Southern Utah is going back in time for its 4th annual Bryce Canyon Fly-in and Car show. The show is an opportunity for families, travelers, car enthusiasts and airplane lovers to have an exciting day of adventure in Bryce Canyon Country.
Southern Utah University is sponsoring a free Outdoor Education Series starting September 15 and running through December 8. The one-hour lecture series will highlight outdoor opportunities from experts in the field. The OES is every other Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the SUU Sharwan Smith Student Center Living Room (unless otherwise noted).
The Dixie National Forest, Southwest Wildlife Foundation and Garth and Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History at Southern Utah University with funding from National Geographic have partnered to host the first Cedar City BioBlitz at Cedar Canyon Nature Park August 26-27th.
The annual Bryce Canyon Fly-in and Car Show this Saturday has sparked many pilots’ interest. One, Todd McCutchan, started piloting at age 12 and says he was born to fly.
Southern Utah University will participate in the National Park Service Centennial on August 25 with an institutional wide effort, SUU Day in the Parks. The entire SUU community of students, faculty, and staff are invited to spend the centennial exploring the amazing parks and recreational areas surrounding campus.
The picturesque twisted canyons and deep blue waters of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area make it seem like you have transported to another planet. If you ever manage to draw yourself away from this desert paradise, check out these five other areas to explore.
After exploring the vastness of the Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument Explore Five More of our favorite spots nearby.
The solitude of this desert offers some of the darkest and clearest night skies in the country, and is one of the best places to view the Milky Way with the naked eye. Don’t miss out on Lehman Caves, the forgotten treasure of the park. After you’ve drunk in the night skies and deep caves, wander over to these five stunning locations as well.
Visitors from all over the world flock to the Grand Canyon, in order to avoid the crowds, check out these other five parks.
Hike to dizzying heights on Angel’s Landing or wade through waist deep waters in the Narrows, and once you’ve explored all you like of Zion, check these five other parks out.