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Welcome to the Ramblers, where adventure awaits!

Known for its geographic diversity, the Ramblers are an underappreciated gem in the southwest part of the state. From the alpine lakes of the Tushars in the east to the desert ranges along the Nevada border to the west, the region has many iconic Utah landscapes to explore. Outdoor lovers will find plenty to do throughout the county, including hiking, ATV riding, snowmobiling, backpacking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. There’s also a lot of history to explore, with ghost towns helping to tell the story of the area’s initial settlers. And no matter where you go, you’ll find unforgettable views to enjoy. 

 

THE TUSHARS

EAGLE POINT RESORT

From relaxation to celebration, perched high upon a stunning location in the Tushar Mountains, Eagle Point Resort brings year round adventure.

DELANO PEAK

Delano Peak offers the intrepid climber an incomparable view of Southern Utah, and bragging rights for summiting the 12,174 foot titan.

Paiute Trail

The Paiute trail caters to ATV riders looking for relaxing, family-type riding as well as stretches that will challenge technical riders.

MT. BELKNAP

Travel along the highest road in the state of Utah to reach a challenging hike over volcanic rock.

BRITTS MEADOW

With wide trails and abundant wildlife, Britts Meadow is a great hike for a group.

BLUE LAKE

Rocky alpine trails, clear blue water, and ridiculous views, Blue Lake has something for everyone.

MT. BALDY

Baldy Peak, at 12,000 feet, soars above the other mountains of the Tushars, an impressive monolith of rock- a great hiking challenge!

TUSHAR MOUNTAIN SCENIC BYWAY

A drive of epic proportions that will transport you back in time to an untouched view of the west similar to what you would’ve found in the late 1800’s.

MANDERFIELD RESERVOIR

Manderfield Reservoir, or as many locals still refer to it, Indian Creek Reservoir, is the epicenter of year-round outdoor adventure!

Taylor’s Crag

A perfect spot to enjoy some of the best climbing in the Ramblers – for beginners and experts alike.

Strawberry Flat

ANDERSON MEADOW RESERVOIR

Spectacular high mountain scenery with excellent outdoor recreation year-round.

BIG JOHN FLAT

Big John Flat hosts stunning views, peaceful camping, and outdoor activities of every kind.

BIG TREE

An easy walk in the woods to sit at the base of this magnificent, massive ponderosa pine.

BIG FLAT

Big Flat is the perfect destination for those who want to experience the best Utah has to offer, without the crowds.

BULLION CANYON

With beautiful pastures, waterfalls, and breathtaking vistas, it is definitely worth the challenge to explore this canyon.

LOWER, MIDDLE, UPPER KENTS LAKES

It’s all about the trout. Bring your pole to Kent Lake, hop on a canoe and have fresh fish for dinner!

LEBARON RESERVOIR

This serene and secluded alpine retreat is ideal for wildlife viewing, hunting in season, camping, and picnicking.

LITTLE RESERVOIR

Come and explore this rugged mountain landscape for year-round outdoor adventures of every kind.

MERCHANT VALLEY

Any time is a good time in Merchant Valley – come and enjoy its unique beauty and recreation for every season.

Puffer Lake

65-acre alpine lake great for paddleboarding in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.

Skyline Trail

Hike, bike, horseback ride, backpack or even OHV along Skyline Trail to glimpse some of the most panoramic views of the Tushars you can find.

The Pocket Trail

The Pocket Trail is the perfect, challenging day hike that pays off in spectacular views!

Three Creeks

Enjoy a perfect day of fun on the water at Three Creeks or explore the nearby expansive trail system.

Tushar Lake

Located within the majestic Tushar Mountain Range and nestled within a forest of aspen and mixed conifer Tushar Lake is the perfect base camp for outdoor adventure.

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The Minerals

Rock Corral

A rockhounder’s paradise surrounded by towering granite peaks, this location has a little bit of everything.

GRANITE PEAK RESERVOIR

A quick and easy hike to a quiet refuge for fishing, birding and relaxation.

Rock Cabin

A cabin built in a hollowed out section of a large boulder, tucked away in the Mineral Mountains.

MAGS BROTHEL

An easy ATV ride featuring bubbling pools, and hissing steam vents with an abandoned brothel at journey’s end.

MINERAL MOUNTAINS

Known and visited by few, Utah’s Minerals are the state’s largest exposed mass of solidified molten rock – including some of the world’s most prized gems!

THE CHROMOSOME DOME

This is a true adventure climbing area with only a few named formations and routes, bring your TRAD rack and climbing guide book!

GRANITE PEAK

Breathtaking formations of rock and undiscovered canyons it’s the tallest peak in the Mineral Mountains.

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The Valleys

CANYON BREEZE GOLF COURSE

A beautiful, tree-lined course considered one of the most challenging nine-hole courses in the state.

BEAVER BENCH MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

The Beaver Bench Mountain Bike Trail System is currently a 3-mile mountain bike loop just three miles east of downtown Beaver with plans to expand.

BEAVER COURTHOUSE MUSEUM

The Territorial Courthouse was completed in June, 1882. Be sure to check out the original jail in the basement which was in use through 1976!

BEAVER OPERA HOUSE

Visit the classical revival building that made Beaver a shining cultural beacon in southern Utah.

The Friscos

FRISCO GHOST TOWN

Walk through history at Frisco, the wildest mining camp of the late 1800s!

FRISCO PEAK

Hang gliders can reach altitudes of 18,000 feet and fly over 150 miles from Frisco Peak, then check out the ghost town afterwards.

Wah Wahs

You have to go WAY out there to experience the wilds of the Wah Wahs. And you’ll have to go even longer before you might find the red emerald found in the mountains - the only place on earth where it’s big enough to cut into gems.

Indian Peak

Maybe you’re a peakbagger collecting all the Utah highpoints. Or maybe you just like the way the sun sets behind purple desert mountains. Either way, these are your mountains.
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