The Blog at Red River Ranch

What To Do In Arches & Canyonlands

May 31st, 2016

Nature, Travel

Spring is the perfect time to get outside and play in the national parks. But sometimes it can be had to decide which national park you should visit. One of the choices frequently made is between Arches and Canyonlands. They’re both really close to each other, and they both share the city of Moab as their gateway town – so ideally, you should visit them both. But if you have to choose, this list might help you decide. Read More

Red Canyon Is The Place To Be

May 21st, 2016

Nature, Travel

There is always more to see in Southern Utah. Even if you’ve been to all five national parks in the state – Zion, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, Arches and Canyonlands, you’ve only scratched the surface. There are still so many places to see and explore, each with its own unique offerings. And one such place is Red Canyon. Read More

What To Do This May

May 12th, 2016

Outdoor adventures, Travel

May is a great month to be in Utah, it’s not too hot and it’s not too cool. The weather is pleasant – not a cloud in the sky – and the foliage is returning and flowering. Basically it’s the perfect time to play outside. This is the Lodge at Red River Ranch’s list of the top 5 things to do in Southern Utah this May:

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The American Bison!

April 28th, 2016

Lodge Announcements, Nature

We heard some exciting news this week. The American Bison – you might call it the buffalo – is about to become our national mammal, joining the Bald Eagle as a symbol of the United States. Which we think is pretty cool, considering that the bison is also the symbol for The Lodge at Red River Ranch. And we have a herd of them in our front pasture. Read More

Biking Utah

April 16th, 2016

Nature, Outdoor adventures, Travel

There are a lot of reasons to come to Utah. We’ve got the best ski resorts, five awesome national parks, lakes, mountains, rivers, and more scenery than you can experience in a lifetime. People come from all over the world to explore the natural beauty of the state – and, interestingly, one of the biggest tourism draws is bicycling.

We’re not really too surprised by this fact. We have hundreds of cyclists show up every year for the Capitol Reef Classic, which takes place right in our backyard. But what most enthusiasts come to Utah to experience is hardcore, off-trail, mountain biking. And the number one spot in the state is Moab.

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