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Published August 28, 2003

Castle Country Day Tripping

The Hills are Alive

High above the desert floor sits a mountain paradise with views of mountain ranges, river valleys, rocky canyons and flat deserts that stretch out hundreds of miles in every direction. ...

Autumn ideal for day trips through Castle County

Throughout the San Rafael Swell are remains of the past

A Drive Through the High Country Of Energy Production can be Very Exciting

The Huntington and Eccles Canyon National Scenic Byway is called the Energy Loop because of the coal mines and power plant located along side the route. Electric Lake also is located along the loop which supplies water to the Huntington plant....

Day tripping through Price

A day trip for locals is definitely spending time enjoying the city of Price. I would suggest spending a majority of the day at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric museum. In addition to the museum one could spend a nice relaxing lunch at one of...

Emery County day trips include dinosaurs and recreation

Emery County and the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinasaur Quarry

Nine Mile Canyon: the worlds longest art gallery

Nine Mile Canyon is known as a major representative area of the prehistoric Fremont Culture and is a must when planning a day trip in Carbon County

The San Rafael Swell and reef provide plenty of entertainment

The 900 square mile San Rafael Swell is a wild desert region located primarily in Emery County. Approximately 25 miles from Price, the Swell occupies an oval-shaped area 65 miles north to south and 40 miles across....

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