I’ll admit, I’m just not a big fan of chain hotels. Sure, they do the trick—a bed, a shower, etc. But when I have a choice, I’ll always opt for the local lodging options. I prefer smaller places that have a personal touch, and local owners can always steer you to the best restaurants, activities, and places to see. Whether you’re traveling on a shoestring or you’re planning a big “splurge” trip, this list of five local Utah lodging options includes a place that fits just about every budget.
I’m sure it comes as no surprise to anyone that I love hiking. Without a doubt, the best way to experience southeast Utah is to get out of your car and into the canyons. But for those of you who prefer to experience nature from the safety of your vehicle, or for folks who are looking for the most scenic (or only) way to get from Point A to Point B, here are five scenic drives in Utah canyon country. Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway (SR-128) If you’ve always taken I-70 west all the to the US 191 exit […]