Utah County, Provo Canyon, Sundance
The Provo area boasts arguably the most dramatic backdrop in the Wasatch Front. Mount Timpanogos — nearly 5,300 feet of prominence and an 11,752-foot summit — is an inspiring citadel of solid rock, the centerpiece to the Utah Valley stretch of the Wasatch Front.
Today, Provo sets itself a part as a place for innovation in tech, health care, education, as well as place for easy access to Provo Canyon’s offerings. The Provo River serves up scenic fly-fishing, kayaking and floating. The surrounding mountains cradle an extensive network of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and mountaineering. Both River Ranch Adventures and Sundance Mountain Resort host zip lining. Also visit Sundance for exceptional skiing and boarding on some of Utah’s most stunning slopes before settling into rustic and sophisticated accommodations or workshops at the Sundance Art Studio.