Dixie is the largest national forest in Utah. Though nearly 170 miles across and filled with red canyons, alpine lakes and large aspen stands the park doesn’t get a lot of name recognition .
This short film is the newest from the Your Forests Your Future initiative, a program from the US Forest Service meant to bring interest to lesser known public lands.
All 155 national forests will eventually get their very own mini-doc. For now, enjoy this incredible look at the terrain in southwest Utah. I’m ready to grab my bike and hit those gravel roads.
From the creators of More than Just Parks, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, Your Forests Your Future proudly presents More Than Just Forests | Dixie. Nestled in the rugged southwestern corner of Utah, Dixie National Forest spans nearly 2 million acres of jaw-dropping scenery and endless vistas. Join us as we take you on a visual journey through alpine lakes and forests of aspen to vast red deserts and dazzling formations of sand and stone. This is Dixie. Filmed primarily in 8K.
Located in southwestern Utah, the Dixie National Forest spans almost two million acres and stretches for nearly 170 miles, making it the largest national forest in the state. Winding your way through the stunning landscapes of southern Utah, the Dixie National Forest offers spectacular scenery that easily rivals that of it’s neighbors Bryce Canyon, Zion, and Capitol Reef National Parks. This film has been brought to you in part by Visit Utah.
For more visit: yourforestsyourfuture.org