Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 24, 2017

Southern Utah Fall Color 10/23/17

Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau has a new fall color report for October 23rd to 31st

High Elevation – Alpine
Brian Head, Cedar Breaks and Panguitch Lake
Percent of Change: PAST PEAK
Color Report:
With the cold temperatures and the wind the fall leaves in the high elevation are gone. Enjoy the leaves in the mid and low elevations while they last! Come back next year

Mid Elevation – Sub-Alpine
Parowan Canyon and Cedar Canyon Area
Percent of Change: PAST PEAK
Color Report:
The leaves in the mid elevation are past peak, please check back next year (September 1, 2018) for the fall colors next year

Low Elevation –  Cedar City and Kolob Canyons Area
Percent of Change: Peak

Color Report: There are still a few pockets of color in the Cedar City and Parowan areas but the leaves are falling fast. Take this time to visit Zion National Park to see the leaves, just remember there is an entrance fee of $30 per car;*An Interagency Annual Pass or Lifetime Pass is also honored. Also it is still required to ride the shuttle in the main canyon (free with entrance fee), but be sure to drive Hwy U-9 through the tunnel into East Zion, be sure to keep you eye out for the Big Horned Sheep who call this side of the park home! Visitation in Zion National Park is way up so be courteous, take your time and enjoy the view!

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