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Is better Utah or Colorado?
i dont know which one to choose, utah has nice scenery and lots of ski resorts, but i am worried they are too religious, and i like colorado too though
- Not ApplicableLv 62 months ago
I have family in Colorado, but I have been to Utah as well. I think Colorado has more to offer, possibly due to more population. Both have great scenery. I also wonder about your career field. You might have more options, again, in Colorado.
- matthewfeinLv 72 months ago
I don't know, I've never been to either of those states.
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
I like living in Colorado. There's lots to see and do here and interesting wildlife. The cost of living is manageable and there are better air connections out of Denver if you like to travel.
- Diane ALv 72 months ago
What do you want to do? Utah is not religious and outside of Salt Lake you wouldn’t think anything religious at all. Park City and the area around it is really nice. We did a one day old fashioned train trip with robbers even that was a lot of fun. There is a great distillery there with a fun restaurant.
- 2 months ago
If you’re liberal go to Colorado, if not go to Utah.
- Anonymous2 months ago
They're both large states with plenty of variety to be found within their borders. Some parts of Colorado are more scenic and safer than some parts of Utah, but in other instances the opposite is true. Colorado has a larger population, so it's got everything that comes along with having more people - some good, some bad. Utah has fewer people, so they have everything that comes along with having a smaller population - some good, some bad. Personally, I would take Colorado over Utah any day of the week and twice on Sunday. Utah is antiseptic and boring. Colorado has some really rough places, poor places, dangerous places, and boring places, but while I'd never live in a place like Pueblo or Greeley, there are some lovely towns in the Denver Metro Area. Utah is a nice place to visit, but not a great place to live.