Utah Moving Companies
Explore Options for Moving from Utah
According to the U.S. Census Bureau's population estimates, Utah was the fastest-growing state in the U.S. in the last decade. The state offers its residents amazingly diverse and breathtaking terrain. While many are moving in, if you’re looking to move out, U-Pack® can help! U-Pack offers affordable moving services from many places across Utah to all 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. Explore our service center locations to find one near you.
U-Pack is a self-moving service where you pack and load, but we deliver your belongings right to your new home. Enjoy driving out of the snow-capped mountains in your own vehicle instead of a rental truck packed full of your belongings. Get a moving quote online or by calling 844-362-5303844-594-3077.
A superlative is the highest degree of something, like the biggest or brightest thing. Utah has some exceptional qualities when it comes to things that are the outliers.
- Kings Peak is the highest point, coming in at 13,534 feet above sea level. If you’d like to see the view from up there, there are three routes to the summit, including an easier hike up the southern slope.
- The tallest building is the Wells Fargo Center in Salt Lake City (422 feet or 24 stories). It has 13 elevators and here are two helipads on the roof.
- The Jardine Juniper Tree in Logan Canyon is the oldest living thing in Utah. At one point, it was thought it was over 3,000 years old, but a core sample taken in the 1950s showed it to be more like 1,500 years old. The tree is dying, but very slowly. There’s a little bit of life still growing at the top.
Mount Tukuhnikavitz (which means “where the sun sets last”) is the hardest peak to spell.
- OK, that's not an official award. But it should be!
- The largest higher education institution is Utah Valley University in Orem, with more than 37,000 students. It’s home to one of the largest public collegiate ballroom dance programs in the country.
Most Common Destinations from Utah
Where do people move to from the state? You won't be surprised that the majority of moves originate in Salt Lake City, since it's the largest place. But these are the most popular new hometowns: