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Discover the wonders of Utah & get in the draw to WIN! 

If you have a love for destinations that are prefaced with adjectives like jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring, and mind-boggling, then you won't want to miss Destination Webinars’ special 4-week live webinars partnering with the Utah Office of Tourism. See the best of Utah, learn facts to impress your clients, and notice how quickly you move Utah to the top of your travel wish list.  

If you have a love for destinations that are prefaced with adjectives like jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring, and mind-boggling, then you won’t want to miss Destination Webinars’ special 4-week live webinars partnering with the Utah Office of Tourism. See the best of Utah, learn facts to impress your clients, and notice how quickly you move Utah to the top of your travel wish list.  

So, what’s so cool about Utah? 

Utah is an outdoor-lovers haven thanks to its dramatic landscapes, unique attractions, and epic powder.

With five iconic US national parks, nine national monuments, 44 state parks, 15 world-renowned ski resorts, 24 Dark Sky parks and places, 28 scenic byways, and countless hidden gems, Utah is the must-see destination in the American West. You’re invited to explore it all on a virtual tour of Utah by clued-up locals ever-willing to share their knowledge and passion with you.

And if that isn’t exciting enough, if you register for the series before Tuesday 30th August, you’ll be in with a shot to WIN a $100 gift card! You don’t even need to be able to attend live to win this webinar sweetener: choose from two timeslots (9 am or 12 pm) or watch the replays at your leisure.  

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The epic powder & 15 world-class ski resorts draw international visitors to Utah

Week 1, Tuesday 30 August: Welcome to the series & Utah 101 

Local representative Corey Marshall launches the series with a bang, followed by a ‘Utah 101’ with Zach Fyne, the Global Markets Specialist, Utah Office of Tourism

Zach will fill you in on the ethereal quality of Utah’s landscape, ranging from its high-desert plateaus to alpine meadows and snow-covered peaks to bird-filled wetlands. You’ll learn about the different national parks and monuments, state parks and cultural and historical activities, not to mention Utah’s non-stop outdoor recreational opportunities.  

Did you know that a major reason for people visiting Utah is that they saw this enchanting landscape in a movie? Zach shares insights on creating film-related itineraries, along with planning tips for the ultimate Utah road trip vacation. 

Week 2, Tuesday 6 September: Visit Salt Lake and Logan & Cache Valley 

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Salt Lake, a place where elevation meets aspiration, is a must on any Utah itinerary. Starting Utah’s week two webinar, Michael Mack from Visit Salt Lake reveals how this modern city, nestled at the foot of spectacular mountains, cultivates open minds and fresh perspectives. 

For ski and board lovers, the four world-class ski resorts minutes from downtown Salt Lake City make it an idyllic winter destination. In summer, hikers, bikers, and campers flock for its open-air spoils. You’ll leave this webinar with a clear understanding of why Salt Lake is a place that feels anything but ordinary.  

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Logan & Cache Valley, it’s high (mountain) time you got familiar

While you may not be familiar with Logan & Cache Valley, you soon will be as Julie Hollist Terrill, Director of Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, introduces you to this high mountain valley. Known for its outdoor adventures, strong heritage, and captivating performing arts, it’s time you got familiar! 

Logan is a great stopover on trips to Bear Lake State Park, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons. It’s worth lingering in Logan to experience the city’s excellent art galleries, specialty shops, Mormon pioneer architecture, community festivals, local food, and live performances.  

Piqued your interest to get registered? Sign up before next Tuesday (or now, before you forget) and you’ll be in with a chance to win that $100 voucher.

Week 3, Tuesday 13 September: Park City and The Heber Valley 

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Park City, a diverse destination with a solid sustainability focus

You’re off to Park City week three, thanks to Megan Collins, Visit Park City’s International Marketing Manager. 

Park City has a rich history, from Indigenous hunting and gathering grounds to a thriving silver mining community to a charming ski town. Park City is known for its two world-class ski resorts, year-round mountain adventures, diverse arts and culture scene, and historic Main Street.  

Just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, visitors to Park City enjoy the free public transit system consisting of zero-emission busses and electric bicycles.  

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The Heber Valley, an outdoor playground

Sharing the week three limelight, Jana Brown, the Destination Sales Manager from the Heber Valley reveals how the Heber Valley is the place to go if your clients want to get moving by foot, bike, boat, ski, snowmobile, train, or zipline.  

Going from adventure to adventure, visitors can zipline across the lake on one end of the valley and bike over mountain slopes on the other. When recalibrating from the outdoor playground, the small-town charm appeals, including the Heber Valley’s dining options.  

Week 4, Tuesday 20 September: Moab and Kanab 

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Out-of-this-world Moab

Hold off the tears that your virtual Utah travels are over because Moab awaits, presented by Melissa Stocks, Assistant Marketing Director of Discover Moab.  

Melissa shares her top tips on how Moab, the stunning home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, is surrounded by some of the most incredible red rock landscapes on Earth. 

In Moab town, visitors can revel in the small resort town hospitality as they explore the shops, galleries, and restaurants, along with the beautiful scenery and the cool waters of the Colorado River. 

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Kanab, a landscape of infinite adventure

To conclude our four-week jaunt across Moab, Janette Peatross, the Assistant Director Marketing, shares the wonders of Kanab.  

Imagine a landscape of infinite adventure, where unbelievable red rock cliffs, rolling hills of sand, and lush winding canyons present a spectacle to behold. In this little town close to Utah’s national parks, you can let your imagination relax as all the sites you’ve been imagining are right before your eyes! 

Register now to be in with a shot to win!

If you haven’t been to Utah yet, Bryce yourself (haha) for this thrilling introduction to everything that makes this state special. Register for the Wonders of Utah series today! For more info, contact  charlie@destinationwebinars.com.au