Snapshots | From One Mountain to Another

Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro

Upon entering Utah, the snow-capped Oquirrh Mountains in November act as Utah’s welcoming committee. Coupled by the majestic Wasatch Range as the backdrop for the smog-filled bowl of Salt Lake City, these are just parts of what make up Northern Utah’s awe-inspiring landscape.

Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro

The natural landscape, rich with history, remains dominant in this region. Despite being home to the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City and world-renowned slopes in Park City, it’s the landscape that provides a visual experience for both sightseers and adventurers.

Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro

The view of Northern Utah’s landscape, however, can only truly be taken in from a higher elevation. So, even on days when smog threatens the level of visibility in the city or unseasonably warm weather keeps the snow-runs short, a few hikes up one of the many mountain trails can lead to a priceless, breath-taking panorama of all that Northern Utah has to offer.

Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Salt Lake City, Utah. Photo by Jamie Balaoro
Jamie Balaoro

Photo + Video Maker | Visual Storyteller | DIY-er | Creator of The Golden Bullet Magazine

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