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Salt Lake City is a vibrant urban metropolis in the heart of the American West, where arts and culture meet exceptional outdoor access.
There is no shortage of out-of-the-ordinary things to do in Salt Lake. Whether your clients crave outdoor thrills in the majestic Wasatch Mountains or seek cultural enrichment, Salt Lake has something for every level of adventure. Museums, botanical gardens, professional sports, world-class performing arts, and more await. For a taste of some of the best, the Salt Lake Connect Attractions Pass offers an exceptional value and convenience, bundling 18 of Salt Lake’s most popular attractions in a single pass.

World-class dining, a vibrant arts scene, and bustling nightlife are within easy reach. With cuisines across the international spectrum, local comfort food to avant-garde cuisine, small cafes to award-winning restaurants, the hardest part will be deciding where to go.

The newly rebuilt Salt Lake International Airport (SLC), located just 10 minutes from downtown, serves all major airlines and offers nonstop daily departures to nearly 100 destinations.

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As you plan your clients' next getaway, consider the unparalleled beauty and excitement awaiting them at the Great Salt Lake. Within easy reach are two remarkable state parks, each offering a distinct and captivating experience.

Great Salt Lake State Park:
Just a short drive from downtown Salt Lake City, this park promises an immersive encounter with the lake's splendor. Your clients can explore the visitor center's engaging exhibits, providing insights into the lake's history and ecology. Let them wander along nature trails and self-guided tours offering stunning views of the expansive lake and birding opportunities.

Antelope Island State Park:

Only an hour away, Antelope Island beckons with its rugged landscapes and abundant wildlife. Your clients can marvel at roaming bison herds and catch glimpses of elusive desert creatures on hiking and biking trails. Encourage them to ascend Frary Peak for panoramic vistas and explore the historic Fielding Garr Ranch, a living testament to the island's past.

Throughout the year, the island hosts a variety of events and activities, like moonlight hikes and stargazing, the Moonlight Bike Ride, Spiderfest or the Bison Roundup.

The mountains in Salt Lake are incredible and beautiful. Discover the many ways your clients can experience the Wasatch Mountains.

Foodie explorers can indulge in mountain brunches at Alta Lodge or Silver Fork Lodge, or dine with breathtaking views at Log Haven or The Aerie at Snowbird. For a relaxed vibe, recommend The Thirsty Squirrel at Solitude or The Gulch Pub at Snowpine Lodge.

Avid hikers can embark on trails ranging from family-friendly strolls to challenging treks. Lake Mary or Cecret Lake offer scenic family hikes, while Lake Blanche or Mount Aire Trail are ideal for more rigorous adventures. Guided hikes are available at Snowbird, Alta, and Solitude.

Nature enthusiasts can take leisurely walks around Silver Lake or Lisa Falls for close encounters with wildlife and stunning waterfalls. These spots offer easy accessibility for all ages.

Thrill-seeking cyclists can experience exhilarating mountain biking on trails catering to all skill levels. Lift-served biking is available at Solitude, while the Wasatch Crest trail features panoramic views.

Those looking for unique mountain activities can take a tram ride at Snowbird, play disc golf at Solitude, or try Adventure Park activities like bungee trampolining and climbing walls. Snowbird also offers an array of summer adventures, including alpine slides and scenic chairlift rides.

Wellness seekers can relax at mountain spas like The Cliff Spa at Snowbird or Stillwell Spa at Snowpine Lodge, offering rejuvenating treatments amidst breathtaking scenery. Outdoor yoga sessions are available at The Cliff Lodge or Solitude.

Outdoor competitors can test their limits in trail running with the Wasatch Trail Run Series or challenge themselves in mountain biking competitions like Speedgoat or BikeUtah's Mid Week MTB Series. Other events include the Intermountain Cup at Snowbird and the Starvation Xtreme Triathlon at Solitude.

Whether savoring brunch classics or soaking in the sunshine on a picturesque patio, travelers can indulge in unforgettable dining experiences in Salt Lake City.

Traditional establishments like Ruth's Diner, Oasis Cafe and Tradition are perfect for any day of the week. Those seeking upscale gastronomy can indulge in the elegant ambiance of Bambara, located within Hotel Monaco, where impeccable service awaits. Copper Onion, a local hotspot, dazzles with its innovative brunch menu and signature dishes like Sautéed Mushrooms paired with local Clifford Farm eggs.

Eclectic flavors await at Taqueria 27, known for upscale Mexican fare served in trendy surroundings. The creative brunch menu at Whiskey Street is unmissable, with a cool and classy location on Salt Lake’s Main Street. Meanwhile, b
udget-conscious travelers can enjoy hearty breakfasts at affordable prices at Penny Ann's Cafe and Red Rock Brewery.

Diners can bask in the summer ambiance on inviting patios scattered throughout the city. 
Arlo, nestled in Capitol Hill, boasts a large trellis overgrown with grapevines, creating a secluded and special outdoor dining experience. Hopkins Brewing Company's patio in Sugar House offers ample space for enjoying craft beer while people-watching. 

Finca, located at 15th & 15th, features a secluded outdoor dining area surrounded by vegetation, perfect for intimate meals. Nohm, a Japanese-style izakaya in Central Ninth, offers a comfortable patio space ideal for enjoying casual lunches or small-plate-focused dinners. Lastly, Eva's patio in Downtown provides a unique, year-round outdoor dining experience with its high brick walls and cozy atmosphere.

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Culture Guide to Salt Lake

Immerse your clients in the cultural richness of Salt Lake City with a diverse array of events and activities that complement its awe-inspiring natural beauty. 

Visitors can embrace diversity at the 41st Anniversary Utah Pride Festival and Parade, where live music, vibrant marches, and delectable food trucks await travelers in downtown Salt Lake City.

Utah Arts Festival is a vibrant celebration of music, art, and street theater held in downtown Salt Lake City's Library and Washington Squares. 
Visitors can also mix and mingle with fellow art enthusiasts at the SLC Gallery Stroll, a monthly event where galleries across the city open their doors for an evening of art appreciation.  

Music enthusiasts won't want to miss the Twilight Concert Series, featuring an exciting lineup of live performances and a bustling food market.
Salt Lake's farmers’ markets, such as the Tuesday Harvest Market or the Saturday Farmers Market, are the perfect spots for travelers to chat with local farmers and community members while shopping for fresh produce and baked goods.

Your clients can experience the thriving craft beverage scene of Salt Lake City by visiting microbreweries and distilleries like Uinta Brewing Company and Bohemian Brewery.

For a touch of elegance, treat your clients to a performance by Ballet West, Utah's premier dance training school.