Veterans Day 2018: Honor our veterans and current military members with these local events. Veterans Day in Cedar City consists of a full morning of commemoration ceremonies to honor our veterans and current military members who so valiantly served and protected our country. Each service will be filled with keynote speakers, honoring of our veterans […]
CEDAR CITY, UTAH (Oct. 12, 2017) – Cedar City was named today as a 2018 Haute Route host city, along with two other U.S. cycling destinations and European cities in the Pyrenees, French Alps and Dolomite regions. The global announcement of 2018 host sites was made by OC Sport, a global sports marketing company specializing […]
Southwest Wildlife Foundation eagle release dedicated to Brian Head Fire firefighters who have fought so long to control this dangerous blaze.
As the Brian Head fire continues to decrease in size, roads and attractions around the mountain are reopening. National Scenic Highway 143 is now reopen on both sides, from Parowan to Panguitch, as well as lodges, restaurants and boat rentals around Panguitch Lake. “We are so grateful to the firefighters, police force and volunteers who […]
Brian Head Resort announced this morning that it will open for the 2017 summer season this Saturday, July 1st.
One of Southern Utah’s best kept secrets is about to bust at the seams: spend the afternoon enjoying the bites on Parowan’s Sweet Tour.
Cedar Breaks National Monument and the International Dark Sky Association (IDA) are excited to announce the designation of Cedar Breaks National Monument as an International Dark Sky Park. This distinction recognizes Cedar Breaks as a sanctuary of natural darkness and for the opportunity it provides visitors to enjoy the night sky.
Instagram is one of the best ways available to share your adventures. Of course, putting your photos out there for the world to see means you probably want to actually put some thought behind your shots. Luckily, Cedar City is full of photogenic locales that do almost all that legwork for you—no filter needed. From […]
Celebrate the holiday season with a day playing in the snow, drinking hot coco, and adventuring to find the perfect Christmas tree in southwest Utah. Whether tree cutting is already a household tradition, or this year marks the start of a new one, a Christmas chopping trip it is a great way to get outside, explore the diverse landscapes of the Dixie National Forest and Bureau of Land Management, and spend time connecting with family.
June 18th marks 20 years of hosting Summer Solstice Sunset programs at Parowan Gap. Celebrate the Summer Solstice at Parowan Gap with activities throughout the day, including workshops by archaeologist Garth Norman, a BBQ dinner and the traditional sunset program at the Gap. The summer solstice program began in 1996 with museum and visitor center […]