Utah Becomes Resort Haven

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Mountain News released it’s Industry Report today showing that Utah is the place to build luxury mountain resorts. Affirming what local s have known all along, Utah has some incredible space for resorts and a quality of life not commonly found elsewhere.

From the report;

“With its dramatic rock outcroppings, destination ski areas, and still affordable land values, Utah is fast becoming the go-to state for luxury accommodations and resort developments hoping to become the next Aspen or Sun Valley.”

And with it’s easy access (30 minutes or less) to world-class ski and mountain resorts, Salt Lake City is becoming more of a resort destination itself.

One of the best parts of living in Salt Lake City is the abundance of recreational activities all year round.

In the summer there is incredible hiking and biking trails, dozens of lakes, and Moab has been rated as the top mountain biking and 4-wheeling destination in the world several times. There are rivers to run, Draper has world-class hand-gliding, and there are thousands of miles of trails and adventure.

During Autumn you’ll see some of the most breath-taking canyon views with amazing colors from millions of leaves changing shade. You’ll find great camping, hunting and ATV trails all along the Wasatch Mountain range.

In the winter there is world class skiing within thirty minutes of downtown Salt Lake City, Ogden or Park City. There is ice skating, snow mobiling and even snow sledding runs with ropes that pull you up the mountain.

Four full seasons grace the area with rich, natural beauty and outdoor opportunities. If you enjoy nature and beauty, Utah offers you more of it than most anywhere else in the world. For more information on living in Utah call 801-545-7272.

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