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Landscape Arch in the Arches National Park in Utah
Landscape Arch, a natural rock arch in the Arches National Park in the high desert of Eastern Utah.
Image: Cacophony

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About Utah


Utah Topographic Regions Map
Topographic Map of Utah showing the location major geographical features in the state: the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Great Salt Lake and Great Salt Lake Desert, the Colorado River, Utah Lake, Sevier Lake and Sevier Desert, Uinta Mountains with Kings Peak, and Monument Valley. (click map to enlarge)


Utah FlagUtah is one of the 50 US states located in in the western United States. The landlocked state is bordered by Idaho and Wyoming in north, by Colorado in the east, and at a single point by New Mexico to the southeast (at the Four Corners Monument), by Arizona in the south; and by Nevada in west. Utah consists of 29 counties.

The region what is today Utah, became part of Mexico in 1821 and was ceded to the US in 1848. Utah became the 45th state of the US in 1896.

Area
Utah covers an area of 219,882 km² of (84,897 sq mi) [1], compared it is somewhat smaller than the island of Great Britain (229,848 km²) or about half the size of Iraq.

Major geographical features of the Beehive State (its nickname) are, the Great Salt Lake, the Great Salt Lake Desert, and the Utah Lake west of Wasatch Mountain Range.

And there is Sevier Lake in the Sevier Desert fed by the Beaver and Sevier rivers. Other major rivers are the Colorado, the San Juan and the Virgin rivers. In Utah's south west corner there are the Henry Mountains and the Navajo Mountain, and a portion of the famous Monument Valley. Highest point is Kings Peak within the Uinta Mountains reaching 4,123 m (13,528 ft) in northeastern Utah.




National Parks of Utah

View of Monument Valley in Utah looking south on highway 163
View of Monument Valley in Utah, looking south on highway 163 from some miles north of the Arizona/Utah State line.
Image: Marc Averette

Arches National Park has some 2,000 natural sandstone arches. Bryce Canyon, hundreds of multicolored sandstone hoodoos (fairy chimney) created by erosion (or a stoned god). Canyonlands, a maze of canyons, mesas, and buttes shaped the waters of the Colorado River, the Green River, and their tributaries. Capitol Reef, desert landscape with picturesque geologic landforms and rock formations in south-central Utah, facilitates scenic hiking. Zion National Park with famous Zion Canyon, a deep and narrow gorge carved by the North Fork of the Virgin River. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, the Navajo Nation equivalent to a national park, Monument Valley is world famous for its isolated colossal shafts and buttes of rock.




Population
Bryce Canyon Amphitheater in Utah
Amphitheater at Bryce Canyon National Park in southwestern Utah.
Image: Jean-Christophe BENOIST

In large parts Utah is sparsely inhabited because around 80% of its population of 3.1 million people (2018 est.) [2] live in the north central part of the state, at the Wasatch Front; a chain of cities and towns running roughly north to south along the Wasatch Mountain Range, in its center lies the capital, largest city and largest metropolitan area, Salt Lake City. Other major cities are West Valley City, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Provo, the county seat of Utah County; West Jordan, another suburb of Salt Lake City; Orem, a city in Utah County; and Sandy, a city in Salt Lake County.
By far the largest airport in the state is Salt Lake City International Airport (IATA code: SLC)




Cities and Towns in Utah

Map shows the location of following cities and towns in Utah:

Major cities are: Salt Lake City, Provo, Ogden, Park City, St. George, Orem

Salt Lake City skyline with Wasatch Mountain Range in background
Salt Lake City skyline at sunset, Wasatch Mountain Range in background.
Image: Garrett

Other cities and towns in Utah:
American Fork, Beaver, Blanding, Bluff, Bountiful, Brigham City, Castle Dale, Cedar City, Coalville, Delta, Duchesne, Dutch John, Ephraim, Fillmore, Green River, Gunnison, Hanksville, Heber City, Hurricane, Junction, Kanab, Layton, Loa, Logan, Milford, Moab, Monticello, Morgan, Mt Pleasant, Murray, Nephi, Panguitch, Parowan, Price, Randolph, Richfield, Roosevelt, Roy, Sandy, Tooele, Torrey, Vernal, Wendover, West Valley City, and Woodruff.



The detailed map below shows the US state of Utah with boundaries, the location of the state capital Salt Lake City, major cities and populated places, streams and lakes, interstate highways, principal highways, and railroads.


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Reference Map of Utah
Reference Map of Utah


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