Chelan Butte

Rising between Lake Chelan and the Columbia River, Chelan Butte’s 3,835’ crest soars above the tiny town of the same name. Although it’s a low-elevation peak, it stands alone alongside the lake’s southeastern shore. Consequently, the butte offers some stunning … Read More

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Tucked between Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Kodachrome Basin State Park offers a handful of short hiking trails set amongst colorful sandstone formations. It was this vibrant geology that earned the park its moniker back in … Read More

Bull Valley Gorge

Some of southern Utah’s most unique and sought-after geological wonders are its colorful slot canyons. Slot canyons are deep, narrow gorges carved into (typically) sedimentary rock such as sandstone or limestone. Formed as a result of millions of years of … Read More

Red Canyon, Utah

Just twenty miles from Bryce Canyon National Park sits a lesser-known gem named Red Canyon. With a handful of lightly-trafficked trails meandering through a landscape of red sandstone spires and Ponderosa pines, it’s like a mini Bryce without the crowds. … Read More

Goblin Valley State Park

Situated in the vast badlands between Utah’s Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks is a peculiar world. It’s a world that began forming during the Jurassic period, some 170 million years ago. A world where daytime summer temperatures soar to … Read More

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