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Coming to Ramblers to hunt this fall? Don't go hungry while in the backcountry. Load up on great food from these Beaver, Utah restaurants.
Ramblers is a land of hard-edged mountains, remote desert ranges, and clear horizons in southwest Utah. The Tushar Mountains east of Beaver and Interstate 15 offer the county’s best hiking
Minersville Lake (aka Minersville Reservoir) is more than 900 acres when full. Adjacent to the lake you’ll find a county-operated campground and paved boat ramp, where you can rent pedal
Hoping to bag another summit? Looking to hang glide clear across the state? The purple quartzite slopes of Frisco Peak, the highest point in the Frisco Mountains, won’t disappoint.
Granite Peak Reservoir is a stunning pool tucked into a narrow rock canyon. From Milford City, drive east up the Pass Road Turn on the Pass Road and park at
The canyon is located on the eastern slopes of the Tushar Mountains between Mount Belknap and Delano Peak. The name comes from the old gold, silver, lead and copper mines
With wide trails and abundant wildlife, Britts Meadow is in the Beaver River Canyon of the Tushar Mountains at the junction of Lake Stream and Hy Hunt Creek. From Britts
Anderson Meadow Reservoir is one of the many amazing reservoirs you can find when exploring the Tushars. This reservoir covers 8 acres at an elevation of 9,355 feet with a
From the east, Granite Peak doesn’t look like much, but the western side reveals breathtaking formations of rock and undiscovered canyons. The tallest peak in the Mineral Mountains (named for
Traveling to Kent's Lakes is a three-in-one adventure. The lakes cover 48 acres at an elevation of 8,790 feet with a maximum depth of 30 feet. They are stocked with
This beautiful high mountain retreat offers excellent fishing in LeBaron Lake and magnificent scenery. At 9900-foot elevation, alpine vegetation surrounds the serene and secluded LeBaron Reservoir
Things are heating up in the Ramblers when you come to visit this geothermal hotspot. Just 11 miles northeast of Milford, you can be transported to a spot that looks
Manderfield Reservoir (AKA Indian Creek Reservoir) was built in the 1920s by the Manderfield Ditch and Irrigation Company. The reservoir was comprised of two side-by-side impoundments sometimes identified on maps
Located just west of Beaver, the Mineral Mountains offer 28 miles of spectacular outdoor adventure!
Along with Belknap and Delano, Mt. Baldy soars above the other mountains of the Tushars, an impressive rock pinnacle that juts into the sky.
Nestled 10 miles east of Milford, you will find the Rock Corral Recreation area at the head of the Corral Canyon. You will be amazed by the towering granite peaks
About an hour from Beaver, this 65-acre alpine lake is located along SR-153 at an elevation of 9,672 feet. While it is a natural lake, a dam for irrigation storage
Skyline Trail offers some of the most panoramic views of the Tushars you can find. There are so many ways to enjoy this trail. Hikers can choose any length they
Taylor’s Crag is a perfect spot to enjoy some of the best climbing in the Ramblers. Right off the Paiute Trail, beginners and experts alike can enjoy this climbing crag.
Located within the majestic Tushar Mountain Range and nestled within a forest of aspen and mixed conifer Tushar Lake, also known as Lower Kents Lake, is the perfect place for
This unique structure built by a skilled craftsman back in the day is quite unique and worth a visit. The cabin is built in a hollowed-out section of a large
Ramblers is an excellent base for exploring Great Basin National Park as Beaver and Milford are two of the closest towns to this remote, natural wonder.
Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use
From rockhounding to rock climbing, spectacular outdoor adventures await in Utah’s Mineral Mountains.
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
This is not your average hot springs! This off-the-beaten-path destination, named Negro Mag Wash on topographic maps, will amaze your senses.
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