Utah is a state of natural superlatives. The Great Salt Lake dominates the landscape in the north, a lake as barren as the desert that surrounds it. To the east, the Wasatch Mountains offer some of the nation's finest powder and best snow sports. Most of Utah's overwhelming natural beauty, however, lies farther to the south; the state is almost unfairly blessed with national parks. A remarkable 10 national parks, monuments and recreation areas lie sprinkled across the southern region.Click to edit text. What do visitors to your website need to know about you and your business?