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Explore Utah’s early history in its oldest existing governmental building. The Statehouse is actually the south wing of a much larger building that never was completed, and now houses exhibits the story of Utah’s Territorial period.
Meadow Hot Springs are all natural hot springs located just a short drive from the hotel. There are 3 pools that vary in temperatures, from hot to cool. Definitely a unique, fun thing to check out while here in Fillmore!
Explore the most iconic places inside Monument Valley. You will see the Mittens, John Ford's Point, YeiBiiChei and naturally-formed Arches in a comfortable open-air vehicles, with your choice between two tour options, a 2.5-hour trip or 3.5-hour. Your safari tour will be narrated by a well-reviewed local Navajo guide.
On this sightseeing tour of Salt Lake City, visit popular attractions such as Temple Square, the State Capitol Building, Old Deseret Village, the Mormon Trail, Fort Douglas and sites from the 2002 Winter Olympics. You’ll be treated to a live organ recital at the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle, as well as lunch at the Lion House, Brigham Young's former pioneer home.
Don’t miss the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir! In addition to a Salt Lake City sightseeing tour of sites including the State Capital Building, Old Deseret Village and Temple Square, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking performance of one of the most celebrated choirs in history. Choose an intimate evening rehearsal on Thursdays or a full-blown concert on Sunday mornings.
Cruise off the beaten path by UTV (utility terrain vehicle) to explore the Hell's Revenge Trail on a 2.5-hour off-road adventure from Moab. With an experienced guide leading the way, you will drive a Kawasaki Teryx 4 — a 4x4 vehicle equipped for traversing sandstone domes and slickrock ledges. The difficult route combines the thrill of steep climbs and descents with views of La Sal Mountains, Negro Bill Canyon and Abyss Canyon. Travel in a small group of up to four vehicles with a maximum of four passengers per vehicle.
This is a 28/45 km, 2.5 hour guided tour that includes the major scenic points and also The Backcountry monuments in Monument Valley. The Backcountry portion of the tour includes arches and ancient Petroglyphs from the Anasazi people.
This 3-hour Lower Monument Valley sunrise or sunset tour is a custom tour created by your guide. It is a chance for them to create their own itinerary to give their guests the best experience of Monument Valley. Our guides do stop at the major scenic overlooks and monuments like the John Ford's Point, Big Hogan, Totem Pole, Sun's Eye and more.