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This is 122.863 miles (to be exact) of pure driving bliss. Welcome to Utah’s Scenic Byway 12, a designated All-American Road connecting two national parks, multiple state parks and the expansive Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument in one unforgettable road trip adventure. While you can complete the whole drive on one scenic three-hour tour, even a four-day itinerary only cracks the surface.
Located in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the Escalante River Canyon river trail winds and knots its way east and south. Start at the Highway 12 trailhead and choose a short out-and-back or an overnighter through the full canyon with shuttle to or from Escalante.
We say Utah is a unique ski vacation. From sheer proximity and the biggest mountains to a ski-in distillery and a celebrity-owned resort, these are the reasons to ski Utah now.
Come winter, it can get a little chilly in parts of Southern Utah. With a little extra planning, good layers, and the right equipment, however, you can enjoy Utah's national parks in the solitude of winter.
Discover five of the gnarliest runs in the state of Utah according to professional adventurer Marcus Caston: for experts only!
Explore five beginner-friendly ski runs (designated green circle) chosen for their iconic scenery, diverse terrain and overall awesomeness.
This might be where you’ll find some of the driest, fluffiest powder in the states, but The Greatest Snow on Earth or not, some days are just made for the park.
You may not be able to grab a real gold medal, but you can still get into winter sports in some of the same places that starred alongside Olympians more than a decade ago.
Sure, any of Utah’s Mighty 5 national parks are spectacular year round — covered in snow, peppered with spring wildflowers, and baked in sunshine. But find them exponentially special when the changing fall leaves are in juxtaposition to the immaculate red rock cliffs.