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As Utah prepares to showcase its majestic landscapes worldwide during the 2002 Olympic Games, countless travelers continue to explore the state's splendor. Utah is famous for its land of many faces. From the red rock of Canyonland National Park to the snow-capped mountains along the Wasatch front, the state is rich in natural diversity. This diversity translates into a broad spectrum of recreational opportunities the state can offer. For instance, Utah's alpine and cross-country ski conditions are among the best in the world. In warm months, rigorous alpine and rock trails have earned Utah the reputation as the "bicycling capital of the world." In addition, river running, boating, hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, and scenic driving are other activities available within Utah. The list of recreational possibilities appears endless.
Wilkins, Michelle A., "Recreation, at a Glance" (1996). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 287.
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