Panguitch 5k running

Panguitch Sporting Events

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As you gather with friends and family this holiday season, you’ll likely plan a few trips together for 2014, and as you do, we suggest you keep Bryce Canyon Country and the community of Panguitch in mind.

Panguitch is well-known for its historical and cultural significance but did you know it’s also a center for several noteworthy sporting events throughout the year?  As in the past, in 2014 Panguitch will host bike rallies and 5K runs, rodeos and horse competitions, a

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Utah Heritage Highway

Utah’s Heritage Highway 89

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A view along Scenic Highway 89 – on Utah’s Heritage Highway

Exploring Utah Heritage Highway 89 through Bryce Canyon Country is an adventure through living history and scenic beauty. With a 500-mile span all the way from Idaho to Arizona, the highway brings you to the heart of unique cultural, historical, architectural, and scenic highlights right here in Bryce Canyon Country. There’s so much here worth seeing.

The historic buildings of downtown Panguitch, Utah

Panguitch and Hatch are part

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Rich Pioneer Heritage Makes for a Great Festival!!!

A statue depicting the Quilt Walk.

Panguitch is gearing up for its annual Quilt Walk Festival. The festival celebrates the rich pioneer heritage found in this area. The Quilt Walk Story revolves around the initial attempt to settle Panguitch in 1864. As the story goes a group of seven men with a wagon pulled by two oxen set out to get food from Parowan, 40 miles away. In their weakened state, the men struggled with

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Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument on Scenic Byway 143

Several communities in Bryce Canyon Country offer close access to Cedar Breaks National Monument. From the town of Panguitch this attraction is just a 45-minute drive along Scenic Byway 143. This route will take you past Panguitch Lake, through forests of pine and ponderosa pines and past expansive fields of lava.

Cedar Breaks National Monument is a smaller version of Bryce Canyon, and

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