The Diverse Terrain of southern Utah
The diversity of the southern Utah region is enough to blow ones mind. The trails are numberless, which is why this area is so popular. In every Issue of our Avid Hunting & Outdoors magazine will have a featured trail or hike. We are very excited to show people what they are missing from southern Utah.
Some would say... "some of the most beautiful country on earth...."
Depending on the time of year many, of our slot canyons have water in them. It is an amazing experience to walk down a canyon waist deep in water, not to mention the wonderful waterfalls that result from the run-off water. Unfortunately the desert does not give us heaps of water so we really have to take advantage of these spectacular sights during the spring.
Just the other day my wife and I took our family to Snow Canyon state park. I can't believe it has been 10 plus years since I have been there. I drive through the park all the time but have not set foot on the red sand for what seems like forever. I couldn't believe how beautiful it is when you actually get out of the car and take it all in. There are some very cool sights to see in the little, but amazing state park.
Hiking Trails: Some of the world's best hiking trails are located in the red rock country of southern Utah. This area includes:
Snow Canyon State Park
With hundreds of established climbing routes, southeastern Utah offers challenges to experienced rock climbers. The endless sandstone walls provide an abundance of demanding and uncongested climbing areas. Permits are required to climb in the National Parks. A parking area for climbers is provided by the BLM in Indian Creek Canyon to minimize conflict with local land owners. In keeping with climbing ethics, this area is considered a clean climbing-non-bolt area.
No Matter where you land in the Southern Utah area you can be sure to take in some breathtaking views