Archive for the ‘Outdoor adventures’ Category

Ski Resorts of Southern Utah

November 30th, 2013

Outdoor adventures

In case you haven’t noticed, the recent snowfall has us thinking about winter fun. And while it may be a bit early in the season, we wanted to talk about our two favorite ski resorts in Southern Utah. Brian Head and Eagle’s Point ski resorts are the perfect places to spend a day in the snow. Read More

Ice Fishing Is for You

November 29th, 2013

Outdoor adventures

Too many people stow away their fishing equipment after the last leaves have fallen. And if you are about to do just that – stop. It’s time you try ice fishing. Serious anglers have been ice fishing for as long as anyone can remember. And if you haven’t ever cut a hole in the ice and tried to catch your dinner through it, then here are a few tips to help get you started. Read More

See the Parks in Winter

November 26th, 2013

Outdoor adventures, Travel

Winter has come to Southern Utah. This week we had almost six inches of snowfall at the Lodge. Now that autumn is over, people seldom visit the national parks. This is understandable. However, we at the Lodge at Red River Ranch still recommend visiting national or state parks when you get that itch to get outside. And while, true, temperatures can be low, we still think you can have fun. Read More

Visiting Horseshoe Canyon

November 2nd, 2013

Outdoor adventures, Travel

Horseshoe Canyon is of the coolest places in Utah. The canyon is fun to hike, but what sets it apart from other natural wonders is the rock art. It has one of the most extensive collections of American Indian rock art in the state. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch are very impressed by Horseshoe Canyon. We think you should check it out. Read More

Best. Road. Trip. Ever.

October 15th, 2013

Outdoor adventures, Travel

You know that expression, “go big or go home?” If you want to go big there’s nothing like the Grand Circle Tour. Of course, once you drive it, you may never want to go home anyway…

The “Grand Circle” is a massive road trip that stops in each of Utah’s five national parks. And it throws in the Grand Canyon as a sort of dessert, (not desert, although it is that too.) The Grand Circle Tour covers a lot of ground, and you won’t be disappointed. Plus because it’s late fall, the temperature will be perfect in most of the places you visit. Read More