Fall Into Utah

The fall season is a favorite among many people. It’s a time for change, the weather gets cool and crisp, and wearing your favorite boots or sweater is finally an option other than flip flops. Most of all, watching the changing of the leaves is a big favorite for the season. Many people will venture out and take a fall trip to the East Coast in order to see the bright yellows and oranges, flaming reds and deep browns. But the East Coast isn’t the only place with these bright changing colors. Utah is gorgeous this time of year and the weather is outstanding! It’s very mild and temperatures are cooler, the snow hasn’t fallen yet in September or beginning of October.

Blood Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon

Blood Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon

It’s easy to fly into Salt Lake City’s airport and within 30 minutes, you’re cruising up the canyons experiencing it in real time. So many canyons to choose from, from Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood Canyon to Park City, you won’t be disappointed. Going for a hike, mountain biking or finding a trail that leads to a lake makes for a perfect day or even a weekend adventure! You’ll find yourself in serenity Heaven among Mother Nature showing off her most beautiful colors.

“Fall Into Utah” is my new photo series that I’m sharing with you. After seeing these photos, I think you’ll book a trip to Utah pretty quickly!

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Photos by PetiteGreek on iPhone 6