This Backway begins on the Alpine Loop at the summit between American Fork and Provo Canyons. The road travels to Cascade Springs in the Uinta National Forest, then north to Wasatch Mountain State Park.
Brigham Young University, home of the Cougars, is diverse in culture with students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 115 countries. BYU provides higher education to over 30,000 part-time and full-time students each year. The “Y” mountain can be seen by visitors entering the Utah Valley and acts as a beacon guiding them to BYU’s campus, nestled in the heart of Provo at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Mount Timpanogos and Utah Lake contribute to the beautiful scenery that surrounds campus.
Nestled in the north fork of Provo Canyon, Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort is the home of a year-round mountain community. Visitors and guests can be seen at the base of the 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos enjoying a variety of activities from skiing, dining, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and shopping.
Located just 1 hour from the park. It’s easy to have a great time with your family at Lagoon, one of the premier amusement attractions in the West. From the Rocket to Rattlesnake Rapids, Lagoon offers a summer adventure like no other. And once you’re there, you’ll have a multitude of activities to choose from.
The Wasatch mountains offer breathtaking views of the mountains and wildlife. The Alpine Loop is the most popular route which takes you on the backside of Mt. Timpanogos. Hobble Creek Canyon and The Nebo loop are also popular drives where the beauty of the mountians can be appreciated. All three scenic drives start just minutes from Lakeside RV.
As a non-profit organization, Thanksgiving Point is dedicated to providing guests a one-of-a-kind, hands-on opportunity for discovery and an entertaining, educational experience in a variety of arts and sciences. This family oriented destination offers a variety of things to do and see including a world class golf course and dinosaur museum.