Buy three, get two people Free. Turn Salt Lake City into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual, but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.
The Best Place to see the Sunset in Utah is at The Great Salt LakeOn the way to the Great Salt Lake we pass by Wetland Bird Habitat and wild Antelope. See the beautiful lake from the look-out point. Walk in the water, Soaking in our lake has it's many rejuvenating health benefits.
The Sunset Bike and Brothel'Tour is an exploratory tour on bicycles, usually 3.5 hours long, beginning in the early evening, and giving a comprehensive look at Salt Lake City as the Crossroads of the West, and an extra focus on different areas of interest concerning prostitution history in the City. Groups ride bikes'to all points of interest in the greater downtown area, historical and current. Multiple stops'along the way for breaks, photos, and good old rest. Together, we gain an excellent vantage point of the City and enjoy a sparkling beverage together, provided by your guide. Questions are fielded by your personal, friendly, and locally-based tour guide. Stopping for a bite to eat is always an option.We provide bicycles, helmets, and water in bottles to drink.
Enjoy this trip to the famous Utah Rocky Mountains, also known as the Wasatch Mountains! Drive up Big Cottonwood Canyon, the best sightseeing in Utah. There are great opportunity for photos in the mountains with the wildlife. We will drive to Silver Lake at the top of the mountain where we stop and take in the fresh air, and then you can take some time on your own to walk around Silver Lake.
The'famous Utah Rocky Mountains (Wasatch Mountains) drive up Big Cotton Wood Canyon the best sightseeing in Utah. Great opportunity for photos in the mountains with the wildlife. We drive to Silver Lake at the top of the mountains where we stop and take in the fresh mountain air.
Our most featured and educational tour available. Visit Salt Lake City see the Mormon temple tour from a whole new perspective and learn all about the rich history and culture that Salt Lake City has to offer!'This tour takes approximately 2 to 3 hrs
Get a comprehensive look at Salt Lake City with the Big City Loop Tour, an exploratory, 3-hour bicycle ride at the 'Crossroads of the West.' Groups will ride bikes'to all points of interest in the greater Downtown Salt Lake City area, both historical and current. Make multiple stops'along the way for breaks, photos, and good old rest. Questions are fielded by a personal, friendly, and locally based tour guide. Stopping for a bite to eat is always an option. Use of a bicycle and helmet are included.
Visit America's Dead Sea!'On the way to the Great Salt Lake we pass by Wetland Bird Habitat and wild Antelope. See the beautiful lake from the look-out point. Walk in the water, Soaking in our lake has it's many rejuvenating health benefits.
After pickup and your local hotel, we drive to Little Cottonwood canyon for the best sightseeing in Utah, these are the Utah Rocky Mountains. Driving up the canyon learning the history of the Utah Rocky Mountain range that runs through Utah, also known as the Wasatch Mountains. We stop at Snowbird Ski Resort where we have time to do scenic walking and hiking or ride the mountain tram (not included) to the top of 11,000 feet to hidden peak. After'we are done we drive back to Salt Lake City and drop you off at your hotel.
Hear the story of the early Mormon Pioneers of 1847 while exploring This is the Place heritage monument. See the Olympic Village where the athletes stayed and see the Olympic stadium where the opening and closing ceremonies took place. See the Governors Mansion (Tour Permitting). Stroll through the Utah State Capitol and view the entire valley from the Capitol steps. Visit historic temple squares gardens and grounds and catch unparalleled views from the Joseph Smith Memorial Buildings 10th floor west and east facing panorama windows. Catch an Organ recital at 12 pm or 2 pm at either the tabernacle or the conference center. You will be dropped back of at your hotel lobby in good fashion.
See Rocky Mountain Wildlife! Little Cottonwood Canyon is'one of the most popular places for sightseeing and photos in the Wasatch Mountains. Take the tram 11,000 feet to the top. See the wildlife and beautiful terrain along the way. At the top of the mountain enjoy a nice walk around before you come back down on the tram.'$20.00 Tram Ticket Not Included.