Hiking in Bryce Canyon Country doesn’t mean you have to skimp on snacks while on the trail or eat like you are about to go into hibernation before you head out. It also doesn’t mean you have to stick to chalky granola or fishy tuna from a packet. Gummy, gamey, and gelatinous snacks undermine the sweeping vistas and majestic views of hoodoos and spires. We’ve made a list of fresh, light, portable and mouth-watering snacks that fill you up without
What is one of the best perks of visiting and passing through small towns? Food of course! Garfield County, Utah is FULL of delicious restaurants and yummy tastes. Below, we have included some top places to eat in Garfield County; so on your next road trip, you will have some appetizing ideas on where to eat.
Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm
The chef-owners at Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm follow Buddhist principles, with a
It’s no secret that the Beehive State has some more strict drinking laws. Let’s take a look at the facts.
Can I drink alcoholic beverages in Utah? Yes, you can imbibe! Although Utah’s drinking laws are strictly regulated by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), it’s a lot easier to get a drink than it used to be—even on a Sunday in Bryce Canyon Country.
Proof of Age: Utah’s liquor laws apply to residents and visitors.
From Old West theme restaurants to organic eateries with a focus on sustainability, you won’t be disappointed on your culinary trek through Bryce Canyon Country. From cowboy-size portions and live country music to vegetarian dishes and dinner with a view, we’ve got you covered.
Hell’s Backbone Grill is probably the most unexpected eatery you’ll find in Bryce Canyon Country. Located in Boulder, one of the most remote towns
Looking to wrangle up some authentic western fun? Saddle up and head to Bryce Canyon Country for down-home cookin’ and live country music, horseback riding, chuck wagons, dude ranches and more. For western hospitality with a view, Bryce Canyon Country has it all.
Dude Ranches and Chuck Wagons
The Wild West lives on in Bryce Canyon Country, so release your inner cowboy at a working cattle ranch in Escalante, or at the