • Whether you come for our first-class snowmobiling, mountain horseback rides, a family reunion or business retreat, Beaver Creek Lodge is the place for you.
  • Bear Lake State Park
    • Bear Lake is often called the Caribbean of the Rockies for its intense turquoise-blue water. As visitors catch their first glimpse of the lake, they marvel at its color and wonder what makes the lake so blue.
  • Fossil Butte National Monument
    • Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped ridges of southwestern Wyoming's cold sagebrush desert. Fossilized fish, insects, plants, reptiles, birds, and mammals are exceptional for their abundance, variety, and detail of preservation. 
  • Wind River Range
    • "Maybe it's because I hiked the Wind River Range one early September when the weather was picture perfect." - Karen Berger
  • Grand Teton National Park
    • Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife.
  • Yellowstone National Park
    • Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk.
  • Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
    • The Green River originates near the continental divide in the 13,000 foot Wind River mountains of central Wyoming. By the time its waters flow into the Gulf of California, after joining the Colorado, they will have passed through six National Park or National Forest Service units - the first is Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area (NRA), centered around a large artificial lake formed by Flaming Gorge Dam.
  • Dinosaur: National Monument
    • As you explore the craggy hills, discover fragments of a long ago world where the largest land creatures of all time once roamed and died.
  • Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry
    • Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry is one of the world's foremost dinosaur fossil sources. More than 12,000 individual bones and one dinosaur egg have come from this prolific fossil bed.
  • Arches National Park
    • Arches National Park preserves over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, like the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as many other unusual rock formations. In some areas, the forces of nature have exposed millions of years of geologic history.
  • Dead Horse Point State Park
    • Dead Horse Point State Park is perhaps Utah's most spectacular state park. Dead Horse Point is a promontory of stone surrounded by steep cliffs near Moab, Utah.
  • Nine Mile Canyon
    • Nine-Mile Canyon is an outdoor museum. It has some remarkable examples of Indian art and remnants of dwellings that have remained untouched through the centuries.
  • Capitol Reef National Park
    • The Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile long wrinkle in the earth's crust known as a monocline, extends from nearby Thousand Lakes Mountain to the Colorado River (now Lake Powell).

 

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