Cedar Breaks is about an hour and half drive from Desert Cliffs. This park offers you the chance to stand above 10,000 feet on a cliff edge surrounded by lush forests and flower-covered meadows looking into a desert amphitheater 2,500 feet deep, covered with incredible, multi-colored hoodoos. The weather is BEAUTIFUL in the summer months
Besides the sheer beauty of the area, the constant cool temperatures make Brian Head Resort an ideal hiking destination. When the deserts are hitting 110°, the Resort rarely exceeds 70°. The coolness is a welcome relief, making a shady hike a pleasure to savor.
This pic was taken June 19th, and yes it was a chilly morning.:)
This hike in Pine Valley winds through a lush area of Aspen trees, pines and past a delightful stream, reaching a plateau section at 9.200 ft.
The Narrows, recently ranked as #5 on National Geographic’s list of America’s Best 100 Adventures. This trail will have you hiking up streams through dramatic, narrow slot canyons.
Snow found in June on our whipple trail
We have so much to enjoy in the Summer!