Boulder Mountain – Beauty And Fun!

Utah is well-known among locals and foreign tourists for its amazing natural scenery. Among these is the Boulder Mountain. Also called as Utah’s Aquarius Plateau, it is included in the high plateaus section soaring about 11,000 ft. high and expanding 90 mi. long. It goes from north to south making it looking a reverse S covering about 900 sq. mi. With its reach, Boulder Mountain is considered to be the biggest and highest plateau that you can find near Bryce ...

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Dixie National Forest Campsites

King Creek is a popular campground which is 9 miles away from Bryce Canyon and ahead of Tropic Reservoir. The campground has 37 campsites where you can see the ponderosa pine forest. King Creek has tent pads, fire pits and tables for picnics. When you go to the campground, you have to travel through a gravel road. The campsites have paved areas. This campground is perfect as it is located near the Chimney Rock Trails and King Creek. Choosing this ...

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