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.
Cedar City is surrounded by the perfect combination of the Greatest Snow on Earth™, Utah’s Mighty Five™ National Parks and a winter agenda filled to the brim with holiday events. This season, the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau invites you to enjoy all of the above (and more) with a few of our favorite holiday activities.
Cedar City sits smack in the middle of some of the most jaw-dropping scenery in Utah. Of course getting out for a hike is a great way to throw yourself right in the midst of it—but your own two feet can only carry you so far, even when you know there’s so much more to see. The solution? Take the scenic route!
It is that time of year again! As the kids get back to school and the weather starts to cool, the golden aspens and gleaming maple trees are ready to put on an extraordinary show. In southern Utah, the display of fall color is impressive and distinctive; the changing of the leaves is a sight one would not want to miss!
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.
Summertime in Cedar Breaks National Monument is candy for the eyes. A panache of color explodes here during the first weeks of July when the 260 species of wildflowers are in full bloom. The breathtaking views of the amphitheater full of colorful cliffs and hoodoos are not to be missed. To top it off, it’s […]
Hiking in Southern Utah is a great way to explore the region and experience the beautiful scenery. Trails in and around Cedar City include everything from arches to hoodoos, ancient forests, narrow canyons and majestic overlooks. As the summer heats up (the kids start to get bored), we are all looking for ways to cool-off […]
The biggest holiday of the summer is this weekend and the Cedar City Tourism Bureau has your guide to the 4th of July events, fireworks and adventures! Brian Head Fireworks: Monday July 4th at 10pm, Brian Head Town Park Brian Head Resort’s Independence Day Extravaganza will be rocking the mountain starting July 1st. The Resort […]