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Filmed in Utah

Experience cinema's most iconic backdrops
Utah's remarkable scenery has always inspired great storytelling. Stories are etched into the walls of the state's red canyons, in the journals of its early explorers and in the hearts of the locals and travelers as they road trip and recreate. Add a touch of film history to your Utah itinerary, or plan your trip around these iconic cinema locations. You'll soon discover why we say Utah. America's Film Set.

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When you picture the American West, chances are you are picturing Utah. From the alpine backwoods of Jeremiah Johnson to the sweeping vistas of Westworld and all the John Ford's in between, Utah is the place to travel for movie magic.
  • Westworld to Thelma and Louise
  • John Ford Classics
  • Gunsmoke to the Outlaw Josey Wales
  • Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
For movie buffs, this scenic tour of the state of Utah comes alive with nostalgia for Robert Redford’s iconic film, “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," and some of Butch Cassidy's real-life haunts.
  • Snow Canyon State Park
  • Grafton Ghost Town
  • Capitol Reef National Park
  • Sundance Mountain Resort
Talking about freedom and living it are two different things. Utah’s iconic American West offers both the picture-perfect backdrops to freedom and the roads for living it. This six-day itinerary follows the open-road inspiration of “Easy Rider."
  • Legends Motorcycle Museum to Mount Nebo
  • Needles Overlook
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • North Lake Powell