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  • Tropic Reservoir

    Tropic Reservoir is a small but very scenic lake of 180 acres that is popular for fishing, boating, hiking, and camping. It is the trailhead for the Paunsaugunt Trail at an elevation of 7,835 feet. Learn More 435-676-9300 

  • Lake Powell

    Located in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA), Lake Powell is a literal watering hole for visitors to have a splashing time. Hiking, boating, swimming, and fishing are popular pastimes with the stunning, red-rock canyons as a backdrop in this Southern Utah hotspot. Whether on land or water, over two million travelers gather with family… Continue reading Lake Powell

  • Wide Hollow Reservoir

    Wide Hollow Reservoir is well-stocked with rainbow trout and bluegill, and its clear blue waters are a favorite local destination for boating, canoeing, and water sports.  Shore fishing is the preferred method, as motorized boats are prohibited. The reservoir is also ideal for swimming. Paddleboards, kayaks, and canoes can be rented to enjoy a day… Continue reading Wide Hollow Reservoir

  • Willis Creek Slot Canyon

    Some of the most dramatic slot canyons in the world have been carved into the White Cliffs of the Grand Staircase in southern Utah. Many of these slot canyons are accessible only to veteran canyoneers well versed in a variety of rock-climbing techniques. Yet there are slot canyons that involve no more than a pleasant… Continue reading Willis Creek Slot Canyon

  • Bull Valley Gorge Slot Canyon

    Bull Valley Gorge is a relatively well-known canyon, yet quite far from a paved road. It can be quite testing to explore as there are several dryfalls to negotiate—the highest is 12 feet. Depending on recent weather, pools up to 4 feet deep and long patches of sticky, clayish mud may be encountered. The reward… Continue reading Bull Valley Gorge Slot Canyon

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