Traveling through Northern Utah is a sight to behold, even if you don’t make it to any of the many National Parks in the state. Wasatch mountain in northern Utah, in all its purple majesty, takes my breath away every time I see it.

Few things beat the beauty of Utah’s mountains. The train crawling through the green field was an added bonus. What a sight!

Towering, majestic, snow-capped peaks speak volumes all on their own.

A beautiful view of the Payson Temple.

Awe-inspiring small town beauty on an overcast day.

My daughter snapped this stunning picture. What a gorgeous dog!

Another image from my daughter, who is honing her photography skills.

Aspen trees. Boulders. Green, flowering foliage.

A party of beautiful ducks. Look at those colors!

Utah Travel Guide

Scented Candle, Utah


Logan Temple


A trip through Northern Utah is never disappointing! If you have time, be sure to stop by one or more of Utah’s National Parks. You’re sure to create memories that will last a lifetime.


What are your favorite Northern Utah sites?



Promontory Point – Golden Spike

Bear Lake State Park

Timpanogos Cave


Oh, and be sure to check out our trip to Hoover Dam!