The great and numerous outdoor activity possibilities in Utah might be overwhelming. How do you begin? Naturally, Utah’s national and state parks. Your Utah Bucket List should include wildlife expeditions as well as a visit to Utah Olympic Park for a G-force-producing bobsled ride or a ski jump into a pool.
Just in Canyonland National park, you need to give yourself a go on biking the White Trim Trail and rafting in Cataract Canyon.
Most mountain bikers visit Utah’s slickrock region surrounding Moab, but the 100-mile White Rim Trail offers a different kind of pedal-powered adventure for those who are seeking for something new. There are those that do it from dawn ’til dusk, but in their haste to get bragging rights, they might miss out on the beauty of the countryside.
If you’re looking for some serious whitewater, look no farther than the Cataract Canyon section of the Colorado River in Utah’s Canyonlands National Park. While a trip down the Cataract River is on the bucket list of many, only the most daring can brave the Colorado River during its most intense times of year.