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  • Bryce Canyon
  • National Park
  • 435-834-5322

Bryce Canyon National Park Bryce Canyon National Park contains a spectacularly beautiful series of "amphitheaters" filled with colorful, eroded rock forms. A trip through southwest Utah must include a stop at Bryce Canyon.

  • 334 N Pelham St, Cedar City
  • National Park
  • 435-586-9451

Cedar Breaks National Monument is a 3-mile wide, 2,500-foot deep amphitheater of wonderfully colored and eroded spires, ridges, and columns of sandstone. It sits 10,200 feet up in the heavy pine forests of the Markagunt Plateau.

  • 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.

  • Zion National Park , Springdale
  • National Park
  • 435-772-3256

Zion National Park is awe inspiring. Massive cliff walls tower majestically a half mile above the green canyon floor. A river tumbles easily beneath cottonwoods and wooded trails wind about the canyon and up its walls to small pools and springs. Whether you hike its miles of trails or simply drive its easy drives you can not help but be moved by Zion's beauty.

  • 100 Upper Revolution Way, Big Water
  • 435-644-4689

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.

  • Highway 12, Cannonville
  • 435-826-5624

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...

  • Kanab
  • State Parks
  • 435-648-2800

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park features 2,000 acres of sand dunes created from pinkish sand blown from surrounding cliffs. You can explore the dunes on foot, or by dune buggy, ATV or motorcycle.

  • 57 North Main Street, Panguitch
  • Other
  • 435-676-8060

Largest collection of Western Collectibles in Utah! We carry original western cowboy items from stars such as Roy Rogers, Lone Ranger, Hop-a-long Cassidy, Buffalo Bill, Davy Crockett, to name a few. Other items include western figurines, western dishes, towels, books and much more. You will just h...

  • 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...

  • 3820 Clear Creek Canyon Road, Sevier
  • State Parks
  • 435-527-4631

Fremont Indian State Park has 697 rock art panels, a museum housing Utah's largest Fremont site excavation artifact collection, an award-winning family campground, and 14 trails between ¼ mile and five miles in length. Outdoor enthusiast can enjoy hiking, bicycling, geo-caching, ATVing, fishing, spotting wildlife, and so much more.

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Bryce Canyon Country Bryce Canyon Country Bryce Canyon Country
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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StatewideWith five national parks and more than 40 state parks, Utah offers a wealth of outdoor activities for families & adventurers alike. Order your free Travel Guide today.
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Panguitch City Panguitch City Panguitch City
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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