Fall in Dixie National Forest

A few months before I returned to my hometown, I made a list of places I hadn’t seen or wanted to see with a pair of grown up eyes. Although most places revolved around hiking or potential trips to Las Vegas and southern California, one specific location was Dixie National Forest. Luckily, I didn’t have to go very far since this forest surrounds the majority of my current residence. A drive up the canyon and I was in my desired destination. Although it was too cold to hike, I decided to save that for another time and soak up the autumn scenery. A few photos below will show you why I didn’t regret continuing my drive.

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest

Dixie National Forest flowers

Seeing these places as an adult only made me admire them even more than I remember as a child. I can still see the photo of my sister and me with our beagle Snoopy and driving through Brianhead, I recall memories of hot chocolate and my first and only snowboarding lesson. I’m beginning to believe the old adage is true: You can leave somewhere, but it never really leaves you.

3 Comments

  1. Shybiker

    Beautiful nature.

  2. Gabi Ralea

    Brooke, I would love to get to Utah one day, I have friends there 🙂 there are some great places in my country, too. i would be happy to show them to you in case you ever get to Romania 🙂

    • brooklyntvlasich

      Hope you can make it to Utah soon Gabi! A visit to Romania sounds like a great idea. 🙂

Give us your thoughts, comments, and opinions here!