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Utah is famous for skiing and as home to five U.S. National Parks, including the spectacular Zion and Bryce Canyon as well as Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. So if you’re planning a Utah destination wedding, you know there are a few things you can be sure of: beautiful resorts, amazing scenery, and plenty of options for pre- and post-wedding activities.

The Amangiri resort in Canyon Point, Utah isn’t just close to parks like Bryce and Zion — it feels like it’s a park unto itself. Blending seamlessly into 600 acres of desert, canyons, and buttes, Amangiri has amazing views from every vantage point, including a pool literally built around a canyon wall. It’s an unforgettable setting for an intimate wedding amid the majesty of the American Southwest.

Park City is primarily known for its legendary skiing, but this Utah mountain town is actually a four-season destination. For a five-star Park City destination wedding, consider the classic Stein Eriksen Lodge or the St. Regis Deer Valley resort—both located at the Deer Valley ski resort and offering luxury slope-side accommodations, plus amazing indoor and outdoor spaces for your ceremony and reception.

A winter wedding of course includes the amazing backdrop of snow-covered mountains and endless winter-sports activities, but the summer scenery is nearly as beautiful and, if anything, there’s more to do: mountain biking, ziplining, hot-air balloon rides (talk about romantic!), and whitewater rafting, to name just a few activities you can work into the ultimate Utah destination wedding itinerary.

> Written By: Bob Curley

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