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Discover what Southern Utah has in store. 

See what millions of years of wind can do to a rock formation. Gaze at the stars under perfectly clear skies. Feel the soft crunch of the best snow on Earth underneath your feet. Experience the rush of wading through the cold waters of Kanarra Fall slot canyon. Follow the steep, smooth lines along the walls of Kolob Canyons. These are the experiences only Southern Utah can offer. And it’s what makes the area a must-visit on an outdoor adventurer’s bucket list.

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National Parks

In all the world, you couldn’t find the stunning beauty of Southern Utah’s six national parks anywhere else. All within a day’s drive, nonetheless.

From looking up at Zion’s Court of the Patriarchs’ tall peaks to staring down the pinnacle of the Grand Canyon’s Vishnu Temple, from Lake Powell’s twisting goosenecks to Grand Staircase’s steep canyon slots, from Bryce Canyon’s hypnotizing hoodoos to Kolob Canyon’s mesmerizing sandstone, you’ll be able to come for a few days and leave with a lifetime of memories.

Brian Head

The best snow on Earth, a family environment and affordable pricing make Brian Head Resort ideal for everyone. And with a mini zip-line, mountain biking, alpine slide and more in the summer, the fun never stops.

While Brian Head Resort has recently gone through major renovations to modernize their amenities and base lodges, they still take an old-school approach to running the mountain. Which means Brian Head has everything you want in a Utah ski resort — champagne powder and expertly groomed runs, minus the crowds, short lift lines and ticket prices that don’t break the bank. The resort prides itself on providing a relaxed, super friendly ski experience perfect for first-timers and families. Don’t be surprised if you’re greeted with a “how’s it going?” or a “hey there, what’s up?!” because staff recognizes you from your visit. Here you’re just like family—minus the head noogies.

Cedar Breaks

The early Paiute people called Cedar Breaks National Monument the “Circle of Painted Cliffs” referring to multicolored stone ridges of this naturally carved amphitheater. Home to curious wildlife and Bristlecone pines that have been hanging around since the last millennium, time seems to stand still at Cedar Breaks and that’s really not a bad thing. Situated about two miles south of the town of Brian Head, this giant amphitheater sits high atop the Markagunt Plateau, over 2,500 feet deep and more than three miles across. The spectacular colors of Cedar Breaks National Monument are formed by an abundance of mineral deposits, making it breathtaking to behold.

Outdoor Activities

Everyone knows that Utah has the greatest snow on earth, but did they also know that we have the sickest dirt jumps, the cleanest air, some of the richest human history, and the coolest hikes on earth, too? Living life elevated means a never-ending array of snow sports, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, golf, motorsports… the list goes on and on, proving that there really is something for everyone in Cedar City.