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   We know you love the skiing, but summer is a great time
  to come visit Utah. Here are just some of the activities...

- Hiking : The mountains, waterfalls, and wildlife make for some of the best hiking around. Most of it right outside the door.

- Biking : Road biking up the canyons or Bonneville shoreline, or mountain biking the Slick Rock trail in Moab. It's world class riding.

- Camping : There's camping available at many of the parks and forests nearby ranging from wet camping (facilities including
                  electricity, bathrooms and showers) to dry camping (no facilities, wilderness camping)  Choose your adventure!

- Ballooning: Early-morning champagne balloon rides can be done in Heber Valley or Park City for around $100-150 per person.

- Horseback Riding: There's horseback riding available in Little Cottonwood Canyon, as well as Park City and Heber Valley.

- Canoe/Raft/Tubing: The Weber River in Odgen and the Provo River are great places to go. Water flow is highest in May/June
                 but due to melting snow you'll likely need a wetsuit. Water temperature is best in Aug/Sept for just bathing suits.

- Boating/Jet Skiing: Besides the Great Salt Lake, there's Utah Lake, Bear Lake, Jordanelle Reservoir, and Lake Powell.

- Scuba Diving:  Yes Indeed! Right here in the middle of the desert. Sea Base and Homestead Crater both have dive facilities.

- Music / Concerts: We have incredible concert venues, Usana Amphitheater, Red Butte Gardens, The Depot, The State Room,
   Gallivan Center, Great Saltair, Maverik Center, Energy Solutions Arena, and our own concerts right here at 9708 Oakwood Lane.

- The Parks : Utah boasts 5 National Parks : Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion
    National Monuments:  Cedar Breaks, Dinosaur, Golden Spike, Hovenweep, Natural Bridges, Rainbow Bridge and Timpanagos Cave
    State Parks: Anasazi, Antelope Island, Coral Pink Dunes, Dead Horse, Goblin Valley, Goosenecks, Kodachrome and Escalante  
    Utah is also the home of the Great Basin (any precipitation has nowhere to go) and the Uinta and Wasatch National Forests
    Utah is the home of Pando, the world's largest and oldest living organism on the planet. It is almost 80,000 years old. WOW!
    We're just a 5 hour drive to Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Craters of the Moon National Monument
    (We're just a 6 hour drive from Las Vegas. Lake Mead, Valley of Fire, but Vegas Baby! Vegas!)

- The Sports: Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake, Salt Lake Bees, Utah Grizzlies, Utah Blaze, Rocky Mountain Raceway and more!


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