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  • Arizona / Utah Border
  • National Park

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Glen Canyon National Recreation Area encompasses Lake Powell -- a vast body of deep blue water contained within orange-red cliff walls. It offers excellent opportunities for fishing, and in summer when water temperatures climb to a comfortable 70-80 degrees, swimming and water skiing. It is extremely popular with houseboaters.

  • National Park
  • 928-638-7888

Grand Canyon National Park The Grand Canyon is an awesome place. Its overwhelming size and its intricate and colorful landscape make it without question one of the seven marvels of the natural world.

  • 755 West Main, Escalante
  • National Park
  • 435-826-5499

The Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument encompasses a vast area of multi-hued cliffs, twisting canyons, expansive plateaus and all manner of buttes, pinnacles and mesas. It features some terrific scenic drives, good hiking, challenging off-road 4wd exploring and plenty of photo opportunities.

  • HC-60 Box 1, Lake Powell
  • Other
  • 435-692-1234

Natural Bridges National Monument Natural Bridges National Monument is a pleasant, well-kept small park featuring three large natural bridges attractively set at the bottom of two adjacent canyons.

  • Page
  • Park-Overlook, Other
  • 928-698-2808

Antelope Canyon is separated into two canyons - Upper and Lower Antelope. Each canyon contains the hidden "slots" carved from layers of swirling sandstones by seasonal streams, and both drain from the south into Lake Powell. The canyons are so narrow in spots that one can easily stretch out his or her arms and touch both sides.

  • 20 Revolution Way, Big Water
  • 435-675-3200

The BLM information centers are located around the periphery of the Monument. BLM personnel at these centers can provide visitors with essential and detailed information. The centers also offer books and maps for purchase through our cooperating interpretive associations.

  • 10 West Center Street, Cannonville
  • 435-826-5640

The BLM information centers are located around the periphery of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. BLM personnel at these centers can provide visitors with essential and detailed information. The centers also offer books and maps for purchase through our cooperating interpretive associ...

  • 804 Macfarlane Rd, Escalante
  • 435-826-4291

The Canyons of the Escalante--Wonders in Water and Stone. The Escalante River, the last major river system to be mapped in the continental United States, cascades off the southern flank of the Aquarius Plateau, winding through a 1,000-mile maze of interconnected canyons. This magical labyrinth is on...

  • Escalante
  • Other
  • 435-826-4810

The Escalante Canyons-Everett Ruess Days-Working Arts Festival is presented by the art community, caring citizens and local business people with the help of Ruess aficionados. This event will continue annually as a premier art, literary, and musical gathering. We invite Utah and the world to come an...

  • U.S. 89, Lake Powell
  • Other
  • 928-608-6200

Glen Canyon Dam is immense. It rises 710 feet above the Colorado River bedrock with a 1,560 foot long crest. It is 300 feet thick at the base and holds back some 9 trillion gallons of water.

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Central UtahThis area of southern Utah has a diversity of landscape like no other area in the state - red rock formations and canyons, pristine meadows, alpine forests, as well as lush green valleys. That landscape makes Capitol Reef Country perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATV tours, hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, or just a quiet picnic!
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Southern UtahBryce Canyon Country is home to several scenically diverse state/national parks. Visitors will want to spend at least a few days exploring this spectacular part of Utah.
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