Observe National Take a Hike Day 2017 in Southern Utah

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 […]

Three Refreshing Hikes to Cool-off the Kids this Summer

Three Refreshing Hikes near Cedar City

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 […]

Venture Out of the Well-Traveled Zone & Explore Five More™

Written By Kenzie Lundberg 2016 marks the Centennial of the National Parks Service and throughout the year, NPS will engage in a broad public campaign called “Find Your Park” to reintroduce national parks, monuments, recreation areas and historical sites to a new generation of Americans. Parks100, along with the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism […]

Adventure with the Iron County GeoTour

The Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau has partnered with the Utah Office of Tourism in their Life Elevated® GeoTour of Utah  to encourage additional visitation and exploration throughout the state.  “The Utah GeoTour is very much in line with our mission to increase visitation here in Iron County and opens up a whole new […]

Best Hiking Trails in Search of the World’s Oldest Trees

Twisted and knarred limbs of the Bristlecone Pine are weathered and worn from eons of harsh winters. Spindly roots barely clinging to the sides of intricate limestone cliffs slowly eroding away over the eons. The Bristlecone Pine is considered to be the “Methuselah” of all living things-remarkable for their great age and ability to survive […]