Is it that time, again, already? Time to set the clocks forward an hour. Most likely this time change is your lesser favorite of the two clock changes, too. However, what a great opportunity to talk about making the most of the extra daylight that will soon be upon us.
One of the many reasons that we at Felt Family Dentistry enjoy working in Utah is that our state has a variety of outdoor activities. Did you know that Utah is 80% public land open for public use? Here’s some fun ideas to get out, explore Utah, and make the most of Daylight Savings.
One of the most unique tourist attraction in Utah is the Great Salt Lake. However, locals often overlook it. Whether you have your own sailboat, choose to rent a small watercraft from Antelope Island, or want to just drive to a plateau out west the Great Salt Lake offers beautiful sunsets that are among the best, anywhere.
Raft or fly fish the Green River in north eastern Utah. The picturesque scenery is definitely worth the trip.
Take an an adventurous hike to Angels Landing in Zion National Park, or visit any of Utah’s beautiful five national parks. The view at Angels Landing is breath-taking and offers surreal views as you climb higher and higher. Not for those scared of heights, the hike’s final stretch is a narrow spine of rock with chains lined at hand level for hikers to grasp. Once you’re on top you will understand the name of Angels Landing.
With the extra daylight from Daylight Savings you now have more time to take in Utah’s amazing beauty. This short list is but a few of many amazing things to do in Utah. How will you make the most of your day?