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Three Days in Ramblers: A Winter Itinerary

Three Days in Ramblers: A Winter Itinerary

Day 1
Breakfast

El Bambi

Start your day at a Beaver diner with a large menu filled with hearty, homemade breakfast items. Our personal favorite is the cinnamon roll french toast. Not sure why this isn’t a thing everywhere, but it sure is here!

Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing is the most accessible way to explore the magical winter backcountry in the Tushars—Utah’s third-highest mountain range. Snowshoe around Puffer Lake for a quiet and pristine morning. Or, stay closer to town and snowshoe the Beaver Bench Trail System. Snowshoe rentals are available at Tucker High Adventure Tours.

Lunch

Mike’s Foodtown

A Beaver staple, this grocery store offers a prepared hot soup and salad bar as well as other great prepared foods to take along on your next adventure.

Sledding

There’s no better place to dive into this classic pastime than Ramblers. For the best sledding, head to Merchant Valley, where you can park along the pullout on Hwy 153 for Ramblers’ favorite sledding hill. 

Dinner

The Creamery

Dive into a variety of dairy products, including signature cheese curds, specialty cheeses, a dairy-inspired kitchen menu, ice cream, and much more.

Day 2
Breakfast

Crazy Cow Cafe

Crazy Cow Cafe offers fabulous family food at fabulous prices with fabulous service.

Skiing at Eagle Point Resort

Spend a full day at Eagle Point Resort, which offers wide, neatly groomed beginner terrain as well as steep powder-filled slopes for the more adventurous. Perched high upon a stunning location in the Tushar Mountains, Eagle Point Resort is southern Utah’s steepest and deepest ski and snowboard resort.

Lunch

Canyonside Bar & Grill at Eagle Point

Enjoy slopeside dining at Eagle Point’ rustic canyonside lodge. With ample seating, Canyonside Bar & Grill brings you mouth-watering burgers, pasta dishes, pizza, seafood, salads, and appetizers galore. 

Dinner

Poulsons Pizzeria

Fresh hot pizza made to order. Poulsons offers dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru.

Day 3
Breakfast

The Creamery

Did you know The Creamery serves breakfast too? Dive into a variety of dairy products, including signature cheese curds, specialty cheeses, a dairy-inspired kitchen menu, ice cream, and much more.

Snowmobiling

If you’re into snowmobiling or just want to give it a try, Ramblers is the ideal spot. Experienced riders looking for open valleys should check out Big Flat or Merchant Valley. Beginners should head to Kent’s Lakes Loop for a groomed trail. Snowmobile rentals and tours are available at Rock’n J Rentals and Tucker High Adventure Tours

Read Snowmobiling in Ramblers. 

Lunch

Beaver Taco

Beaver Taco prides itself on cooking fresh food every time you visit. They believe the most exquisite taste is the freshest taste and their  goal is to bring a taste of Mexico to Beaver, Utah. If you’re epically hungr,y try the California Burrito. It’s the mac daddy of burritos. 

Ice Fishing

Cast a line this winter in Ramblers. Minersville Lake is easily accessible and offers excellent ice fishing when the temps dip low enough to freeze it over. Don’t be a numbskull. Be sure to check the thickness of the ice before you walk onto it.  Need some gear? Visit Beaver Pawn and Sport at 91 N Main St. in Beaver to find everything you need to catch that fish… and stay warm!

Dinner

Timberline Inn

Over the years, Timberline Inn has become one of the more popular restaurants in Southern Utah. If you enjoy superb American cooking, then you’ll love the various entrées served at the Timberline Inn. Everything is made from scratch, and all items are blended with wonderful country recipes and a pinch of flare.