Utah Physical, Cultural & Historical Features

Physical Cultural Historical
Also See:Features by UT County

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Utah
Physical Features
Arches 196
Areas 125
Arroyos 19
Bars 22
Basins 453
Bays 66
Beaches 7
Benches 244
Bends 106
Capes 210
Cliffs 179
Craters 3
Falls 22
Flats 815
Forests 19
Gaps 312
Glaciers 1
Guts 10
Islands 28
Lakes 861
Lava 1
Pillars 184
Plains 49
Ranges 129
Rapids 54
Ridges 598
Slopes 44
Springs 2,530
Streams 2,543
Summits 2,187
Swamps 11
Valleys 5,973
Woods 31
Utah
Cultural Features
Airports 218
Bridges 37
Buildings 789
Canals 585
Cemeteries 395
Channels 13
Churches 1,574
Civil 395
Crossings 94
Dams 385
Harbors 1
Hospitals 84
Levees 2
Locales 1,873
Mines 698
Oilfields 52
Parks 400
Post Offices 125
Reserves 20
Reservoirs 998
Schools 857
Towers 113
Trails 190
Tunnels 29
Wells 131
Utah Historical
Features/Landmarks
Airports 2
Arches 2
Bars 16
Bays 1
Beaches 2
Benches 1
Bends 1
Buildings 3
Canals 1
Churches 1
Civil 5
Crossings 1
Dams 1
Flats 2
Hospitals 2
Islands 1
Levees 1
Locales 60
Military (Historical) 9
Mines 6
Parks 2
Pillars 1
Populated Places 11
Post Offices 9
Rapids 2
Reservoirs 1
Schools 6
Springs 5
Summits 3
Valleys 4

Utah's National
Historic Landmarks
12
  • Physical Features are the natural features of the Earth's surface.
  • Cultural Features are landscape features that were created or shaped by humans.
  • Historical Features are features that no longer exist on the landscape.