These free, printable travel maps of Utah are divided into nine regions:
- Salt Lake City and Vicinity
- Park City and the Wasatch Range
- Provo and Central Utah
- Dinosaur Country
- Southeast Utah
- Zion National Park
- Bryce Canyon National Park
- The Escalante Region
- Arches and Canyonlands
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Travel Maps of Utah
Maps of Salt Lake City and Vicinity
To visitors, Salt Lake City presents a near-unique natural and built environment where all-seasons, big-as-all-outdoors recreation coexists with the sophisticated comforts of urban living.
Park City and the Wasatch Range Maps
In the Wasatch Range, superb snow conditions and friendly ski resorts combine to offer some of the best skiing in North America. In Park City, upscale amenities, fine dining, and events such as the Sundance Film Festival compete with stellar ski slopes for the attention of skiers and boarders.
Maps of Provo and Central Utah
Provo, home to Brigham Young University, is a good base for exploring the dramatic Wasatch peaks that rise directly behind the city.
Maps of Dinosaur Country
Vernal and Price have good dinosaur museums; visit dig sites at the remote Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry and see over 1,000 bones exposed in the quarry at scenic Dinosaur National Monument. Beyond dinosaurs, the lofty Uinta Mountains are noted for their trout-rich streams and lakes.
Maps of Southeast Utah
by W. C. McRae
by Judy Jewell
Explore the colorful hoodoos, canyons, and iconic arches of all five of Utah’s national parks.
Maps of Zion National Park
Zion National Park presents stunning contrasts, with barren, towering rock walls deeply incised by steep canyons containing a verdant oasis of cottonwood trees and wildflowers. Zion is so awe-inspiring that the early Mormons named it for their vision of heaven.
Maps of Bryce National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is famed for its red and pink hoodoos, delicate fingers of stone rising from a steep mountainside. Nearby, Cedar Breaks National Monument has similar formations without the crowds.
Maps of The Escalante Region
A large section of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument preserves the dry washes and slot canyons trenched by the Escalante River and its tributaries as they drop toward the Colorado River. Long-distance hikers descend these sinuously beautiful, high-rock-walled cathedrals of stone to experience the near-mystical harmony of flowing water and stone. In Capitol Reef National Park, the Fremont River carves a magnificent canyon through Waterpocket Fold, offering hikers a leafy, well-watered sanctuary from the park’s otherwise arid landscapes.
Arches and Canyonlands Maps
In vast Canyonlands National Park, the Colorado River begins to tunnel its mighty—and soon to be grand—canyon through an otherworldly landscape of red sandstone. The beauty is more mystical at Arches National Park, where hundreds of delicate rock arches provide windows into the solid rock.
Arches National Park Maps
Canyonlands National Park Maps