With Cedar Breaks National Monument newly minted International Dark Sky park status, residents of Southwestern Utah may want to check out what we can see in Southern Utah’s spring sky. Orion’s Nebula, the Pleiades, and the Beehive Cluster appear almost as smudges to the naked eye – but with a good pair of binoculars, or a small backyard telescope, they look amazing! If you have a pair of binoculars, check them out before they disappear and we get all those old timey globular clusters for summer.
This year, Parks100 is at it again with a 2017 adventure bucket list that is sure to have you venturing out of the well-traveled zone and exploring five (or 100) more! Find Parks100’s Top Twenty Adventures below, then head to parks100.com/100-adventures for the entire list of insta-worthy stops, dark sky explorations, ancient trails, dog friendly spots, scenic drives, even winter fun.