Local Info

COMMUNITIES (see below for a directory)

Boulder is where our marathon begins. Boulder a quietly majestic community rich with green pastures and meadows. It serves as the starting point for the Scenic Burr Trail and just “over the hill” is Capitol Reef National Park. Sandstone Mesa’s and and the Boulder mountain line the horizon in this quaint community. Originally settled in 1890, Boulder was named after the nearby Boulder mountain and it’s 50,000 acres of rolling forest and meadowlands on the top.

Escalante, in addition to being the headquarters for our marathon activities and the runners end goal, is central to a variety of beautiful landscapes and outdoor activities that will keep you busy for days. Surrounded by the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and the Dixie National Forest, Escalante is located between two of Utah’s National Parks, Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef. The slot canyons Peekaboo and Spooky Gulch, the mountain meadows on the Aquarius Plateau, the hoodoo’s at Devil’s Rock Garden, and so much more are waiting for you to explore. Come and experience the serene yet adventurous country that we call home. Settled in 1875, the city is named after Silvestre Vélez de Escalante, a Franciscan missionary and a member of the first European expedition into Southern Utah.

ACCOMODATIONS

ESCALANTE
(435) 826-4643 – Prospector Inn
(435) 826-4297 – Circle D Motel
(435) 826-4266 – Escalante Outfitters
(435) 826-4902 – Slot Canyons Inn
(435) 826-4440 – Shooting Star Drive-In
(801) 619-6434 – Red Rock Ranch
(435) 826-4567 – Rainbow Country B & B
(435) 826-4890 – Escalante’s Grand Staircase B & B
(435) 826-4708 – La Luz Desert Retreat
(435) 826-4350 – Cowboy Country Inn
(435) 826-4747 – Canyons Bed & Breakfast
(435) 826-4959 – Canyons of Escalante RV Park

BOULDER
(435) 335-7480 – Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch
(435) 335-7460 – Boulder Mountain Lodge
(435) 335-7422 – Pole’s Place

CAMPING
(800) 322-3770 – Escalante Petrified Forrest State Park
(435) 826-5499 – Calf Creek Recreation Area and other BLM
(435) 826-5400 – US Forest Service Sites

OTHERS (Farther Away)
(888) 315-2378 – Bryce Valley Inn (Tropic)
(435) 679-8988 – KOA (Cannonville)
(435) 633-1366 – Bryce Hillside Villa

RESTAURANTS

ESCALANTE
(435) 826-4658 – Ponderosa Restaurant
(435) 826-4125 – Circle D Eatery
(435) 826-4577 – Cowboy Blues Diner
(435) 826-4266 – Escalante Outfitters
(435) 826-4500 – Nemo’s
(435) 826-4232 – Subway
(435) 826-4259 – Piccadilly’s Pizza / Canyon Country Store
(435) 826-4550 – Kiva Koffeehouse

BOULDER
(435) 335-7511 – Burr Trail Grill
(435) 335-7464 – Hell’s Backbone Grill
(435) 335-7447 – Boulder Mesa Restaurant

AUTO REPAIR
(435) 826-4232 – Cottam’s 66

EMERGENCY SERVICES

Ivan W. Kazan Memorial Clinic
(435) 826-4374 – 65 N. Center Street Escalante, Utah 84726

Garfield Memorial Hospital, and Clinic
(435) 676-8811 – 200 North 400 East Panguitch, Utah 84759

Cannonville Clinic, Tuesday and Thursday, 10- 3,
(435) 679-8545 – 25 S Red Rock Dr, Cannonville, Utah 84718

LAW ENFORCEMENT
(435) 676-1134 – Sheriff (Non-Emergency)

FOR EMERGENCIES, DIAL 911 from any phone

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