The only problem visitors face when coming to Salt Lake City is its overabundance of activities. The Wasatch Mountains, which tower more than 1.5 vertical miles above the Salt Lake Valley, contain more than a lifetime’s worth of terrain that can be explored in any season - on skis in winter, and on foot or mountain bike by summer.
The city itself offers a remarkable variety of activities and attractions which reflect the city’s unique history and culture. Here you can visit the world-famous Temple Square, go rock climbing indoors, listen to outdoor concerts, and see an NBA basketball game - all without travelling more than a few miles.
Christine Balaz began her unexpected writing career in Salt Lake City with her first book on Wasatch Skiing and Travel in 2006. On the subject of Utah, Christine has written numerous travel books, iPhone apps, and never-ending web content. As a rock climber, outdoors enthusiast and insatiable explorer, Christine has journeyed through nearly every corner of Utah, and... Read More