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“A sacred grove of prehistoric trees aptly titled “Twisted Forest” lies at the end of a family friendly, mile-long, out-and-back hike a few miles west of Brian Head accessed off of Dry Lakes Road. This short stroll takes you through a rare and somewhat ghostly grove of Bristlecone Pines – a species thought to be among the oldest living organisms on the planet, often surviving for 3,000-4,000 years. The trail meanders up a gravely red rock slope abruptly terminating at the top of a cliffside with sweeping views of Cedar Breaks and Ashdown Gorge.”
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Natural Feature
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Store
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Point of Interest
“Nice little bar and grill slope side! The owner does a Friday and Saturday BBQ. While it does get busy, the BBQ is really good! They also frequently have live music.”
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Ski Area
“Perfect place: snowmobile, ski, snowshoe, mountain biking, snowboarding, tubing, hiking, farmers market, zip-line, chairlift rides, disc golf, bungee trampoline, alpine tubing, snowmobiling and much more”
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Bicycle Store
“Skis •Snowboards •XC Skis •Snowshoes •Sleds •Clothing & Boots •Helmets •Bikes •Fishing Gear ”
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Point of Interest
“We are 0.04 miles from Navajo Ski lodge which is the bunny hill. You can ski out to the lodge from the complex or ride one of the free shuttles that run all day.”
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Point of Interest
“kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming & fishing in the summer and ice fishing in the winter.”
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Hotel
“There is a steakhouse at the Grand Lodge but this place is really famous for its breakfast.”
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Route
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Campground
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Route
“It's the top of the mountain to the lookout, great dirt road experience, doesn't cost anything but driving there. Free view!”
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Route
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Natural Feature
“This is one of my favorite trails in all of Utah. It is for the intrepid hiker. You will see arches and hoodos and all the greatness that nature has to offer on this trail. ”
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Point of Interest
“Ashdown Gorge in Dixie National Forest is one of the best kept secrets in Southern Utah. Those who are willing to brave the steep trails and rough terrain will be treated to a back country experience few can boast of. The area can be accessed from either the Rattlesnake Trail, adjacent to the North Entrance of Cedar Breaks National Monument, or the High Mountain Trail which is right off of Dry Lakes Road west of Brian Head. Both of those trails will drop you down into mountain meadows where deer and elk are common and into the river gorge where you'll hike through narrows and slot canyons past Flannigan Arch (PS: be prepared to get wet). Exploring the several creeks you will be rewarded with pristine water falls, slot canyons, and untouched back country. Most people hike through Ashdown Creek which lets out on Highway 14 in Cedar Canyon, where they stash a shuttle car. Some will hike out Potato Hollow trail, and those in impressive physical condition may want to hike up and out the way they came in (not for the faint of heart). The hike is about 12 miles one-way and can be done in one day, but most take the opportunity to do it as an overnight backpacking trip.”
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