The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is one of the most popular spots in Utah. It features a huge area full of various attractions. Here you will find hundreds of must-see hiking trails and lots of mountain biking paths. But the real beauty of this place opens during spring when thousands of wildflowers cover the landscape all around. This fabulous wildflower display starts from spring and lasts through the end of summer.
This territory features various plant zones that produce a large diversity of charming flowers. One of the most unique and beautiful flowers found here is Wasatch Penstemon. It paints the area in magical deep blue colours. These wildflowers are mainly found in the subalpine meadows of the Albion Basin. Blue landscapes have even shorter season—only from mid-July through early August.