Why We Love It
Provo, known for its incredible beauty, is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast with its close proximity to the Provo River, Cascade Springs, Mount Timpanogos and Provo Canyon. Also known for its religious history, it is the most conservative city in the U.S., with over 88% of the population being Mormon. Visitors should be advised that most businesses are closed on Sunday.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
A rugged canyon landscape easily accessed from town. Activities: bike, camp, climb, hike.
Splitting Mount Timpanogos and Mount Cascade, it is home to trails, lakes, and attractions such as Vivian Park and Bridal Veil Falls. Activities: bike, climb, drive, fish, hike.
Often referred to as "Mount Timp", the mountain home to trails, lakes, a glacier, and the Timpanogos Cave National Monument. Activities: climb, hike.
|Alpine Loop Scenic Backway|
A scenic drive down a narrow, windy road in the American Fork Canyon of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
|High - 82°F (28°C)||Low - 51°F (11°C)|
Provo Municipal Airport (PVU)
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
Amtrak Provo Station (PRO)