>>679432 Seen the movie 127 hours? It's got some pretty cool geological features, the caldera hot spring (the pool he jumps into) in particular is awesome, though unfortunately it's owned an operated like a theme park. Antelope canyon is fairly touristy, but still free to wander in and amazingly beautiful. Whole movie takes place in UT.
>>679432 Everywhere. I live near Zions Canyon so here's a short list of what I love.
Zion Bryce Mountains around hatch & panguitch The Hurricane Cliffs Sand hollow Pine mountain Gooseberry mesa Smithsonian butte Kanab and surrounding areas Cedar city and Yankee flats Kolob Kodachrome point Henry mountains Beryl desert and beryl junction Enterprise and surrounding mountains Filmore and surrounding mountains Clear lake West desert Utah/Nevada borderlands Utah/Arizona borderlands Virgin river drainage
Really though Utah has a million places to go. Everything I listed is only about 3% of what the state has to offer.
>>679432 are you fucking kidding me? all of utah is a good place to /out/. Need some desert wilderness? Need high altitude lakes and forests? Need some amazing geological formations? Need salt flats and marshes? Just go somewhere!
>>679432 Anything farther west than Ohio is basically grassy plains with buffalo shitting all over the place, or deserts with cactus growing every 5 inches. I don't even know where the fuck Utah is. Some desert shithole probably. If you don't want to be found dead at the bottom of a sand dune, with scorpions crawling over your corpse, then go /out/ someplace on the eastern coast. So to answer your question, no, there are no cool places to go /out/ in Utah
>>679973 >anywhere west of Ohio is shit Ohio is shit. I was there for work and hated it.
>>679904 Tons of hunting. Want Deer? Henry Mountains produce some of the biggest mule deer ever. Want Coyote? State wide. Want pig? Sorry not in Utah yet. Want Moose and Elk? Good stable populations. Cougar? They're here. Rabbits? Everywhere. Snake? I get them in my back yard every spring. I shoot the aggressive ones that wont leave, skin them, grill em and stick them on hat bands. Fishing is top notch also.
>>679945 I'm betting you live in west valley. How could you not know?
>>680068 Congrats. Moab is great but too many tourists. Kanab is a nice city. I live an hour away. When you're there you should go north to mt Carmel junction then west to the northern entrance for Zion. You can go through Zions canyon then head south to Laverkin, go left to Hurricane, head up the cliffs to freedonia and go north to Kanab. I'm in Hurricane and I take people on that big circle when they want to see the area.
>>680159 Because Utah is superior to Ohio in every way
>better land >better government >better jobs >better industry >better recreation >better hunting >no magazine cap >no restrictions on firearms >great gun laws >everyone has a Utah CC permit >highest per capita gun ownership >best burger joint (crown burger)
Glenn Canyon national recreation area is fantastic.. It starts out as flat desert, but eventually you find yourself in some beautiful canyons. I took this picture last year when my group reached Jacob Hamblin Natural Land Bridge. Beyond ththis point there's about 4 more sandstone arches within the next 10 miles alone.
>>680696 I do know of one but its a secret sacred place that's over six miles through the desert from any roads. Aside from that I'm not too sure about caves. I'd just do a google search for southern Utah caves or northern Arizona caves.
>>680903 Damn you tease, why is the place sacred and how did you gain access to its location? I'm very interested in Native American secrets, I know they are very insular with their higher knowledge. That's both a good and bad thing, Native cultures are quickly dying out and a lot of their hidden knowledge will forever be lost.
>>681502 Its a Paiute sight I stumbled upon. Not very deep caves but really cool. The problem is that they're on Paiute land and I was unaware I had been trespassing. I was politely told to not come back. I'm still petitioning for access but its been since June.
Seriously thinking about moving to Utah. Living in Metro-Atlanta, Georgia now and it's just way too crowded, traffic is bad, and too many blacks and crime. Have heard nothing but good things about Utah aside from the fact that some people don't like that LDS people don't let them into their inner circle. Any places that Utahfags would suggest checking out for work and possibly moving long term?
>>685235 SLC is great I've lived here my whole life and it's a large enough city that you can find almost any kind of work. Provo would be great too if you don't mind the Mormons they're nice people, but some just can't stand them idk why.
>>686292 Cool, thanks. Yea I've been looking in that area. I think I might bounce around some cities and town around there and just settle down wherever feels most comfortable and where I find a decent job.
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