You can spend a fresh spring desert morning rock hounding or exploring a deserted mining town. You can escape the summer heat to fish for mountain trout in lush, stream laced forests. You can feel the excitement of crisp fall air and trees wearing their fall colors at the beginning of a deer hunt. You can ski the slopes of a majestic winter mountain. We are “the gateway to the national parks” because of our proximity to the nation’s best parks. It’s all here in a 2,568 square mile patch of southwestern Utah that ranges from 12,000 foot mountain peaks to 4,700 foot desert floors. You have places to see and things to do as varied as its four distinct seasons.