Panguitch Lake is located just 20 minutes south of the town of Panguitch and, at 8,400 feet in elevation, is a great year-round mountain destination. Panguitch Lake is found right along Scenic Highway 143 and is a great base camp for exploring nearby attractions such as Cedar Breaks National Monument, Mammoth Cave, Cascade Falls, and… Continue reading Panguitch Lake
1. Joshua Tree National Park, California
If you can avoid stumbling into cacti, this national park (and a certified International Dark Sky Park) straddling the Mojave Desert and lower Colorado Desert
Twelve miles outside of Bryce Canyon National Park on Scenic Byway 12, Red Canyon beckons with a similar red rock landscape. Like Bryce Canyon, Red Canyon’s hoodoos were sculpted from Claron limestone over eons from wind and water erosion. Red Canyon is part of the Dixie National Forest, and follows
Boulder Mountain looms just north and west of Boulder and Escalante, and is easily accessible from most points in Bryce Canyon Country via Scenic Byway 12. Boulder Mountain is the highest timbered plateau in North America, peaking at 11,313 feet at Blue Bell Knoll—known fondly by locals as Boulder
Bryce Canyon Country's rich, red-mineral rock has made it one of the top spots to view jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets. What's more, the region has one of the darkest skies in North America, making it a prime destination for moonlit walks and stargazing adventures.
Scenery at Sunrise & Sunset
If there’s one thing you don’t want to forget when visiting Bryce Canyon Country, it’s a camera. Whether you’re a professional, hobbyist or ameauter photographer, Bryce Canyon Country is a breathtaking model. Drive Scenic Byway 12, “the most scenic drive in America” according to “Car and Driver