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Cedar Breaks flowers & stars

Here’s some “MORE” amazing things to see while lodging at Arrowhead.  This is only about an hour from us:  Click here for info:  ~Wildflowers & Star Gazing Parties at Cedar Breaks National Monument ~

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Nine Safety Tips for your Outdoor Winter Adventure

In light of the recent late snow storms that have affected the area we’ve decided to write an article about hto to survive in the outdoors during cold weather. The following are some tips that should help you survive even the coldest winter you will ever experience. Photo Credit: David Wilson Do not keep your […]

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Bringing Your Dog on a Hiking Adventure

To have a pet dog can be rewarding in a lot of ways. But pet dogs are just like humans; like children. They need constant care and attention. They give us certain joy, and to some, a certain level of loyalty that even other humans cannot offer. While they can give you great rewards including […]

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Travel Advisory: Utah National Parks OPEN

  National Parks During the Federal Government Shutdown http://www.visitutah.com/national-park-travel-advisory/ This is a great link from the Utah Office of Tourism for more information on opening the Utah National Parks, Monuments, etc.  Below is some of the information.  Information may change, so please check out the website for updates. All Utah State Parks will accept National […]

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Utah’s National Parks OPEN as of Saturday 10/12

News Flash! All of Utah’s National Parks and Monuments will be open beginning Saturday, October 12! From the Kane County Office of Tourism: “The State of Utah has reached an agreement with Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to staff the parks with National Park Employees, paid for by Utah State Funds.” Enjoy YOUR National […]

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FREE ADMISSION to UTAH STATE PARKS to Anyone with a National Parks Pass

Good news!  According to the Kane County Office of Tourism, Governor Herbert has just authorized free admission to Utah state parks for anyone with a national parks pass, during the shutdown. Additionally, this news on Zion National Park: “The Washington County Commissioners are talking to the authorities about opening Zion NP restrooms, facilities, and pull […]

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Plenty of Things to do in Southern Utah: Alternatives for Zion & Bryce

  Travel Advisory: You can still drive through Zion on Highway 9. And the government shutdown won’t keep us from enjoying the fall weather in some amazing places.  Luckily, the ENTIRE state of Utah is scenic.  The geological marvels don’t stop at national park borders. For our guests, here’s an update on the status of […]

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My Country, by Maynard Dixon (1875-1946)

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My Country by Maynard Dixon (1875-1946) I love the grim gaunt edges of the rocks, the great bare backbone of the Earth, rough brows and heaved-up shoulders, round ribs and knees of the world’s skeleton protruded in lonely places; where from ledges of sun-silenced cliffs the wild war eagle drifts aslant blue ecstasies of air […]

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