Mormon state of Utah came into existence in the mid-1800's
when Brigham Young and his followers settled there. To
this day, the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints still comprise nearly two-thirds of the
population. The 2013 Utah calendars focus not on the
people, but on the remarkable landscape of the 45th state.
Salt Lake City is the capital city and nearly 90% of the
state's population live in that area. The rest of the
state, which is 85,000 square miles, is virtually desolate.
The Utah 2013 calendars take you all around those parts such
as Arches National Park, Zion National Park, the Bonneville
Salt Flats, and Red Canyon. The highest point in Utah
is Kings Peak at 13,528 feet, while the lowest is Beaver Dam
Wash, which is still 2,000 feet above sea level.