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  • Brian Head Resort

Brain Head Resort sees an annual average snowfall of over 400 inches and generally sees very few people to enjoy it. Ongoing expansions will add an additional couple hundred acres of skiable terrain for your skiing pleasure.

  • Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument is a condensed version of Bryce Canyon, featuring one wonderful large amphitheater of eroded rock forms along the edge of the Markagunt Plateau. A short scenic drive along the rim takes you to good lookouts. There are also a few short hikes along the rim looking over the amphitheater.

  • Cedar City

Cedar City is a mid-size city along I-15 just east of the Markagunt Plateau. It serves as a base for those exploring the plateau and as a more distant base for those visiting Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks. In late summer the city hosts a very popular Shakespeare Festival.

  • Markagunt Plateau

Markagunt Plateau is a heavily forested highland of peaks, rolling hills and broad meadows. It contains two splendid scenic drives, a couple of large natural lakes, and good opportunities for hiking and mountain biking. Within it is Cedar Breaks National Monument and the resort town of Brian Head.

  • Panguitch

Panguitch is a small ranching town in a valley between the Markagunt and Pausaugunt Plateaus. It serves primarily as a base for those visiting Bryce Canyon and/or exploring the Markagunt Plateau.

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Southern UtahCedar City hosts the Utah Shakespearean Festival every year. The area surrounding Cedar City is a natural wonderland cherished by nature-lovers.
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Panguitch is a historically rich town, quaint, and full of its own charm. Sprinkled with wild-west history, the city boasts small museums, original architecture, stunning wilderness, and plenty of pioneer spirit. Just northwest of Bryce Canyon and surrounded by many National Parks and Monuments, this town is one of Utah’s best kept secrets.
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