Collected by Hannah Berke
One armed John Wesley Powell was the first white man to navigate the Green River in Utah in 1869. He didn't see any more people on that trip than I and my then 8 year old son did on our four day, three night paddle. The Green River flows south,...
This national park is centered along the spine plateau above Bryce Canyon, which drops to the east from the main park road. Along the road are numerous pull-offs for enjoying views down into the canyon, with its miles and miles of awe-inspiring...
614 N 18150 W, Cedar Valley, UT 84013, USA
Follow I-15 to the tiny city of Santaquin, then head West on Hwy 141 to see what Utah looked like when the first pioneers came out west. There are a few small towns along the way, with a lot of friendly faces. You might even get in touch with the...
Wall Street, Utah 84764, USA
Bryce Canyon is an amazing collection of Terrt-cota colored rock formations called hoodoos. The hoodoos of Bryce Canyon continue to erode and change; wind and rain remove approximately the thickness of a sheet of paper from them each year. Most of...
Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail, Utah 84716, USA
It’s hard to imagine a waterfall in the midst of the desert landscape of southern Utah; the fact that Calf Creek Falls exists here makes it a truly special destination. Marvel at the remarkable contrast between the green riparian creek area and...
20 UT-12, Boulder, UT 84716, USA
If you don’t think dinner reservations are necessary in a little hamlet with a population of 225, think again. An award-winning spot in Boulder, Hell’s Backbone Grill has been consistently packed since its opening in 1999. Here,...
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