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The Rocky Mountains run right down the middle of Utah, dividing the state-and the continent-with knife-like precision (guess that's why this is known as the Continental Divide). It's here, balanced between the lush greens of the Wasatch National Forest and the blaze of the Bonneville Salt Flats, that you begin to feel how much a nation of contrasts America really is. It's not just the obvious diversity of the folks who live here; it's the very nature of the geography. The beauty of Utah's geological wonders is beyond measure, and no trip to the state should bypass the Arches National Park or the Valley of the Gods.
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Utah has its share of towns and cities too, but not many, and they're mostly in the north. None is more famous or better known than Salt Lake City, so named because of the Great Salt Lake which sits at the city's edge, and which was once part of a huge inland sea. Salt Lake is also home to the Church of the Latter Day Saints, not to mention the fantastic structure that is their tabernacle and the great Mormon Choir which sings there. But Salt Lake is not all brackish water and religion; the diversity and range of attractions here are as far-reaching as you'd expect from a place that calls itself home to both dale and desert. You'll soon see for yourself on this virtual visit.

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