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32 Reasons to Visit Monticello for Fall Break

Remember how in the Spring we talked about Monticello? Well, with Fall Break coming you should add this to your bucket list. Here's a complete itinerary for you! We promise you won't regret it. Unlike Western Southern Utah, this will be a cooler climate, so check the weather before. Day 1 Lunch/Breakfast from Peace Tree Juice Cafe Visit The Canyon Country Discovery Center & Grounds Salt Project's Visit here. (Book an outdoor adventure with them! Climbing Wall, exhibits, picnic, Gift Shop.) Drive by Church Rock (You can't miss it, it's right where 191 and 211 meet.) Drive to Newspaper Rock

Layton City Guide - Staycation

I'm so excited to share some of my home town favorites with you! I've called Layton home for most of my life but it wasn't until the last couple of years that I discovered some amazing hidden gems! Layton Park Duck Pond or Layton Commons Park This is a beautiful park with fun trees to climb, ducks to feed, a play ground and great walking paths. Adams Canyon Lower Falls A short version of my favorite hike in Layton! Only 25 minutes to this amazing 20ft waterfall. Adams Canyon This is the long version of my favorite hike in Layton

Ogden City Guide - Staycation

Hello Fall Break! Or UEA or whatever yours is called. Either way, we're going to give you a whole bunch of ideas for easy Utah Staycations! One, two, three days? We'll pretty much give you all the ideas you need. Best part The Salt Project has personally tried each and every place. We'll give you some things to do and then places to eat. Our first stop, Ogden. Beus Pond | Ogden Easy stroll around the pond. You can picnic and even fish. (Don't feed the ducks bread thouhgh.) Ogden Nature Center | Ogden For just a couple bucks you
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