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
Many people enjoy hunting in the mountain regions of Southern Utah, especially at this time of year. However, even if you don’t consider yourself a huntsman, there is still an amazing way to experience nature up close. We are referring to bugling – elk calling. And, while it may sound a little strange to those who haven’t tried it before, it is one of the most peaceful hobbies in the world. Read More
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
The 2013 hunting season is here. We at the Lodge at Red River Ranch always meet some fascinating people this time of year, as many hunters travel to Utah from across the globe. To help anybody who is coming to Utah this season, we’ve jotted down a few of the things we know from hunting in near the Lodge.
If you have been reading our recent posts, you know that we’ve been trying to convince you, the reader, to check out Utah’s five national parks this fall. Fall is one of the best times to go to any of the parks – they are cooler and less crowded. And to help you out we wrote our five-part mini series on each of the national parks – and what to do when you visit them. Since this is last post in our series, it is only fitting that we dedicate it to Zion National Park. Read More