• Maurice Abravanel Hall

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Maurice Abravanel Hall

    Abravanel Hall is home to the Utah Symphony, and is also a part of the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts. The hall, which opened in September 1979, was originally known as Symphony Hall until…   See the Image

  • Kennecott Copper Mine

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Kennecott Copper Mine

    Also known as Bingham Canyon Mine, the Kennecott Copper Mine is an open-pit mining area that extracts porphyry copper deposits and is the deepest open-pit mining location in the world. In…   See the Image

  • Miner History

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Miner History

    The Bronzed Miner sculpture by Peter Fillerup stands on Main Street as a reminder of Park City's mining heritage. It was dedicated on Miner's Day on Sept. 5, 1999.   See the Image

  • Trax Light Rail

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Trax Light Rail

    The Trax Light Rail is a three-line light rail system in Salt Lake Valley. It serves the city as well as several of its suburbs throughout Salt Lake County. Two additional extensions to Draper…   See the Image

  • Main Street Fun

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Main Street Fun

    Park City's historic Main Street is home to charming shops, fine restaurants, art galleries, bars and live music venues.   See the Image

  • Bryce Canyon National Park

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Bryce Canyon National Park

    Bryce Canyon National Park encompasses 56-square-miles and is well known for being home to Bryce Canyon, which was created by erosion along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is…   See the Image

  • Olympic Cauldron

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Olympic Cauldron

    The Olympic Cauldron is also located in the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park, where it's frequented by locals and visitors alike. The steel-and-glass structure was designed to look like an…   See the Image

  • Hot Air Balloons

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Hot Air Balloons

    Scenic hot air balloon tours allow visitors to admire Park City and the Rocky Mountains from thousands of feet above ground.   See the Image

  • Arches National Park

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Arches National Park

    Located just outside of Moab, the Arches National Park is famous for preserving more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch. The park is located on an…   See the Image

  • Hoberman Arch

    Published 02/19/13 in Places
    Hoberman Arch

    During the 2002 Winter Olympics, the Hoberman Arch was located in Olympic Medals Plaza in the center of downtown Salt Lake. It was designed by Chuck Hoberman as a curtain for the Olympic Medal…   See the Image

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