FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
An elevation of 6,650 feet helps this town of 1,500 residents keep its cool. Main Street is lined with late-19th-century buildings, and its early homes and outbuildings are noted for their distinctive brick architecture. Decent amenities, inexpensive lodging (mainly strip motels), and an excellent location 24 mi northwest of Bryce Canyon National Park make Panguitch a comfortable launching pad for
recreation in the area.
That mail was delivered to Boulder by horse and mule until 1940 should give you an idea of how out-of-the-way it is. (Route 12 helps make it...
Brian Head made a name for itself as a ski town (Brian Head Resort is Utah's southernmost and highest ski area, at well over 9,000 feet), but...