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National Destinations near Panguitch Lake

On Your way to Panguitch Lake you can drive through the Cedar Breaks National Monument. The point of the mountain has some great scenery and wildlife. Bryce Canyon is a great park to visit and is only an hour from Panguitch Lake. The Bryce Canyon area offers hiking for all skill levels, atving, fishing, biking, and more. Bryce Canyon is pretty like Cedar Breaks but it is worth visiting because there are nice trails through the hoodoos and more usable area to explore than Cedar Breaks. Zion National Park is also another great national park to visit near Panguitch Lake. Head south on Hwy 89 at Todd's Junction and follow the road until you hit the Zion Turn off. Take this road into the back of the park. There are some great tunnels and cliffs to drive by. I suggest stopping at the visitor center and taking a walk up the stream I always see elk and deer just up the canyon. Zion has some great hikes for all skill levels.

If you continue past Bryce Canyon you will encounter the Grand Staircase National Monument, Arches and Canyonlands, Boulder Mountain, and Lake Powell. One of the beautiful sights in this area is Calf Creek Falls pictured to the right. It is a 3 mile hike one way through a nice canyon with a little trout stream running through it. At the end is a gorgeous waterfall and pool. In the summer months this is a great place to cool off after a long hike.

And the most popular of all, The Grand Canyon is just a few hours from Panguitch Lake. There are some great places to hike, bike, and photograph. Come see the beauty this area has to offer for yourself.
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Cedar Breaks

Bryce Canyon

Calf Creek Falls