These scenic adventure alternatives will make Kolob Canyon’s closure this summer much easier, and will surely fill your southern Utah summer! by Lani Penney, Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau Yes, you read right, Kolob Canyon will be closing for the 2018 summer. Starting May 1, 2018, Kolob Canyon District of Zion National Park […]
Get out and enjoy the southern Utah snow before it melts away! With spring quickly approaching, winter withdrawals may be starting to set in. Fortunately, recent snow storms have provided Brian Head Resort, and Dixie National Forest – near Cedar City, Utah – with plenty of that fluffy white stuff to go around for a […]
National Take a Hike Day – 2017 November 17th is the annual observance of National Take a Hike Day. There are multiple hiking trails to choose from in Cedar City and surrounding areas! Finding a way to take advantage of the celebration shouldn’t be a challenge. With winter slowly, but surely, creeping up, it’s the […]
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.
The National Park Service Centennial might be over, but that does not mean the festivities have come to a halt… this year the National Park Service is giving everyone the chance to enjoy America’s Best Idea with ten fee free days.
Utah’s five national parks are home to some of the state’s most incredible scenery: think Island in the Sky District in Canyonlands, or iconic Delicate Arch—featured on Utah license plates—in Arches National Park. It’s no wonder visitors from all over the world flock to these beautiful places, but sometimes it’s nice to enjoy America’s Best Idea in solitude.
August 25, 2016 marks the National Park Centennial and throughout the year, the National Park Service has called on visitors to “Find Your Park.” The initiative celebrates of the birth of the national park system and reintroduces national parks, monuments, recreation areas and historical sites to a new generation of Americans. Find Your Park, along […]
Cedar Breaks National Monument hosts weekly Star Parties throughout the summer. Join them each Saturday night through Labor Day weekend.
Discover the writings of an ancient people and fossilized dinosaur tracks preserved in stone. With over 90 panels and 1,500 figures, Parowan Gap is believed to be one of the most concentrated collections of petroglyphs in the West – and one of the most accessible. Wind, water and sand carved out this natural passageway […]
Are you ready to experience the colors, shapes, and structures of Southern Utah’s National Parks in a whole new way? Ready to be inspired by the way others see and interpret the beauty of the parks? The National Park Centennial celebration is bringing with it numerous opportunities to experience nature through art with exhibitions, art […]