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ZION NATIONAL PARK

 

DISTANCE: 49 MILES


This year-round park is one of America’s five most visited with over 4 million visitors annually.  Zion is also one of the most awesome geological wonders with 1,500 ft high sheer sandstone cliffs in a narrow canyon cut by the virgin river.  From soaring heights to the enchanted narrows, Zion is a bucket list for everyone.
Park Info: 435-772-3256

BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK

 

DISTANCE: 42 MILES


Bryce is otherworldly. The fascinating red sandstone Hoodoos will take you to another world. At Bryce, you will not only find the world-famous basin of Hoodoos with arches, and even toadstools, but 37,000 acres of high desert to explore by foot or horseback. This park is also open year-round and is a wonder to see in winter when the hoodoos wear caps of snow.
Park Info: 435-834-5322

DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST

 

DISTANCE: NONE


Covering over 170 miles across southern Utah
Dixie National Forest is a perfect playground for
the adventurous traveler. Experience the most spectacular colored cliffs of Red Canyon and enjoy a cool walk under giant ponderosa pines all in one day!
Park Info: 435-865-3700

Dixie N.F. Cedar Mt. ATV Trails

 

DISTANCE: 0 Miles


So many miles of Off-road trails you will never cover them all. Enjoy beautiful scenery, amazing overlooks, incredible variety, and ride till you drop in an area folks come to from all over the world to explore on an ATV. You can literally ride directly to the trails from the resort! \
Park Info: 435-865-3700

Dixie N.F. Ponds & Navajo Lake

 

DISTANCE: 3-7 Miles


So many miles of Off-road trails you will never cover them all. Enjoy beautiful scenery, amazing overlooks, incredible variety, and ride till you drop in an area folks come to from all over the world to explore on an ATV. You can literally ride directly to the trails from the resort! \
Park Info: 435-865-3700

Dixie N.F. Mammoth Cave & Ice Cave

 

DISTANCE: 0 Miles


If under-earth is your thing, come with light to explore the interior! Mammoth cave is open summer and fall but closed in the winter season and is a much larger cavern than the Ice Cave. The Ice Cave is one large Cavern with ice formations late Fall to early Summer. \
Park Info: 435-865-3700

Grand Staircase, Slot Canyons & The Wave

 

DISTANCE: 60-90 Miles


Grand Staircase National Monument is full of amazing sandstone formations, from slot canyons to towering mesas and eccentric Toadstools. Just 60 miles away is the Willis Creek Slot canyon, near Kanab. On toward Lake Powell, 90 miles away is the Buckskin Gulch and world-Famous Wave trailhead. Buckskin is one of the longest slot canyons in the world and the deepest in the southwest US. \
Park Info: 435-644-1300

Brian Head

 

DISTANCE: 23 Miles


Brian Head is a major ski and snowmobile destination by winter and a major mountain bike hub by summer! With the highest base elevation in Utah and an average annual snowfall of 360”, this 650-acre resort and the ATV trails of Dixie N.F. surrounding, Brian Head is a winter activity hub. \
More Info: 435-677-2035

Cedar Breaks National Monument

 

DISTANCE: 14 Miles


Crowning the grand staircase, Cedar Breaks sits at over 10,000 feet and looks down into a half-mile deep geologic amphitheater. Come wander among timeless bristlecone pines, stand in lush meadows of wildflower, ponder crystal-clear night skies and experience the richness of our subalpine forest. \
Park Info: 435-772-3264

Kodachrome Basin State Park

 

DISTANCE: 65 Miles


67 monolithic stone spires, called sedimentary pipes, accentuate multihued sandstone layers that reveal 180 million years of geologic time. The color and beauty found here prompted a National Geographic Society expedition to name the area Kodachrome, after the popular color film, in 1948
More Info: 435-679-8562