Geography of Utah

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Utah?
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What is the capital of Utah?
Salt Lake City
What intersection lies between Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona?
Four Corners
What mountain range runs from New Mexico to Canada, crossing through Utah?
Rocky Mountains
What ski resort shares its name with an annual film festival in Park City?
Sundance
What is the official nickname of Utah?
The Beehive State
What is the longest river in Utah?
Colorado River
What colorful tributary of the above crosses through eastern Utah?
Green River
What major gorge is located on that river, on the border with Wyoming?
Flaming Gorge
What region of buttes has been featured in many movie Westerns?
Monument Valley
What large region, where the water does not flow to the sea, spans through Utah?
Great Basin
From what city did The Osmonds originate?
Ogden
What word follows the names of "American" and "Spanish" cities?
Fork
In what salty area have many land speed records been set?
Bonneville Salt Flats
What is the name of the railroad line that crosses the Great Salt Lake, making the lake
seem to having two different colors?
Lucin Cutoff
What complex in the capital houses the most important places to the Mormons?
Temple Square
Name the five national parks that
are located in Utah.
Home to Delicate Arch
Arches
Iconic hoodoos
Bryce Canyon
"Gorgestans", in other words
Canyonlands
Originally called "Wayne Wonderland"
Capitol Reef
Namesake of a Jerusalem hill
Zion
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