These fitness clubs have a vibe that is urban and "techno". We enjoyed Planet Fitness' selection of newer machines with the ellipticals and treadmills being favorites.
Road run out and back at altitude (4,000 ft.) with some hills. Note the mapped 400-meter track west of the route (300W x 300 N) for those desiring intervals.
* Start/Finish at the intersection of South Temple & State St, most hotels are located within a mile
This 400-meter asphalt track is a convenient interval workout option for those staying in downtown Salt Lake. It's just north of the softball diamonds and about a block north of North Temple St.--across the street from West High School.
Located in the historic Sugarhouse district shopping area, just 4 miles from downtown, this studio provides an energetic and comfortable environment for your yoga practice. It is a well kept studio with welcoming lobby area and retail space. You'll find plenty of free parking around the studio.
Well-known franchise health club with locations throughout the U.S. This particular club is one of its "Active" editions -- which means smaller, no pool, no basketball court, but plenty of Life Fitness cardio and weight equipment (and classes).
We recommend this facility primarily for its aquatic options--25-yard indoor and 25-meter outdoor lappers--two of the very few true lap pools in downtown Salt Lake. The outdoor pool is seasonal, so don't expect to swim under the sun October-April. Still, the 4-lane indoor option is worth the dr
Located inside Fairmont Park in the heart of the Sugarhouse district, the 36,500 square foot Fairmont Aquatic Center is a good choice for those who like to lap swim for their workout. Well lit with high ceilings and cheery orange walls, the Center’s pool is indoors, is heated to 82 degrees, and
The Gym at City Creek is a full service fitness Center located in the City Creek Center Mall on the 3rd floor. Basketball and Racquetball Courts are located in another building directly across the street on the second floor.