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Utah is one of the most visually stunning places to visit, especially in the winter months. Why not bring the whole family along to share in the beautiful scenery?

Whether you have enough time to do just a couple of the things on this list or you plan on staying long enough to do them all, a vacation in Utah in the winter means you can spend time bonding with the family while having a ton of fun.

Skiing with the Kids in Utah

Skiing is the most obvious activity that you can participate in when in Utah for the winter months. Don’t shy away from it just because you have the family with you.

Kids can join in the fun as well. If you haven’t been skiing before or you need to teach the kids, it’s important to learn how to ski properly so you have more fun on the slopes.  Never been skiing? This guide will give you a good start.

Building a Snow Cave for the Whole Family

<p “>Because there is so much snowfall in Utah, especially on the mountains, you will be in the perfect location to build a snow cave. You can even build one big enough to camp in overnight with the whole family. This is something you can’t experience just anywhere, so do this while on vacation in Utah with the kids.

Snowshoeing

If you want to see more of the wild landscape of Utah during winter, you might want to go snowshoeing on one of the many trails they have. Many are groomed specifically for snowshoeing. This is a great activity especially if the kids are a bit older and can handle the physical demands of the activity.

Tubing Fun!

Tubing is fun even for the smaller kids. Many locations that offer snow tubing activities also have rope tows that will get you to the top of the hills so you aren’t having to climb up the hill every time you want to slide down it. Smaller children can ride on a tub along with an older sibling or an adult.

Ice Fishing: Not Your Run of the Mill Fishing Experience

Ice fishing is nothing like regular fishing from a boat or a shoreline in warmer weather. Dress warm and sit on the ice or in a shanty and bond with your family as you try to catch fish that you won’t find from the banks of a river or pond in summertime. This is an ultimate outdoor activity to experience with the family in Utah.

Go to the Zoo

The zoos around Utah will have a lot fewer guests when you visit in the wintertime; however, many of the animals you will see at the zoos are oftentimes more active during the colder weather. This means you will have a much better experience when visiting a Utah zoo during the winter.

The Olympic Oval

The 2002 winter Olympics were held in Utah and the Olympic Oval is still open during the winter. You can skate on the same circles as some of the fastest skaters in the world, or you can even take lessons on curling to learn something unique and fun for the whole family.

Enjoy the Scenery: Go for a Drive

Some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world happen to be in Utah during the winter. If you flew in, you can rent a car suitable to driving in the mountains and valleys. Even the canyons, covered with snow, are visually breathtaking and not something you can see anywhere else.

 

If you are planning a trip to Utah in the winter, bring the kids along. You won’t regret the time spent with family as you enjoy any of these 8 things you can enjoy with the kids. A winter trip with the whole family to Utah is a trip you won’t forget.

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