Visiting Utah in May

Visiting Utah in May you can enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, boating, stargazing, off-roading, or camping in the mountains, forests, lakes, reservoirs, red rock canyons, and deserts.


 Average temperatures in Northern Utah:  highs 73 / 50 degrees F

Utah Weather  in May

Average temperatures in Southern Utah: highs 85 / 56 degrees F

Northern Utah in May The higher elevations in the mountains may still have snow so you might be able to snowshoe, snow ski, or snowmobile. The lower elevations might get a rain or even snow storm in May. The snow runoff may make some hiking trails wet and muddy.

Southern Utah in May   National Parks are popular destinations for summer vacations. Be prepared for crowds. The weather will be just right for outdoor activities.

Utah National Parks in May

Some of the National Parks in Utah now have permits to enter or do certain activities, so be sure to check about reservations required when visiting in May.

Hiking in Utah is one of the best ways to experience this beautiful state. In May the temperatures are just right for hiking.

Utah Hiking in May

Utah has more than 400,000 miles of scenic drives to explore and enjoy majestic views!

Utah Scenic Drives in May

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