The cowboy spirit lives on in Bryce Canyon Country, more than a century after pioneers set out to tame the Wild West. Several rodeo events each year provide thrilling entertainment and offering a glimpse into Bryce Canyon Country’s proud western heritage.
How quilts helped save the lives of Utah pioneers.
Panguitch, Utah was established in 1863 under the name of Fairview. Panguitch sits at an elevation of 6,600 feet, and this elevation allows for a shorter than normal growing season. In 1864 significant snow storms came too early and the wheat crops
Bryce Canyon Country offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor entertainment. From summer rodeos to winter festivals, there’s always something fun happening in Bryce Canyon Country. Triple C Arena/Canyon Country Complex: The Triple C Arena/Canyon Country Complex is Bryce Canyon Country’s premier
The Panguitch Quilt Walk Festival commemorates the valiant efforts of seven Mormon pioneers who braved the 40-mile trek from Panguitch to Parowan in search of food and supplies during a devastating winter in 1864. As they struggled through the waist-deep snow, they abandoned their wagon and oxen,
The Escalante Canyons Art Festival celebrates the life and work of artist Everett Ruess, who disappeared in the rugged Escalante canyons in November 1934. The enigmatic young artist was inspired by the dramatic western landscape, and forged friendships with fellow nature artists and photographers
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