2012 Tripadvisor

Like this Best Western. Stay here every year enroute to Sedona. Service always friendly and helpful.

Rod D.

Recreational Opportunities in the Area

The following are some of our top picks for great recreational opportunities and things to do in the Cedar City area. For a more complete listing vist the Utah tourism website

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Arches National Park

The Arches National Park is one of Utah’s most famous attractions and has in excess of 2,000 natural arches. The grandeur of this landscape is awe-inspiring and there are arches, spires, pinnacles, giant balanced rocks and slickrock domes that rise into the vast sky.


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Brian Head Ski Resort

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Brian Head Resort is the premier alpine destination in the southwestern United States. Honored as a "Top Family Getaway for Family Travelers" by the Family Travel Forum, Brian Head is a full-service resort conveniently located in southern Utah. Brian Head is Utah's highest-elevation resort, receiving over 400 annual inches of light, Utah powder. The resort has 50+ runs for all ability levels. Brian Head also has many great summer activities such as mountain bike and hiking trails.


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Bryce Canyon National Park

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Bryce Canyon is, in the strictest sense of the word, unique – nowhere is anything else even similar! What is Bryce Canyon? Words confound when nothing comparable exist. A cave without a ceiling? A forest of stone?

Even 'canyon' is misleading since Bryce is carved by freeze-thaw cycles, not a river. Once here, perhaps you'll agree with those who say, ‘Bryce is a Bryce!’


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Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park is a place that has been carved by water but from its rim, you will only be able to view certain portions of the Colorado River and the Green River. These 2 majestic rivers flow together right at the heart of the land in this area. However, no matter where you look, you will be able to see sandstone pillars, unbroken scarps and canyon mazes – all of which have been carved by the force of the rivers’ waters.


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Capitol Reef National Park

The Capitol Reef National Park has one unifying feature- The Waterpocket Fold- The parallel ridges of this awe-inspiring Fold run for a 100 miles and look like giant waves that are swelling towards a shore. The uplift also has some exposed edges that have now eroded into the surrounding slickrock and have formed impressive cliffs, domes as well as a number of twisting canyons.


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