There is nothing like a fall in southern Utah. The aspen trees change from yellow to orange, and occasionally red. It makes for a splendid adventure going out and seeing how beautiful they are. But make certain you time it right as they aspens change fast and don’t last. Once they begin to change you’ve got about a week or two until they’re gone.
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Clay Hunter is an outdoor evangelist. He's spent considerable time in the outdoors cayoneering, hiking, backpacking and river rafting. He counts himself incredibly lucky to have had the chance to experience much of southern and eastern Utah through his travels.
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