Utah is a state which we actually had no idea of what it was. It wasn’t famous for us like other states, such as California, Texas, Florida etc. But while driving through that state (this is actually what we merely did… driving through), we found it surprisingly beautiful and diverse. The nature got it all, although we freezed nearly to death.
We actually drove on the interstate 70, so nothing special, a typically huge American interstate, but it was a super scenic road going up hills and through canyons and the nature changed every hour. In between our longer drive we paused for an overnighter in Fremont Indian State Park (in the Fish Lake Mountain and National Forest area) and at Snow Canyon State Park near St. George UT, before we entered Nevada and got back to the desert and desert temperatures 😜😎.
Pictures of driving through Utah:
On the summit of the pass was an elevation of nearly 8000 feet (around 2400m.ü.M.) and there was still some snow.. and of course cold temperatures.
Fremont Indian State Park:
Snow Canyon State Park:
Dominik enjoyed a good bike ride in Snow Canyon.
Along the Virgin River.. to the state line of Nevada.. loosing in elevation every mile.
See Three on the Road upcoming in the state of Nevada.