Want to have an epic road trip adventure from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, but don’t know where to start? Do you love national parks or the beauty of nature? Do you want to visit stops that are quirky and fascinating? Then, here are my personal recommendations of fun stops along the way for …
After our horrible experience in Wyoming, we left to Salt Lake City to spend a night before heading to Nevada. Along the way, we stopped by Golden Spike National Historic Site since it was really close by. Although the weather was very windy and cloudy, I’m glad we made this stop.
During our time in Salt Lake City, I always wanted to take my brother, Edward, out to the Cottonwood Canyons since the scenery was sooo beautiful there. So we looked up some easy hikes in Cottonwood Canyon with a scenic view and, lo’ and behold, we found Lisa Falls.
Are you thinking of taking a vacation down in Salt Lake City, but in a seriously tight budget? If so, here are some of my top 10 free things you can do with your family or friends in Salt Lake City:
Staying in Salt Lake City during the cold winter months made me long for a nice hot shower everytime I came home from work. Sometimes I sit in my room thinking about relaxing in a nice warm jacuzzi or even sunbathing back in LA since I’m not used to the cold.
Ever since my older brother, Edward, came to Salt Lake City, I was more than excited to take him out exploring with me. Originally, our plan was to go up to Bear Lake to canoe or kayak. So we brought what we needed (swimsuits, layers and layers of warm clothes, and towels) and headed off …
Note: I know that what I did was really risky. I should’ve waited a full month until my foot fully recovered, but this was during the time I was about to leave Utah so bear with me.
I’ve always had fascinations of exploring haunted places so I was super excited to be visiting one of America’s notorious serial killer from the ‘70s. Take a guess…
Antelope Island, one of the islands where you can actually drive to, has been on my list of to-dos before I leave Utah. My friends, Edward and Jackie, and I drove to Antelope Island which was about an hour away from Salt Lake City.
Living in Salt Lake City for 4 months, I instantly fell in love with the outdoors. I just love how this city is very close to the mountains that some of them, you can even walk or bike there.