Located at the base of the Rocky Mountain Range, Salt Lake City is a combination of the rugged outdoors and metropolitan comfort. The area around the University of Utah conveys a small-town community with nearby diverse neighborhoods. It has been tagged as the “Greatest Snow On Earth” with the resorts and canyons within minutes from campus.
Provo is a friendly, family-oriented college town. It is surrounded by classic southwestern rocky mountain peaks creating beautiful scenery. The mountains allow for many great outdoor activities including hiking and fishing. For cyclists, they have interconnected 44 miles of bicycle pathways and trails to all the favorite city hotspots
Logan is a picturesque Western-style college town with 40 miles of community parks and 18 mile long Bear Lake. Outdoor recreation opportunities: camping, fishing, mountain biking, boating and hiking. In the winter, you can ski at Beaver Mountain Ski resort or snowmobile in Logan Canyon.
Cedar City Also called the "Festival City," is host to a number of film, theater and art festivals throughout the year. This charming and compact college town offers a great home base for exploring the area. Golf, skiing, biking and other outdoor recreational activities abound. In the summer, mountain bikers flock to the Brian Head Peak Activity Center, for challenging runs and spectacular scenery.
The skyscrapers in the town of Ogden are Ben Lomond Peak, Mount Ogden, and Strawberry Peak. It offers a huge playground adjacent to 170,000 acres of National Forest. There is 210 miles of maintained mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian trails with campgrounds and fresh lakes for water sports.
St. George is all about adventure, pioneer history and surrounded by beautiful red cliffs and green golf courses. With its year-round warm weather, excellent recreation and proximity to Zion National Park, has become one of Utah's favorites. It offers students miles of paved trails for hiking, running, and biking around campus.
Orem is a clean city and relatively modern in look and feel but traditional in values and culture. It is at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in the area known as the "mountainland region." The mountains spread out to the west into rolling hills and flatter areas with Utah Lake a prominent feature.