This path to the Albion Meadows is shortened to see lots of the best wildflowers in Utah at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon!
Did you know we have fireflies in Utah? Most people don't know it, but they are in many places over the state, especially in northern Utah.
The poppies in Alpine, Utah bloom for about two weeks starting around Memorial Day. They are so beautiful and symbolize peace and remembrance.
The Fallen Officer Memorial Trail is organized annually by Herriman City in May around Blackridge Reservoir. Each year they include different officers and K-9 dogs who have died in the line of duty in Utah.
The cherry blossoms at the Utah State Capitol are a highlight every spring and enhance the Memorial Walkway around the capitol building.
"The Major" is the largest free-flying flag and is hung each year in Cold Water Canyon for nearly two weeks at the beginning of November. It honors the late mayor of North Ogden and all who serve.
The Albion Meadows at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon are one of the best places to see wildflowers in all of Utah!
There is a large 30'x60' flag hung in Little Willow Canyon in Sandy, Utah each year from July 4 - July 24 near Hidden Valley Park!
"The Major" is the largest free-flying flag and is hung each year in Cold Water Canyon for nearly two weeks at the beginning of November. It honors the late mayor of North Ogden.
Did you know we have a salmon run in Utah? Causey Reservoir is a great place for seeing the salmon run here in Utah.
Every year for a week volunteers put up over 3,300 flags in Sandy City to be a commemoration of hope on the anniversary of September 11.
September 10-13 Follow the Flag hung a flag in Rock Canyon in Provo in honor of those who died on September 11, 2001.