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This scenic, mountain course runs around the norther half and along the western edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, offering spectacular views above and below the hoodoos. The race is run at high elevation, with most of the miles on this rugged course between 8,000 – 9,000 ft.
Military discount, beer, post-race show and hot tub, cake for June Birthdays, and as a zero-waste event all non-recyclables are used to create dog houses!
Why We Love It
Bryce Canyon City gets the designation of being the closest town to Bryce Canyon National Park. The park sits within the southwest corner of Utah and is known for its spectacular views and canyon trails. Despite the name, the park is not home to canyons, but instead several horseshoe shaped amphitheaters with spires called "hoodoos" carved from wind and water erosion. On clear days, visitors can see up to 100 mi (161 km) of the red and pink rock formations.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
The highest point in the park at 1,905-ft (2,775 m) is at the end of a 18-mi (29 km) scenic drive.
|Navajo and Queen’s Garden Loop Trails|
Starting at Sunrise Point hike down the Queen's Garden trail and up the Navajo Trail ending at Sunrise Point. (Hike the reverse for an easier experience). Bring plenty of water and your camera!
A scenic spot to take panoramic views of the main amphitheatre.
The Park's main amphiteathre consisting of hoodoos, forest, and trails. Activities: camp, drive, hike, horseback, off-road.
|High - 75°F (24°C)||Low - 45°F (7°C)|
St. George Municipal Airport (SGU)