Utah Zip Codes

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The state of Utah in the western United States was founded by Mormons and named after the Ute Indian people living there. In 2002 the Olympic Winter Games were held in the capital, Salt Lake City. The landscape of the US state of Utah is characterized by numerous deep canyons and national parks. In the northeast, the foothills of the Rocky Mountains still reach a height of over 4,000 meters.

Utah is the only U.S. state with five national parks, the Zion, Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, also known as Mighty 5®. But that’s not all: Utah’s 43 state parks, seven national monuments and the winter sports areas of the “The Greatest Snow on Earth” region of the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City also delight outdoor enthusiasts every year. Whether skiing, hiking, climbing, riding, rafting, golfing or mountain biking: in Utah there is a suitable travel experience for every taste!


The best way to explore the numerous national parks is by car tours. The Bryce Canyon National Park is located at over 2,400 meters on the Colorado Plateau. In addition to the so-called hoodoos, the colored rock pyramids, there are ancient rock drawings to discover here. The Scenic Drive takes you to 13 viewpoints. The Arches National Park and the Capitol Reef National Park invite you to take long hikes, climb or bike. Utah is also famous for its dinosaur finds. Archaeological sites, museums and the Dinosaur National Monument near Vernal take you back in time to these gigantic reptiles.

The atmosphere of the Wild West, on the other hand, comes back to life in the numerous ghost towns such as Old Bryce Town or Silver City. In the capital, Salt Lake City, you can learn about the culture of the Mormons. Built in the neo-Gothic style, the Salt Lake Temple is particularly impressive due to its size. In the Church History Museum, visitors can learn a lot about the history of this most strongly represented religious community. The city of Logan invites you to water sports on its Bear Lake in summer, e.g. B. for wakeboarding.

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Utah has a steppe climate. Summers are hot and dry at around 30 ° C, while winters are very snowy and temperatures are around zero ° C. The high mountains with many slopes make the region an ideal destination for your skiing holiday.

There are direct flights from Germany to the international airport in Salt Lake City. Numerous other airports can be reached by domestic flight. The time difference from the Mountain Standard Time there is eight hours from Germany.

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List of all zip codes for the state of Utah, UT. Sorted by city. For each zip code listed, names of city and county are provided. For specific information of each postal code, please click the following links for Utah zip codes.

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This park is one of the most beautiful national parks in the southwestern United States. Its rock formations are particularly impressive.


The largest ski area in the USA offers a wide range of activities such as skiing, sightseeing and sleigh rides.


Enjoy incredible views while hiking through huge canyons and past bizarre sandstone cliffs.


Discover fascinating works by regional artists and students. The building is characterized by modern architecture.


The salinity of the spectacular Great Salt Lake is so high that you can float on the water.


Visit the colorful terraces of the Grand Staircase and the Canyons of the Escalante in the recent National Monument.

Utah Zip Codes