QUIZ: Do You Know Your Utah Landmarks? Take the Geography Quiz and Test Your Knowledge!
Utah is synonymous with the outdoors and the outdoor lifestyle. But how outdoorsy are you? Take this Utah outdoor geography quiz and see how much you know about this awesome state!
What is the most massive organism in the world that happens to be in Utah?
Pando or ‘The Quaking Aspen’ is estimated to weigh 6,000,000 kilograms or 6,600 short tons. This fluctuates depending on the season whereas in winter months, Pando tends to hold less water. Pando is also estimated to be 80,000 years old making it the oldest in the world.
What is the highest peak in Utah?
What’s the HIGHEST percentage of salt in the Great Salt Lake?
The lower the level of the lake, the higher the percentage of salt. With the Great Salt Lake’s average elevation of 4,200 feet, the south arm of the lake contains about 13 percent salt. Water cannot hold more than 27% salt.
What body of water is created by the Glen Canyon Dam?
Which of the Following is NOT one of the National Parks in Utah?
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How Did You Score on this Utah Landmarks Quiz?
What did you get on this Utah landmarks quiz? Don’t forget to share your results! And be sure to check out the annual Big Outdoors Expo. This event takes place every year in March in Orem, Utah.
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