A hub to explore the great outdoors
Utah is a vast playground for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. With 15 ski resorts across the state featuring the Greatest Snow on Earth, you can hit the slopes for the best kind of ups and downs. That’s not to mention our five national parks, 44 state parks, nine national monuments, five national forests, and two national recreation areas. All told that’s nearly 23 million acres of public land with plenty to do from Arches to Zion and everything in between.
Utah: ‘Tomorrow’s Tech Mecca’
Business is thriving in Utah, and some of the most rapid growth is happening along the Silicon Slopes. The foothills between Salt Lake City and Provo are packed with big names like Adobe, ebay, Vivint, and more. The most recent count puts Utah’s tech sector at 4,201 establishments and 68,184 employees, with Forbes ranking Salt Lake City as the No. 1 city ready to become “Tomorrow’s Tech Meccas.”
Economic buzz in the Beehive State
All of this growth means your dollar goes further in the Beehive State. Utah has been ranked No. 1 for “Best Economic Outlook” by Rich State Poor States for 14 consecutive years. Forbes has recognized Utah consistently as one of the Top 3 States for Business for decades, with six appearances in the No. 1 spot. Utah ranks among the best states for personal income growth, family prosperity and quality of life.