On all sides of Escalante stretches the northern tip of the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument, a seemingly endless swath of untouched sandstone steps, buttes, and canyons preserved by their ruggedness for thousands of years.
You won’t find an ATM or even a stoplight in Boulder, Utah, but you will find a pioneering farm-to-table restaurant that serves some of the most delicious organic meals in America.
The cool, colorful walks among Bryce Canyon’s red-rock and ever-transforming hoodoos attract more than a million visitors per year.
Vapur, Inc. has installed six safe water locations throughout Bryce Canyon National Park to keep hikers hydrated and reduce disposable water-bottle waste.
Over 30 hot-air balloons filled the skies of scenic Southern Utah at the Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally.
The town of Panguitch welcomes thousands of guests to its 16th Annual Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally.
Bryce Canyon has become a hot spot for astronomy-enthusiasts, attracting many to the parks annual astronomy festival with its clear, dark night skies.
The Bryce Canyon Astronomy Festival celebrates its 15th anniversary as enthusiasts gaze into the starry night sky.
With clear views of the Milky Way, the dark sky of Garfield County offers an unforgettable night-under-the-stars.