It’s here! National Park Week. Which means starting today and lasting through Friday you can visit any National Park in the United States and get in fee-free! Here in Utah we boast of five amazing and beautiful National Parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. Pick one, or pick all and plan your visit today!
Want to see the National Parks for free? The National Park Service has designated the following fee free days for the 2013 season:
National Park Week – April 22-26
97th Birthday of the National Park Service – August 25
National Public Lands Day – September 28
Veterans Day Weekend – November 9-11
Make plans now to come and see the beautiful canyons of Bryce.
Check out this amazing video highlighting the five incredibly scenic National Parks in Utah: Zions, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyon Lands, and Arches. Panguitch is centrally located to three of these parks: Zions, Bryce Canyon, and Capitol Reef. We invite you to come and share in this beautiful state and experience all we have offer here in Utah!
If you haven’t yet taken part in the annual Bryce ATV Rally, you’ll want to add it to your list of exciting summer activities! This year’s rally will be held August 22-24th. A variety of guided tours take you through some of Southern Utah’s most scenic and beautiful trails, including area favorites such as: Casto Canyon, Barney Top and Griffin Top (a new ride to the rally), Paunsaugunt Rim, Pines Loop, Limekiln West Hunt Loop (also new to the rally), Powell Point, Straight Canyon, and many more!
Registered rider’s for this year’s rally will each receive a ticket for the chance to win an Arctic Cat 500. While the Arctic Cat 500 tickets will only be 1 per registered rider, a 2nd ATV will be rallied off as well with ticket purchase available to all.
For more information on the rally, or to register now go to Bryce ATV Rally.
Cyclists, participants and viewers of the 2013 Larry H. Miller’s Tour of Utah are in for a real treat, as this year’s world-class tour extends to the beautiful and scenic Southern Utah. Panguitch is thrilled to be part of “America’s Toughest Stage Race” this year, hosting the start of Stage 2: Panguitch to Torrey. While detailed routes and race mileage will be announced in coming months, the Tour of Utah announced in its press conference this morning the following host cities:
Team Presentation – August 5th – Cedar City
Stage 1 – August 6th – Brian Head to Cedar City
Stage 2 – August 7th – Panguitch to Torrey
Stage 3 – August 8th – Richfield to Payson
Stage 4 – August 9th – Salt Lake City (Circuit Race)
Stage 5 – August 10th – Snowbasin Resort to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
Stage 6 – August 11th – Park City to Park City