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  1. Provo

    Provo, a city in the Wasatch Range region of the state of Utah in the United States of America, is known as a base for exploring the surrounding countryside and national parks. Provo is located in Utah County, which is often considered the most conservative county in the most conservative state in the country.

  2. Orem
  3. Springville

    People near Provo

  4. Provo Canyon
  5. Utah Valley

    Utah Valley is in Utah's Wasatch Range. Most cities are between Utah Lake and the mountains, along the main I-15 corridor.

  6. Spanish Fork
  7. American Fork

    American Fork is in the Wasatch Range, a region in north central Utah. It is on the north border of Utah Lake, about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City.

  8. Timpanogos Cave National Monument

    thumb|350px|The "Heart of Timpanogos" formation, Timpanogos Cave

  9. Lehi

  10. Santaquin

    Santaquin is a small town in the Wasatch Range region in the state of Utah in the United States. It hugs the bottom of Utah Valley and is generally considered the southernmost city in the Wasatch Range.

  11. Alta (Utah)

    Alta is a small town at the head of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Salt Lake County, part of the Wasatch Range region of Utah.

  12. Draper
  13. Sandy

    Sandy is a city located just south of Salt Lake City in Utah's Wasatch Range. It is one of the major suburbs of Salt Lake City.

  14. Park City (Utah)

    Park City is a year-round resort town located on the Eastern (or Back) of the Wasatch Mountains, part of the Rocky Mountain Range in Utah. Altitude in town ranges from 6,720 to 8,460 ft.

  15. Salt Lake City

  16. Fairview (Utah)
  17. Tooele
  18. Moroni (Utah)
  19. Mount Pleasant (Utah)
  20. Spring City

    Spring City is in Central Utah]. Originally settled by James Allred from Manti, the place was known as Canal Creek.

  21. Utah

    Utah, located in the Southwest region of the United States, is well known for its incredible scenic beauty and year round outdoor activities including skiing, snowboarding, hiking, boating, water skiing, horseback riding, camping, and rock climbing. The capital city of Salt Lake City has a number of unique modern and historical sites to visit, including Temple Square, the headquarters for the Mormon church.

  22. Ephraim (Utah)

    Ephraim is in Central Utah. In the spring of 1854, some residents of Manti went north to Cottonwood Creek and were later joined by settlers uprooted from Allred's settlement (Spring City) and recent immigrants from Denmark.

  23. Antelope Island

    Antelope Island, the largest island of the Great Salt Lake, is a state park known for its wildlife viewing opportunities. The island is particularly famous for its free-roaming herd of a few hundred bison.

  24. Manti
  25. Helper
  26. Yuba Lake State Park

    Yuba Lake State Parkis located in Central Utah. The sprawling waters of Yuba State Park provide a variety of recreation opportunities for visitors.

  27. Sterling (Utah)

    Sterling is in Central Utah. Surveyed by James Snow in 1881 after securing rights to former Indian reservation land from the government.

  28. Palisade State Park

    Palisade State Park & Reservoir is a park in Central Utah that draws swimmers, year-round anglers and non-motorized watercraft enthusiasts. There is also an 18-hole golf course, practice range, professional golf shop and snack bar that is truly world class.

  29. Ogden
  30. Price (Utah)
  31. Gunnison (Utah)

    Gunnison is in Central Utah. Settled in spring 1859 by a group led by Bishop Jacob Hutchinson.

  32. Western Utah

    Western Utah is a region of Utah encompassing the counties of Box Elder and Tooele, as well as the western halves of the counties of Juab, Millard, and Beaver (west of longitude 113W).

  33. Evanston (Wyoming)
  34. Delta (Utah)
  35. Brigham City