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All the Adventurous Things

Southern Utah offers a blend of exhilarating adventures with its rugged landscapes, perfect for activities like hiking, climbing, and exploring hidden slot canyons. Its stunning red rock formations and expansive desert vistas create a backdrop that is as visually captivating as it is thrilling to explore.

UYurt is the perfect basecamp

Southern Utah is, in fact, a treasure trove! Garfield County always has a calendar of upcoming events if you want to rub shoulders with the locals. Here is the best website to discover what is waiting for you:

Most areas allow pets but Bryce Canyon National Park does not; there is a kennel service in Panguitch called Pawz Dogz if you're planning a day outing since pets can't be left unattended in the yurts.


For information about Zion National Park visit: There are many hikes within ZNP that require permits so do some research.


The neighboring county, Kane County, is just a stone’s throw away and they have great information as well:

Places to check out:

  • Bryce Canyon Nat’l Park

  • Dixie National Forest

  • Red Canyon• Panguitch Lake

  • Kodachrome Basin St. Park

  • Hole in the Rock

  • Grand Staircase Nat’l Mon

  • Zion National Park

  • Capitol Reef Nat’l Park

  • Anasazi State Park Museum

  • Escalante Petrified Forest

  • Boulder Mtn

  • Lake Powell

  • Scenic Byway 12

  • Scenic Byway 143

  • Scenic Highway 89

  • Burr Trail Road


Check the Weather

Since we're located in a nice desert that occasionally snows, we recommend checking the weather before you head out.

Here are weather averages around the Panguitch and Bryce area:

Jan: 37°F / 7°F            May: 68°F / 31°F        Sept: 75°F / 35°F

Feb: 42°F / 11°F           June: 80°F / 38°F      Oct: 62°F / 24°F

March: 50°F /17°F      July: 85°F / 45°F       Nov: 49°F / 15°F 

April: 58°F / 23°F       Aug: 82°F / 44°F        Dec: 38°F / 7°F

(Average high during the day in °F/ Average low during the evening in °F):

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