Denver and Salt Lake City Compared

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Mr. Beat compares and contrasts the two biggest American Rocky Mountains-based cities, Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah

Two major cities in the American West basically located on both sides of the Rocky Mountains, about 371 miles (597 km) from each other. However, because of all those mountains, it still takes eight hours to drive from one to the other. And yep, just look at those mountains. They’re a big reason why Denver and Salt Lake City are two of the fastest growing major cities in the country.

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