Places to Visit in Utah in the Winter

Here’s a list of places to visit in Utah in the winter to see Utah’s stunning snowy or red rock landscapes, enjoy outdoor activities, and attend fun events.

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Winter Weather in Northern Utah

December Weather – Northern Utah (Salt Lake City): highs 39 / lows 27 F January Weather – Northern Utah (Salt Lake City): highs 39 / lows 24 F February Weather – Northern Utah (Salt Lake City): highs 45 / lows 29 F

Winter Weather in Southern Utah

December Weather – Southern Utah (St. George): highs 63 / lows 40 F January Weather – Southern Utah (St. George): highs 54 / lows 28 F February Weather – Southern Utah (St. George): highs 59 / lows 32 F

Utah National Parks in the Winter

Utah National Parks in the winter are great. With 5 National Parks in Utah, you are guaranteed some beautiful views and adventures.

Snowshoeing in Winter in Utah

If you’re a fan of hiking and snow, give snowshoeing a go. You can get started by renting or buying snowshoes and poles.

Snomobiling in Utah in the Winter

Exploring the Utah snowmobile trails is another fun winter activity. Snowmobile rentals, guides and tours are available in all areas of Utah. 

Midway Ice Castles

Midway Ice Castle contains various castle rooms that with carved tunnels, sculptures, thrones, slides, fountains and more, lit with LED lights to add to the magic.

Utah Crater and Hot Springs in the Winter

Also located in Midway, you’ll find the Utah Homestead Crater – a natural 65 foot deep hot spring found inside a 55 foot tall mineral dome. 

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