Salt Lake City, UTAH – Top 10 best things.

Salt Lake City, UTAH – Top 10 best things.

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3 Popular Attractions In Utah

  • Angels Landing: Rock formation in Zion National Park in Utah.
  • UtahFacts:

    • The Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City took 40 years to complete. The Mormon temples in St. George, Manti and Logan Utah were completed before the Salt Lake Temple.
    • The controversy surrounding the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell is often cited as the beginning of the modern-day environmental movement.
    • Fillmore, Utah, is called after Head of state Millard Fillmore as well as was originally designated as the resources. Salt Lake City changed it as the territorial resources in 1856. Additionally, Salt Lake City was referred to as Great Salt Lake City until 1868.
    • Utah is home to the Promoter Training Center in Provo, Utah. This 35-acre facility for LDS (Mormon) missionaries can house 3,800 missionaries as well as it offers 10,000 dishes a day. It is the country's second largest on-site language college, after the U.S. Protection Department's Language Institute in Monterrey, The golden state.
    • Hill Air Pressure Base near Ogden, Utah, is the biggest company in the state of Utah. Utah is residence to the Missionary Training Facility in Provo, Utah.
    Top 14 Non-English Languages Spoken in Utah
    Language Percentage of population
    (as of 2010)[153]
    Spanish 7.4%
    German 0.6%
    Navajo 0.5%
    French 0.4%
    Pacific Island languages including Chamorro, Hawaiian, Ilocano, Tagalog, and Samoan 0.4%
    Chinese 0.4%
    Portuguese 0.3%
    Vietnamese 0.3%
    Japanese 0.2%
    Arapaho 0.1%

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    County name County seat Year founded 2020 U.S. Census Largest County City Percent of total Area % of state
    Beaver Beaver 1856 7,072 Beaver 0.22% 2,589sqmi (6,710km2) 3.2%
    Box Elder Brigham City 1856 57,666 Brigham City 1.76% 5,745sqmi (14,880km2) 7.0%
    Cache Logan 1856 133,154 Logan 4.07% 1,164sqmi (3,010km2) 1.4%
    Carbon Price 1894 20,412 Price 0.62% 1,478sqmi (3,830km2) 1.8%
    Daggett Manila 1918 935 Manila 0.03% 696sqmi (1,800km2) 0.8%
    Davis Farmington 1852 362,679 Layton 11.09% 298sqmi (770km2) 0.4%
    Duchesne Duchesne 1915 19,596 Roosevelt 0.60% 3,240sqmi (8,400km2) 3.9%
    Emery Castle Dale 1880 9,825 Huntington 0.30% 4,462sqmi (11,560km2) 5.4%
    Garfield Panguitch 1882 5,051 Panguitch 0.15% 5,175sqmi (13,400km2) 6.3%
    Grand Moab 1890 9,669 Moab 0.30% 3,671sqmi (9,510km2) 4.5%
    Iron Parowan 1852 57,289 Cedar City 1.75% 3,296sqmi (8,540km2) 4.0%
    Juab Nephi 1852 11,786 Nephi 0.36% 3,392sqmi (8,790km2) 4.1%
    Kane Kanab 1864 7,667 Kanab 0.23% 3,990sqmi (10,300km2) 4.9%
    Millard Fillmore 1852 12,975 Delta 0.40% 6,572sqmi (17,020km2) 8.0%
    Morgan Morgan 1862 12,295 Morgan 0.38% 609sqmi (1,580km2) 0.7%
    Piute Junction 1865 1,438 Circleville 0.04% 757sqmi (1,960km2) 0.9%
    Rich Randolph 1868 2,510 Garden City 0.08% 1,028sqmi (2,660km2) 1.3%
    Salt Lake Salt Lake City 1852 1,185,238 Salt Lake City, State Capital. 36.23% 742sqmi (1,920km2) 0.9%
    San Juan Monticello 1880 14,518 Blanding 0.44% 7,819sqmi (20,250km2) 9.5%
    Sanpete Manti 1852 28,437 Ephraim 0.87% 1,590sqmi (4,100km2) 1.9%
    Sevier Richfield 1865 21,522 Richfield 0.66% 1,910sqmi (4,900km2) 2.3%
    Summit Coalville 1854 42,357 Park City 1.29% 1,871sqmi (4,850km2) 2.3%
    Tooele Tooele 1852 72,698 Tooele 2.22% 6,941sqmi (17,980km2) 8.4%
    Uintah Vernal 1880 35,620 Vernal 1.09% 4,479sqmi (11,600km2) 5.5%
    Utah Provo 1852 659,399 Provo, third largest city in UT. 20.16% 2,003sqmi (5,190km2) 2.4%
    Wasatch Heber 1862 34,788 Heber City 1.06% 1,175sqmi (3,040km2) 1.4%
    Washington St. George 1852 180,279 St. George 5.51% 2,426sqmi (6,280km2) 3.0%
    Wayne Loa 1892 2,486 Loa 0.08% 2,460sqmi (6,400km2) 3.0%
    Weber Ogden 1852 262,223 Ogden 8.02% 576sqmi (1,490km2) 0.7%

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    Our top 10 reasons why we think Salt Lake City, Utah, is a nice place to visit or live.

    9 thoughts on “Salt Lake City, UTAH – Top 10 best things.

    1. I live in Salt lake City and for every point this video makes for what is great about Salt lake i can make 20 on how its horrible lol! The only thing i truly LOVE about living here is raw and beautiful nature thats less than 30 min drive from SLC. In short, unless you're a nature lover, don't come here!

    2. As a person who lives in SLC, I 100% agree with all the points! Though, if you plan on moving here just be prepped for three things; Stop-lights galore, horrid traffic, and the infamous batshit insane weather

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