Zion has instituted a bus system (in May) where no cars are allowed in the valley. The system works out really good. It takes out traffic and congestion out of the park. They have so many buses that one comes by every 5-10 minutes.
(photo: The Narrows, at Zion)
Car is the best way to get around. I'm not even sure you can realistically manage any other way. The distances are long between places and roads lightly traveled. Make sure your car is in good condition and fill up the gas tank often. Help may be a long way off - my friends and I once went over 2 and a half hours driving without seeing another car (on a 'major' State Highway).
The best way to travel through Southern Utah is via Road Trip with a few of your very closest friends. They have to be open-minded like you, though! Anything can happen. Below is me and my friend driving through a dried up river bed in my Trooper.
Flying is definitely the fastest way to get to Utah. If you like driving, Utah has a lot of scenery along its freeways in the mountains.
Rent a car and humor us Utah drivers. UTA buses are also a good way to get around.
The same RV that brought us to 7 states without any trouble.
The roads are good, but it was not allowed by the renting company to leave the paved roads.
Fly into Salt Lake City. Rent a car so you can drive into the surrounding mountains. Ride the local light rail train within downtown.
The best way to explore Utah is to do so by car. For me Utah was part of a car trip that I took in the southwest.
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