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From the lung-pumping trail to the summit of Delano Peak (top out above 12,000 feet!) to the scenic crests of the Indian Peak Range—best experienced as a backdrop for stunning desert sunsets—the solitude and thrill of the Ramblers offer a bounty of experiences, memories, and photo ops. This is Ramblers. The other side of Utah.
Are you coming to Beaver, Utah for a baseball tournament? If so, why not stay an extra day or two and turn your baseball trip into a family vacation? With endless outdoor activities available, and some pretty cool in-town
North of Cedar City on I-15, Beaver is a place where Utah’s Old West still thrives. The town lies in a broad valley below the towering Tushar Mountains, the state’s third-highest mountain range, and their diverse recreational opportunities.
Three hours south of Salt Lake City along Interstate 15 you will find the small, but charming, town of Beaver, Utah. First founded in 1856, though inhabited much earlier by indigenous people, the town was named for the many beaver dams found in the area
Beaver County Travel Council's Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Director, Michelle appeared on Good Things Utah on December 17, 2021 to promote Ramblers and an upcoming segment to be filmed in January 2022. The content in this post was produced by and is owned by Good Things Utah and ABC 4.