24 Mar A Photo Essay: Utah in the Winter
We managed to get out to Utah two different times this winter, and unfortunately, the weather wasn’t very wintery either time! The lack of snow didn’t hold us back too much though–we went snowmobiling, dog sledding, hiking, skiing, tubing, on a sleigh ride, down a mountain coaster, and visited the Olympic Park museum. We also checked out Park City, downtown Salt Lake City, the Bonneville Salt Flats, some fun coffee shops and delicious restaurants, as well as a fantastic cookie shop called RubySnap Cookies.
Our favorite activities were probably the snowmobiling and the dog sledding, but everything we did was great even with the unpredictable and unfriendly weather. It was almost comical at how uncooperative the weather was, but we managed to find a good balance with the activities we were able to schedule, so it all worked out in the end.
Also, I was surprised how much I enjoyed Salt Lake City and was even more shocked just how much I loved Park City. Park City is such an adorable little town filled with shops, restaurants and ski resorts. I would love to head back one day and spend a few days there just skiing–that is after I get a bit more practice at skiing in the mountains!
Here are some of our favorite photos from our adventures from Utah in the winter:
Have you ever been to Utah in the winter?