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VISTING SOUTHERN UTAH IN THE FALL - THE ULTIMATE GUIDE

Want to beat the summer heat and crowds on your next visit to Southwestern Utah? Why not plan your trip to the land of red rock and sunshine in the fall?

With mild temps, fewer visitors, gold-colored leaves, and endless adventure possibilities, Southwestern Utah in the fall is about as good as it gets.

Get your adventure juices flowing with activities like kayaking at Quail Creek Reservoir or hiking The Narrows surrounded by fall color.

Check out these tips and adventure ideas to help you plan the ultimate getaway with crisp fall air, and the crunch of leaves under your hiking boots.

When And Where To View The Fall Color

Fall comes to Greater Zion a little later than it does to most areas of the country. From late October through November, you will find the leaves changing color and cool crisp air perfect for all those outdoor adventures.

The best areas for spotting fall color are Zion National Park, the scenic drive along Kolob Terrace Road and Red Cliffs National Reserve. Some of the best fall hiking includes