Bryce Canyon Sunset

Smoky Mountain Scenic Backway

Smoky Mountain Scenic Backway winds for 78 remote miles connecting Scenic Byway 12 and Highway 89, offering unparalleled views of Lake Powell, the Navajo Mountains, and the Kaiparowits Plateau as it passes through stretches of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and Glen Canyon National…

Capitol Reef National Park from Boulder

Capitol Reef National Park - Sunrise Bryce Canyon isn't the only National Park accessible from Bryce Canyon Country. Did you know Capitol Reef National Park runs north-south into Garfield County, and is easily accessible for visitors staying in Boulder or Escalante? From either town, take Scenic…

SECRETS PLACES - BRYCE CANYON COUNTRY

Devils Garden is part of Bryce Canyon Country and is found along the famous Hole In The Rock road. Around the bend or just a little further down the road is often where you'll find the most unique attractions of the Bryce Canyon region. Here's just a few of our best kept secrets. Devils Garden…

Boulder Mountain / Powell Point

This past week we had a chance to get up on top of Boulder Mountain to check out the fall colors and to drive to the southern end of Boulder Mountain to well known Powell Point. Recent rains in the region made for lush flora and some fun road puddles to negotiate along the way. Boulder Mountain is…

Upper Calf Creek Falls

Side trip from Escalante, Utah Perhaps one of Southern Utah’s best kept secrets, Upper Calf Creek Falls is an 88 ft cascading waterfall located just upstream for Lower Calf Creek. This secluded little downpour is hidden behind a steep sandstone incline, lined with volcanic boulders and obscured from…

Utah ATV Adventures

Need a little adventure? For a true joy ride, try traversing the rugged back roads of ATV trails in the region around Bryce Canyon. Miles of off road fun awaits adventurers who long to four wheel their way through rugged red rock formations, dense forests, and desert reservoirs. A view of…

Preparing to go into the Backcountry

Veering off the beaten path is a great way to experience Bryce Canyon Country’s rugged beauty. But the backcountry can be a dangerous place, even for experienced explorers. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your backcountry adventures. A view into the backcountry from your car along Scenic…

Guided Experiences in Bryce Canyon Country

Utah Guided ATV Tours The recreation opportunities are endless in Bryce Canyon Country. But with so many choices, where do you start? A guided adventure can be a great way to experience all that this spectacular region has to offer. Aerial charters and tours are a great way to get a bird’s eye view…

Widtsoe Ghost Town

The old post office at Widtsoe, Utah Widtsoe ghost town is located in John’s Valley, about 16 miles northeast of Bryce Canyon National Park near the East Fork of the Sevier River. The town was settled in the early 1900s by Jedediah Adair, and his success as a ‘dry’ farmer drew other settlers to the…