The Utah State Map depicts the physical and political layout of the state with rich imagery and in-depth detailing. The map shows international demarcations along with placements of primary cities, secondary cities, airports, national parks, state parks and recreational areas.
National and state highways are specifically numbered and can be identified in a glance. Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of three cities which includes a useful city map of Salt Lake City, the state capital, Ogden and Provo. Physical attributes like mountain peaks, plateaus, desert, rivers and lakes can also be located with ease. The unique merger of land features like the rugged Rockies, the Great basin and the sandstone Colorado Plateau is represented with shaded relief.
A detailed layout of Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National park is boxed in a separate inset. The map is also furnished with a city town index, county index, distance markers, miniature map of the US indicate the placement of Utah and a digitized flag of the State.
Details on the Map
This reference map of the “Beehive” state presents an overview of the urban space, showing all primary and secondary cities, the state capital Salt Lake City and the elaborate road network interlinking the state. It also highlights the placement of three major settlements which include Ogden, Provo and Salt Lake City with box frames. The detailed city layout of these settlements are projected in separate insets for easy understanding. Boundaries with other states are clearly demarcated with different color shades and outlines. Points of interest, thoroughfares, freeway tollways, interchanges and airports are marked prominently for quick reference.
This visual organizer also provides detailed information on the topographical layout of the state. The convergence of Rocky Mountains, Great Basin and Colorado Plateau is highlighted with sculptural projection in subdued tones. The Great basin area is marked with major land features like the Great Salt Lake, the Great Salt Lake desert and the Bonneville Salt Flats. Other physical elements include prominent peaks, desserts, lakes, plains, forest regions, national park, state parks and protected areas. The map is supplemented with two additional locators depicting the wondrous terrain of the Zion National park and Bryce Canyon National parks.
An elaborate key table simplifies symbolic data like national highways, state highways, important settlement, airports, national park, state park etc.
A tabular index on cities and counties and distance markers based on accurate information and map data, makes this map perfect for general reference.
Location on the Utah State MapUtah lies in the western part of the US. It is landlocked on all four sides with Colorado to the east, Wyoming to the northeast and Idaho to the north. The States Arizona and Nevada can be seen sharing a border to the south and west respectively. New Mexico can be placed at a point of intersection in the southeast. Its southeastern corner touches the state of New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona and is called the “Four corners”.
Key TableThe key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, state parks, military area, highways, important roads, airports, county boundaries and other details and other details of the title frame.
IndexA tabular index on cities and counties and distance markers based on accurate information and map data helps locate all towns and cities on the map.
Map Size and MapPrintsThis detailed physical map of Utah can be ordered in 14.75x 17.75 inch dimension. The multiple finishes available are paper in high quality stock, Laminates in glossy finish, Matte Plastic in Non-Glossy finish, Matte Plastic mounted on PVC banner hanger and Canvas.
Region Location on Utah State MapAccording to the USCB the State of Utah is located in the western part of US and falls under Mountain Region in Division 8. The other States under this division are Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, New Mexico, Montana and Nevada.
Counties in UtahThe State of Utah is divided into 29 counties. The population is concentrated along four Wasatch Front counties of Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, and Weber. Salt Lake County is the largest county in terms of population whereas San Juan County is the largest by area.
Time Zone in UtahUtah falls under the mountain time zone and observes the Mountain Standard Time (MST) which is 7 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
ZIP Code of UtahThe Range of Zip codes in the state of Utah is from 84001- 84791. The Capital City of Salt Lake has a zip code range from 84101-84199 and Ogden has a zip code range of: 84401-84415.
Major cities in Utah
Wasatch Front comprises the major population of the state and includes primary settlements like Heber city, West Valley, West Jordan, Ogden and the Salt Lake City. Hundreds of other cities and towns are captioned and can be located with ease. The frame draws attention to the placement of the state capital, Ogden and Provo with bright box highlighter.
The detailed layout of these settlements, are also elaborated separately in three different insets. Other urban markings include military areas, state and interstate highways, major roads, recreational areas, points of interest and airports. A tabular index of cities/towns and counties along with a distance marker help locate all places of importance on the map effortlessly.
Inset of Salt Lake City
The capital city Salt Lake is the most populous municipality and also the first European settlement in Utah. The city is located in the northeastern corner of the salt lake valley and the Great Salt Lake can be placed in the northwestern part. Other specifics like parks, recreation areas, landmarks, administrative buildings and other points of interest can be found without an effort on the frame.
Towns like West and South Jordan, North Salt Lake, Draper can be easily placed with readable fonts. The Jordan River is seen flowing through the city. Street system is laid out in a grid pattern and numbered for easy recognition. Interstate highway, 1-15 run north to south. Other primary roads, secondary roads, freeways and tollways are notably marked along with airport locations.
Inset of Ogden City
Ogden lies in the Weber county of Utah. It is located east of the Great Salt Lake north of Salt Lake City. Other neighboring towns that can be found on this city inset include Roy, West Haven, Marriott-Statesville, Farr West, Pleasant View and North Ogden. The Wasatch Cache National Forest is also visible clearly.
Street system is laid out in a grid pattern and numbered for easy recognition. Interstate highway 1-15 can be seen running north–south near the city's western edge whereas interstates 15 and 84 serve the city. Other primary and secondary roads, thoroughfares, intersections and tollways form a part of the elaborate road network. Railroads and airport locations are also indicated on the map.
Inset of Provo CityProvo is located in Utah County and is the third largest city of the State. Interstate 15 runs through western Provo and national highway 89 connects the city from north to south. Neighboring towns of Provo that can be placed on the map include Orem, Pleasant Grove and Springville. Natural features like the Provo River, Utah Lake and Uinta Wasatch –Cache National forest can also be located on the inset with clarity.
Physical FeaturesThe Utah state map depicts the diverse physical features of the “BeeHive” state with preciseness and accuracy. The Great Salt Lake, Kings peaks, Bonneville salt flats, pine forests and mountain valleys are notably visible on the map. The Rocky Mountains region runs from the northeastern part of Utah through the center of the state. Bonneville Salt Flat, The Great Salt Lake and the Great Salt Lake Desert are all a part of the great basin region. The largest geographical region is the Colorado plateau and it encompasses five national parks, a national recreation area, and several state parks which are indicated with clarity.
Zion National ParkZion national park is located in the southwestern Utah. The most prominent feature of the park, the Zion Canyon can be placed easily on the inset. The diverseness of its terrain is evidently visible with placements of mountains, canyons, rivers and natural arches. The highest summit of the park, the Horse Ranch Mountain, the virgin river and Kolob Arch, one of the longest natural arch, can also be located on this frame. The park is served with the Zion- Mount Carmel Highway which is also notably marked.
Bryce Canyon National ParkBryce Canyon National Park is located in Southwestern Utah on the Colorado Plateau. Some of the terrain markings on the inset include Paunsaugunt Plateau west of the Paunsaugunt Fault, Kaiparowits plateau and the Paria River Rainbow point is the highest point in the park.
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|Size||14.75 x 17.75 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|