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Southern Utah

Southern Utah is home to a group of national parks known as The Mighty 5: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands. From Zion's towering cliffs to the sandstone hoodoos at Bryce Canyon, each park has distinct characteristics. While you'll want to experience all 5, we recommend slowing down to fully immerse in 1 or 2.

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Scenic byways wind and weave through Utah's unique, other-worldly landscapes, charming towns and basecamps. By taking the long road, you'll experience both the local culture and the can't-miss spots on your list, including The Mighty 5, seven national forests and 44 state parks.

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Southern Utah has more than a dozen International Dark Sky certified locations, including the world's first: Natural Bridges National Monument. Stargazing at one of these Dark Sky spots on a clear night means you're likely to see the Milky Way and about 15,000 stars.

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Winter in Southern Utah means fewer tourists, clear star-filled night skies, snow-dusted deserts and plenty of opportunity for adventure. Visit during this magical season for an off-the-beaten path experience.

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Southern Utah's wide open spaces make social distancing a breeze. Take care to travel thoughtfully by respecting local guidelines and helping protect Utah residents and yourself. Visiting the state and spending at local businesses now help to rejuvenate the local economy and preserve the community for your next visit.

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