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Five Essential Stops On An RV Tour Across Utah

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The freedom and solitude of RV travel has vaulted this form of recreation to new heights of popularity, and with cutting-edge rental platforms like RVShare on the market, there’s no better time to set out on your very own RV adventure than the present.

When it comes to destinations, the spacious highways and spectacular natural beauty of Utah make it a perfect match for a lengthy RV road trip. While there’s no shortage of gorgeous attractions to see across the Beehive State, check out the list below for some must-visit highlights during your adventure.

Sample World-Class Whiskey at High West Distillery

After a roughly 130-year drought, the prayers of Beehive State whiskey aficionados were answered with the debut of High West, Utah’s first legal distillery since the mid-1800s. The bulk of High West’s spirit is produced at the company’s state-of-the-art distillery in the Wasatch-Uinta mountain range, but for a night of fine dining paired with perfectly-crafted cocktails, be sure to pay a visit to the High West Saloon. This exquisitely-designed gastro distillery is one of Park City’s top hangout spots, offering tasty High West-infused drinks ranging from the No. 10—a crisp cocktail that blends American Prairie Bourbon with apple and pear brandy—to the Double Rye and Guatemalan rum-laden Tiger Alley.

Trek Amidst Towering Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park

Utah is no stranger to incredible natural beauty, but if you only have time for one national park during your RV trip, make sure it’s Bryce Canyon. Officially established in 1928, this sprawling preserve contains the world’s largest concentration of hoodoos, a jagged rock spear formed by erosion. The park is a true paradise for hikers, equipped with a wide array of options ranging from the 1.5-mile Queen’s Garden Loop Trail to the challenging 8.2-mile Fairyland Loop. Not a huge fan of outdoor adventure? No worries—the park is equipped with spectacular vista points like Sunrise Point and Sunset Point, with each spot offering a world-class view with minimal amounts of walking required.

View the rest of the article from Forbes here.

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