Tag Archives: Zion National Park.

Utah: The Ultimate Road Trip

Utah is a place of unfathomable natural beauty—with its unique natural formations, colorful history, and culture, and exciting recreation opportunities—it is a state that contains the best elements of the great Mountain West and the Desert Southwest, from red rock splendor to mountain peaks with The Greatest Snow on Earth®, Utah is a four-season world-class…

Where do Snowbirds Go Between Summer and Winter?

By Bob Difley The threat of early winter snows, sometimes arriving as early as October in the higher elevations of the Sierras, Cascades, and Coast Ranges, snowbirds, along with the feathered version of migrating birds, are starting to make plans for heading south. However, with daytime temps still topping 100 degrees in the lower desert…

On the Trail…in Bryce Canyon National Park

It’s hard to go wrong in southern Utah if you’re in search of the spectacular. Drive east Utah Highway 12, for example, a 130 mile road that starts just north of Zion National Park and ends at the gate to Capitol Reef National Park. Along the way it crosses Grand Escalante Staircase National Monument and Bryce…