Adventures for ALL Seasons

 

With school in full swing, the start of the holiday rush, and the onset of colder weather, you may be noticing that you and your family are not getting enough fresh air, exercise, and most importantly quality time together.  This happens to almost everyone, every year, but you can break the cycle this season, and we at the Abbey Inn want to help.

No matter the season, there is always something epic to experience in Southern Utah. Here are just some of the things you can do in Zion, Bryce, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Dixie National Forest.

  • Hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, climbing, canyoneering (of course)
  • River trips
  • X-country skiing & snowshoeing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Horseback riding
  • Star gazing and star parties
  • Wilf life watching
  • Photography
  • Geology, astronomy, biology, and anthropology talks
  • Various youth and junior activities (30-45 minutes long)

Seasons may change, but the adventure never stops!

Now, if your family includes a 4th grader, you can access these sites for free. The White House has announced the initiative “Every Kid in a Park” to connect 4th graders to America’s public treasures. As of September 1st, all fourth graders attending school in the U.S. can get their very own park pass which grants them (plus three adult guests) access to any national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and more for FREE. Students and parents can visit www.everykidinapark.gov to get their pass.

Also, show your “Every Kid in a Park” pass at the Cedar City Abbey Inn and receive a discount. See here for more details.

Every Kid in a Park