Utah’s countryside is gorgeous. So much to see and explore. Adventures are waiting around every corner. If you are visiting Cache County which is located at the north-eastern end of the state, you might be eligible to receive a free reusable water bottle.
I picked mine up just a few days ago and it was super easy. All you need is a small little voucher which you can find in many hotels in the county. Just look for them at the hotel’s flyer stand or inside the business center. I found mine inside the business center of the SpringHill Suites in Logan, UT.
After finding this voucher by accident, I went over to the Visitors Bureau and was curious what the surprise gift would be. I didn’t go there just for the gift, I also wanted to get some additional information about stuff to do and things to see in the area which are off the beaten path. I had a nice talk with the lady working during my visit.
It’s the perfect gift which you can make use of right away on one of the many trails Utah and Cache County have to offer. Cache County is close to Bear Lake and on your way there you will most likely drive through Logan Canyon. A gorgeous canyon with many hiking trails and just a great road trip in general.
If you are planning on driving to Bear Lake, make sure you visit Minnetonka Cave. They are just a short drive away from where you get out of Logan Canyon and down to Bear Lake.
This offer might expire at any time, so make sure if you are in the area, to take advantage of it as soon as you can. Before you leave the Visitors Bureau, make sure you sign their guestbook. It helps to keep track of how many people are visiting and from where. This will help to secure funds for future projects.
Peter has a passion for Traveling, Photography, and Geocaching. These are the best ingredients for amazing adventures all over the globe. “Traveling is fun, no matter if you stay in a luxury hotel or travel like a backpacker.” Peter shares his experiences on his Blog www.gatetoadventures.com
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