September marks the end of Summer and the beginning of all things pumpkin spice! So to squeeze in a little bit more summer, we’ve compiled a list of things to do in Utah in September, that’s sure to put a smile on your face! Without further delay, here it is, just in time for Labor Day Weekend!
With the summit at an elevation of 13,527 feet, this hike is sure to please the die hard adventurers out there! Kings peak trail starts at the Henrys Fork trailhead and passes near Henrys Fork Lake. Because of its elevation, September is the last month to attempt the summit. For more information and to see a map, click HERE!
Fantasy Canyon used to be what would have been the East Shore line of Lake Uinta. Even though the area is both pet and kid friendly, the 38-50 million year old land formations are fragile and cannot be climbed on. But we have to admit that walking around them is pretty amazing all on its own! For more information and directions, click HERE!
Located in Utah’s High Uinta Wilderness, the crystal clear creeks and lakes up there are mesmerizing! The lake is accessible on I-80 from Salt Lake City, to Evanston, Utah. So for more information and a map, click HERE!
While you’re at the orchards, you’re allowed to pick the ripe fruit! The park will even provide you with a ladder to reach the higher fruit. For a fun road trip with the family, and for more information, click HERE!
Offering even more things to do in Utah in September is Veteran owned and operated Big Iron Tour Co! They offer the perfect Sunset Tour to wrap up your day! While exploring Moab’s red rocks, you will also end up at a location where the sunset can be fully appreciated! For more information and booking, click HERE!
Navtec Expeditions, with a jam packed adventure that ends at the top of Island in the sky. For more information and reservations, click HERE!
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