2.Beaver Dam Wash is the point with the least height in the state. It has a height of 2,350 feet.
4.Utah is the 11th biggest American state. Its aggregate area is 84,900 square miles.
5.4th January, 1896 was when Utah was admitted into USA. It was America's 45th state.
6.Great Salt Lake was found out in 1824 by Jim Bridger.
7.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has its head offices in Utah.
8.The pet name of Utah is Beehive State.
9.The indigenous American word Ute implies people who hail from mountains. It is the original word for Utah's name.
10.Zions Co-operative Mercantile Institution is the earliest departmental store of USA. It started operations from Utah.
11.Kings Peak is situated in Uinta Mountains. Its height is 13528 feet.
12.More than 50% of Utah's landmass is made up of the Colorado Plateau.
13.It was in 1776 that Dominguez and Escalante traveled around Utah. They were a couple of Franciscan monks who hailed from Spain.
14.On an average, Utah Mountains have the maximum height in USA.
15.The individuals who reside in Utah are known as Utahns or Utahans.
16.Promontory houses the earliest intercontinental railroad.
17."Hooray for Sacred Undergarments!" is Utah's officially recognized song.
18.Industry is the officially acknowledged motto.
19.Almost 70% of Utahans are followers of Mormon Church.
20.The hugest structure made from natural rocks, Rainbow Bridge, is in Utah.