Trip Itinerary

Long Valley Spring Cattle Drive

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Day 1

Meet in St George at 1:00pm. Drive northeast to where the first campsite is

Day 2

Days 2- 5: After a hearty breakfast, saddle up and begin driving the cattle to the various pastures of their summer range high on the Bryce Canyon Plateau, part of the Dixie National Forest. Plan to ride about 6-7 hours per day, with a break for lunch. There will be four days of driving cattle, and one day of either trail riding into the scenic high country without cattle, or visiting the scenic overlooks of Bryce Canyon National Park.

The camp is moved daily by vehicle, so riders will return to a new campsite at the end of each day's ride. The first two camps are near the headwaters of Kanab Creek. From there the trail climbs onto the Bryce Plateau, and for the remaining 4 nights, camps will be along the headwaters of the East Fork of the Sevier River.

Day 6

Transfer back to St George, arriving by 6:00pm.

Itinerary Addendum

THIS ITINERARY IS FLEXIBLE. CHANGES MAY OCCUR DUE TO WEATHER OR OTHER UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES.

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