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Hike Hidden Haven near Parowan

Hidden Haven in Parowan! Who's hiked this before? Not us! This easy hike is 1.4 miles that ends at a waterfall. We've literally driven by this hike SOO many times. This giant sign is there to tell the world and we just drove by it like three times this year already. Once when we were at Brian Head during our Cedar City Staycation and then another time when we were driving through the canyon on the way home from Bryce Canyon Staycation. It only took a family reunion to get us to this sweet hike and we ALMOST didn't even

Parowan Dinosaur Tracks | 12 Utah Staycations

Harmony said I should stop at Parowan Gap on our way out of town from Cedar City. So we did of course. But first, I searched The Salt Project for her post about it so I could make sure I didn't miss anything. I thought the Gap was just the petroglyph, but it turns out a bunch of dinosaurs roamed this valley millions of years ago and left some prints in the mud and now you can find them plastered all over rocks. If I'm being honest, I never in a million years would have even noticed the prints, but
7 Places to add to your Spring Break Bucket List in Southern Utah harm Thu, 02/18/2016 - 20:32
Today, we have one of the coolest/talented/craziest guy I know. Terral Fox is a super outdoor enthusiast/farmer/artist/dad/shoemaker. Having grown up in the red rocks of Cedar City, he knows all the cool places. I've watched his Instagram/Facebook account for years and he's been so many cool places! He owns a minimalist sandal company called Unshoes. He's taken his Unshoe Sandals (and kids) to the top of Angel's Landing (picture above) to the bottom of the Grand Canyon to Havasupai. Terral is also known to have Unicycled down Blowhard Trail in Cedar City (which is hard enough on a bike.) He's
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