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Snowshoeing in Ramblers

Take part in an age-old custom while also recreating in Ramblers’ winter wonderland by snowshoeing. If you’ve snowshoed before, you get it. Quiet, solitude, crisp air, blood pumping through your veins, and the white, wintery views that will stay with you forever.

What’s there to do in Beaver, Utah?

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.

Three Days in Ramblers: A Winter Itinerary

Ramblers is great fun in the winter. Have three days? Follow this itinerary for a great winter stay in Ramblers.

Snowmobiling in Ramblers
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The Tushars get plenty of snow during the winter creating great riding opportunities. There is riding to be had along Kent’s Lakes Loop, Big Flat, and more!

Did You Know? Some Neat Facts about Ramblers

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.

Winter Fun in Ramblers

Utah’s winters are known for its large ski resorts, like Deer Valley and Alta. But beyond these, Beaver County is still Utah and a winter wonderland filled with activities for all interests and abilities.

Traveling through Time: Ramblers’ Fascinating Past

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

Get to Know Beaver, Utah

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.

An Insider’s Guide to the Amazing Mineral Mountains

From rockhounding to rock climbing, spectacular outdoor adventures await in Utah’s Mineral Mountains.

Fall Getaways: Family-Friendly Adventures in Ramblers
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School may be in session, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take a weekend getaway to Ramblers, where outdoor fun awaits the entire family.

5 Ways to Soak in Ramblers’ Fall Colors

See Utah’s fall colors without the crowds in Ramblers, a western Utah gem. Hike, OHV, paddle, and more under golden Aspen leaves while you fall in love with Beaver, Utah.

Amazing Stargazing in Ramblers
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No matter when or why you Ramble through Beaver County, Utah, at the end of every day, you can count on an amazing sunset followed by a spectacular light show—the dark and starry sky!

2021 Beaver County Fair

Get to know Ramblers like never before at the Beaver County Fair, August 26th through August 28th, 2021. This annual celebration of all things Beaver County is fun for the whole family and is chock full of food vendors, events, and activities for all interests and age groups.

Bag a Peak in Ramblers

The Tushar Mountain range, just east of the city of Beaver, is the third-highest mountain range in the state, with three peaks topping 12,000 feet. Challenge yourself to bag them all while enjoying spectacular views, serene landscapes, and solitude in which you can totally immerse yourself in the quiet bliss only nature can provide. 

Don’t Miss the Beaver County Courthouse Museum

The Beaver County Courthouse Museum will delight all kinds of history buffs. Built in the 1880s the Victorian architecture is something not to miss. Enjoy well-curated items from the 19th century and Territorial period.

Cool Off in Ramblers

Visiting Ramblers in June, July, or August? Here’s a two-day itinerary to help you cool off in Beaver County during those hot summer days.

Beaver, Utah is So Much More Than Cracker Jacks and Baseball Tournaments

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

How to Spend 3 Adventurous Days in Beaver, Utah (According to a Local)
Visit Beaver, Utah, for its outdoor adventures and ties to the past, such as the Beaver County Courthouse, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Surrounded by the Tushar Mountains and Fishlake National Forest, Beaver, Utah, is a four-season adventure basecamp for outdoor lovers. Located about 200 miles south of Salt Lake City along Interstate 15, Beaver…

5 Reasons to Visit Ramblers in the Summer
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Most of Ramblers, a 90-mile-long rectangle in western Utah, is a remote land of desert mountains interrupted by broad, sagebrush-covered basins. The towering Tushar Mountains, the state’s third-highest range, bounds…

Fascinating Geology at Roosevelt Hot Springs

This is not your average hot springs! This off-the-beaten path destination, named Negro Mag Wash on topographic maps, will amaze your senses. You’ll see vegetation dead zones, yellow sulfur crystals, […]

Stetson Wright Bull Riding Invitational

Come to the Beaver County Fairground in Minersville, Utah for the Stetson Wright Bull Riding Invitational. 30 of the world’s top bull riders will be there!

Get to Know The Creamery
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Roughly sixty years after first opening their plant, the family farm-owners decided to take this hidden gem and turn it into a grand experience for their loyal customers. They envisioned a building that not only served as…

First time Skier at Eagle Point Resort

I’d never skied, and my new in-laws had an opinion: “How could I be a 22-year-OLD woman and not understand the ‘true bliss’ of skiing?” Wanting to make a good impression and eager to have new experiences…

Snowmobiling Big Flat

I’d heard of Ramblers, knew western Utah had some pretty beautiful mountains, but hadn’t considered checking it out until a friend asked if I wanted to go snowmobiling outside Beaver, Utah. Coming from California…