Incredible Southern Utah


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Cupertino, United States

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Calendar Size
Width 11.7″
Height 16.5″
(Printed to fit A3)


  • Tough wire binding and hanger
  • Stunningly sharp digital printing
  • Start the year with the month of your choice
  • 200gsm satin art paper with a tougher cover


Artist's Description

E xtraordinary
G lorious
I ncredible
F antastic
T remendous
S pectacular Southern Utah!

This 13-picture calendar, one of six in the EGIFTS series, depicts scenes of Southern Utah. The EGIFTS series features images during early spring from St. George, Snow Canyon and Kodachrome Basin State Parks, Zion, Bryce Canyon, and Capitol Reef National Parks, Red and Kolob Canyons, Escalante and, the Dixie and Fishlake National Forests.

Southern Utah is a vacation destination that is truly unique and home to many State and National Parks and, many other interesting destinations. The following is but a tiny fraction of the value Southern Utah has to offer as a travel destination. The following information is provided by our friends at Southern Utah Travel. Please visit Southern Utah Travel’s website for videos and, visitor and travel destination information about Southern Utah by clicking here

Cedar Breaks National Monument
Located close to I-15 near Cedar City, Cedar Breaks National Monument contains a steep, bowl-shaped cliff face eroded into the west side of the Markagunt Plateau, quite similar to Bryce Canyon National Park, with colorful rock strata and strange rock shapes. The access road (UT 148) circles the cliff edge from which the spectacular limestone formations can be seen, extending 2,000 feet downwards and 3 miles across, all eroded from the Claron Formation of the Pink Cliffs – the highest and most geologically recent component of the great series of escarpments that stretches eastwards across south Utah, known as the Grand Staircase. Cedar Breaks presents a fascinating mixture of natural colors.

Navajo Lake
This alpine and partial man-made lake is located in the Dixie National Forest, in the mountains above Cedar City. It is surrounded by a lush and dense aspen forest. The fissures in the rock under the lake act as natural drainage and the drainage spills out several miles away at Duck Creek and in the middle of the mountainside at Cascade Falls. One of the southern most alpine lakes in the United States, Navajo Lake offers small fishing boats and fish in abundance in the lake. There are trails that run nearly the entire length on the lake. Lodging is available. Due to the extreme high altitude, in excess of 10,000 ft. (3,050 meters) – so be aware of the high altitude. Winter can be very treacherous, so it is not recommended to visit at that time. Autumn, summer and spring is the perfect time to visit.

Parowan Gap
The petroglyphs here are thought to be the work of several cultural groups and represent a long period of use by Native cultures. What these designs mean is still unknown. Please tread lightly, causing as little disturbance as possible. Rock art should be photographed or sketched but not touched in any way. For help getting to Parowan Gap, I recommend contacting Gary, at Southern Utah Travel.

Duck Creek Lake
2 miles before Duck Creek village on Hwy. 14. A great little fishing lake and stream for trout.

Aspen Mirror Lake
Located about 1/2 mile west of Duck Creek Village. Turn down a dirt road for about one quarter mile and park. Walk about 300 yards to the most beautiful setting for fishing or just enjoying the fabulous view.

Duck Creek offers year round enjoyment of all kinds. Enjoy ATV and Snowmobile trails, camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking. Brian Head is just a short jaunt from Duck Creek. The fall colors are simply magnificent all over the mountain. Do not forget to take your camera.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Located close to Kanab. At an elevation of 6000 feet. This park provides wonderful camping, hiking, off road ATV riding, and great photographic opportunities.

Pipe Spring National Monument
Located close to Kanab. A fort built in the 1870’s by Mormon pioneers. There are several buildings that provide you the opportunity to walk through the fort offering a glimpse of the old pioneer life.

Johnson Canyon
Located 10 miles east on Hwy 89 from Kanab. You can view an old movie set where many movies have been made. Movies such as TV series “Gunsmoke.” Many of the great movie stars made movies here.

Kolob Terrace
The Kolob Terrace Road climbs steeply up from the town of Virgin unto the wide and forested expanse of the Kolob Terrace. It is a paved county road that skirts back and forth through sections of central Zion National Park leading to back country trailheads and an overlook located at Lava Point. Eventually it becomes a dirt road, continuing northward all the way to the outskirts of Cedar City. The Kolob Reservoir is located 30 miles from Virgin and is a popular fishing and camping destination.

Yankee Meadow
The trip begins five miles from Parowan along Hwy 143. You will see the Yankee Meadows turnoff next to a small water retention basin (good fishing spot).

As you continue up to Yankee Meadows, the road meanders through lush fields of aspen and spruce. A Dixie National Forest campground is located on the east side of the road. The pavement ends at the campground and turns to a good gravel road continuing up to Yankee Meadows Reservoir.

The scenery is fantastic at the lake with towering volcanic cliffs of Sydney Peaks rising in the distance. Summer and fall, trout fishing and non-motorized boating are the most popular activities.

Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park is a spectacular series of “red rock amphitheaters” which contain large eroded rock forms. It is one of those you have to see it to believe it types of formations.

There are many overlooks which you can drive to and spend a whole day discovering. There are also many trails that lead down among the amphitheaters and “hoodoos” – those are eroded rock pinnacles that spire upwards toward the sky. Horseback riding, ATV rentals, and in the winter cross-country skiing is available.

Kodachrome Basin State Park
Kodachrome is just to the east of Bryce Canyon. This is a strange park of colorful cliffs and rock pillars that occur nowhere else in the world. These sand pipes (pillars) can rise up to 170 feet.

From Las Vegas drive North on I-15 to U-20, then east to U-89 then south through Panguitch to U-12, then east to Cannonville, then proceed south nine miles to the park. There is camping, hiking, picnicking, and just plain fun exploring.

Zion National Park
This park is one of the most beautiful parks in the U.S. The nearest town is Springdale. This canyon has incredible rock walls that tower above you. You must walk the canyon and experience this adventure.

There is a fantastic Lodge in Zion to make your stay fun. If you have a mind to camp. Great campgrounds are available. No showers however you can get showers in town. The Virgin River flows through the park, which makes for a great place to picnic.

If you want to check out a cool town, then Kanab is one to enjoy. Old westerns were made in the area. Couple of reasonable eating establishments. Couple of great coffee and munchies places to hang out. Sit outside and watch the people go by.

Interesting little town. Have a couple of coffee houses to hang out. A small RV and camping area, an outfitters store, and snack shop. Has gas and supplies. Leads you to all sorts of backcountry locations for fishing, hunting, camping. Fantastic area for all of that or just exploring the area.

Anasazi State Park Museum
This ancient village in the heart of Utah’s canyon country was one of the largest Ancestral Puebloan communities west of the Colorado River. Now called the Coombs Site, it is believed to have been occupied from AD 1160 to 1235 and may have housed as many as 200 people.

The Anasazi State Park Museum offers a museum store, auditorium, and outdoor picnic areas. There are no overnight facilities available at the museum, but camping and lodging facilities are located nearby.

Great little town. Has some great coffee house’s to hang out. Terrific restaurants. Has gas and supplies. Leads you to all sorts of backcountry locations for fishing, hunting, camping. Fantastic area for all of that or just exploring the area. And a real plus – a liberal attitude.

A BIG THANK YOU to Gary at Southern Utah Travel for providing most of this intro. Please visit the Southern Utah Travel website before planning your trip to Southern Utah by clicking here

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