Fishing Southwest Bryce Canyon Area Creeks

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Bryce Canyon Country boasts a number of small creeks and streams that offer abundant fishing in pristine waters surrounded by beautiful and diverse scenery.  Trout fishing is at its best here, with both wild and stocked populations of rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and brook. Local outfitters can supply maps and fishing licenses.

Utah fishing is excellent along the creeks in the Bryce Canyon region.

Antimony Creek is located just south of the bucolic community of Antimony and Otter Creek State Park.

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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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