Southwestern Utah Travel Guide



Plan Your Southwestern Utah Vacation

Southwestern Utah is a land of opposites. The state's lowest point, Beaver Dam Wash, is here, south and west of St. George, while the Pine Valley Mountains north of that growing city are among the highest in Utah. The region is often perceived as a hot, dry place, yet from the desert depths you can see snowy peaks and evergreens and shiver.


Southwestern Utah Hotels

Southwestern Utah is steeped in pioneer heritage, and you'll find many older homes that have been refurbished as bed-and-breakfasts. Green Gate more


Southwestern Utah Restaurants

In the southwestern corner of the state, reflecting the pioneer heritage of the region, traditional and contemporary American cuisines are most more

Things To Do

Things To Do in Southwestern Utah

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.


Southwestern Utah Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Go with the (lava) flow: As you hike along the lower trails of Snow Canyon State Park, look up to see ridges capped in lava from eruptions possibly... Read more

  • Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Cedar Breaks National Monument, a natural amphitheater similar to Bryce Canyon, spans almost 3 mi and plunges 2,000 feet into the Markagunt Plateau... Read more


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  • Grand Circle Trip report, Arizona and Utah

    In April 2013, my husband and I did a Utah and Arizona Grand Circle tour-covering the Grand Canyon, the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Natural Bridges National Monument, The Needles and the Island Read more

  • Grand Circle Trip Report Oct/Nov 2013

    Day 1 - 28th Oct.(15 miles) Our weather reports had told us that overnight and morning would be the worst storms in the UK for 25 yrs. Got to be true as they had been forecasting it for days and days before. Read more

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