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Utah National Parks
There are some states that can boast one or two national parks, but few that have more than that, but Utah is among the states that has five national parks to talk about. Unlike other national parks that entice visitors with the chance to simply look at some of the wonders within, some of the Utah national parks actually allow you to truly experience through rock climbing excursions, so a visit will allow you to take back more from your trip than just a few pictures of the wildlife.
Utah national parks are truly unique areas and the fact that these national wonders are protected is a fact that deserves to be celebrated. The national park registry contains some of the most unique geological features, but they do not often have many natural rock formations to boast about. Utah national parks however are full of rock formations that have been carved out by the harsh winds and even some of the rivers that have since dried up in the area. Native people have called this part of the country home for thousands of years and they have come to love the land for its remarkable features and you are sure to do the same.
Utah national parks are also camping friendly. The summer months can get quite hot and the winters are extremely cold, but if you can manage to make the journey during the fall season of even the spring, you can have the best trip possible. The abundant water during these times makes hiking particularly enjoyable because you do not have to bring all the water you need with you. Camping in the park is possible throughout the year, but the summer months are by far the busiest, but during spring and fall, there are less crowds so you can enjoy much more of the natural beauty that is Utah national parks.