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The school year may be upon us, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take a weekend getaway to enjoy the best time of year. Looking for an easy getaway to take with your family where you can take advantage of the cool fall weather and see beautiful leaves? Come to Ramblers in western Utah.
Utah’s Beaver County may be remote (it’s about 200 miles from Salt Lake City), but it’s got a lot to recommend it. The area’s history is fascinating: It’s surrounded by rugged geographical features used by prehistoric residents. It’s also the hometown of Philo T. Farnsworth, widely credited with the early development of the television and holder of more than 300 patents, as well as Butch Cassidy, the outlaw who inspired the classic Western film.
Beaver County isn’t just interesting in retrospect. Today, you’ll find plenty of outdoor adventure for the whole family, thanks to the county’s proximity to the stunning Tushar Mountains and southwestern Utah’s renowned Color Country. Opportunities for family-friendly adventures abound in this corner of the state that’s truly representative of the American West. Here are five of the best.