Passport To The World: Utah

Natural Contrasts

A surreal canvas, peppered by colorful rock formations!

Directed by Mèlik Benkritly Produced by Yohan Leduc and Fanny Robert Documentary / Nonfiction / Travel English Age group 8 and up 1h 10m Sell Sheet
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1 Video DVD w/Public Performance rights April 23, 2019 $199.99 $199.99 818506025805P Add to Cart
1 Video DVD April 23, 2019 $24.99 $24.99 818506025805 Add to Cart

Part of the Passport to the World series.

									Utah is renowned for its contrasting geological diversity, which delights tourists and sports enthusiasts, from skiers to mountain-biking aficionados.

On one side, snow-capped mountains surround the capital, Salt Lake City, which hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. On the other side, arid deserts give way to rock formations that have been spectacularly shaped by time.

The Arches and Bryce Canyon National Parks are just two examples of this surreal canvas, peppered by colorful limestone spires with hues of ochre, pink and white. Who amongst us hasn’t dreamed of the American Wild West as seen from Monument Valley?

Utah’s geological diversity is in contrast with its people, who, for the most part, live in urban areas and share the Mormon faith.