USATravelPal.com Completes Free Online Utah Travel Guide

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Those interested in visiting the great state of Utah should point their browser to USATravelPal.com.

With a mission of completing travel guides for all 50 states, USATravelPal.com has just Utah.

The website is a user-friendly site where users can easily find free information and access a list of all the common and most popular attractions the state has to offer. Since the Winter Olympics were held in the state of Utah last 2002, tourism has steadily improved, making this a prime spot for tourists worldwide.

The home page of USATravelPal.com has two sections: National Parks and Greater Utah. The sections both have subcategories where each subsection has an overview, and if appropriate an in-depth analysis of the attractions. Some of the National Parks listed include the Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, and Zion National Park.

The language on this site is very informative and creative but the most appealing aspect of the site is the pictures. Every effort has been made by the web site to add pictures of each of the destinations they present to assist travelers as they set their plans. Local hotels in the Utah area have been posted as well.

The Greater Utah section is subdivided into several cities and areas, including Cedar City, the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, the Great Salt Lake, the Green River, Hovenweep National Monument, the Lake Powell & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Moab, Park City, and Salt Lake City. According to USATravelPal.com, the Great Salt Lake is also known as America's Dead Sea. It is one of the most recognizable seas in the world and is truly made of salt.

In all, this free travel guide to the state of Utah is indispensable and should be used by anyone interested in traveling. Lastly, the Webmaster of USATravelPal.com hopes that every traveler has a good time and stay safe.

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