Provo, UT, USA

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Provo, UT, USA

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Provo sits in the Utah peaks

You won't have to look far from the door of those rustic mountain cabins or timber-clad Provo vacation rentals to see why this pint-sized town on the edge of Lake Utah is a veritable magnet for outdoorsy types. The craggy tops of the Wasatch clamber up on all sides, offering snow-topped massifs where the promised ski fields of the Sundance Mountain and Timpanogos sprawl out with their groomed pistes and cable cars. Of course, hiking, biking, kayaking, and all manner of other adventurous pursuits are also available when the summer months swing around.

Prepare the calf muscles for Provo

Provo is all about stretching the legs and breathing in the fresh air of the great American outdoors. The Wasatch Mountains are the playground, beckoning with celebrated ski resorts and winter mountain retreats. If you prefer to pull on the walking boots to the winter gear, then Provo vacation rentals are still a great choice. You can scramble up canyons to discover roaring waterfalls, go for pleasant day hikes around the mountain-shrouded waters of Utah Lake, hit the fly fishing spots, or just enjoy a round in a local golf club.

Waterfalls and wide pistes in Provo

Mount Timpanogos soars over the top of Provo town, hiding skiing and the uber-famous Sundance Mountain Resort, where world-famous film festivals and world-class alpine routes both beckon throughout the year. The breathtaking sights of Bridal Veil Falls and other craggy canyons are available to hikers making their way through the Provo Canyon, while other trails weave up Y Mountain and around Utah Lake State Park. For families, there's also the fun-loving Seven Peaks Waterpark with its twisting slides, and the BYU Planetarium closer to the heart of the town.

Snow beckons the skiers to Provo

The seasonal snows of Utah govern the opening and closing of the ski fields at Sundance and beyond, these typically last from late December to May, meaning there's plenty of time to carve through the drifts of the Wasatch range each winter. That said, summertime is also a top time to go in search of Provo vacation rentals, when the ice is melted and the trails of Y Mountain and Provo Canyon beckon with their green forests and roaring waterfalls.

Welcome to the Wasatch in Provo

Provo spreads out on the rugged edge of the Wasatch Mountains. Snow-topped and peppered with fir trees, these range from Twin Peaks to Mount Timpanogos to the Loafer Mountain in the south, each coming with ski fields, hiking trails, creeks, and a wondrous array of wildlife – think cougars, moose, deer, and more. To the front of the city is wide Lake Utah, while the 1.2 million acres of Manti-La Sal edges southwards, home to aspen groves and carved canyons.