Central, Eastern and Southeastern Utah – 1,400,000 acres
The Manti – La Sal National Forest consists of three mountain blocks located in central, eastern, and southeastern Utah. The La Sal Abajo Mountain Ranges in the Manti – La Sal National Forest provide excellent opportunities for cross country skiing, hiking and mountain climbing. They also serve as scenic backdrops to state and national parks in the desert lands of southeastern Utah. Visitors can explore the Dark Canyon Wilderness or enjoy the cooler temperatures and breezes in the mountains at the Manti – La Sal National Forest. The Manti Division of the Manti – La Sal National Forest, in central Utah, is characterized by narrow canyons and broad rolling ridges covered with aspen and spruce.
Excellent fishing is available throughout the Manti – La Sal National Forest. A paved road across the northern Manti division of the Manti – La Sal National Forest is locally known as the Huntington Canyon Road, a Scenic Byway. It winds over the Wasatch Plateau at 5,000 to 10,000 feet. There are several high elevation lakes, and developed areas for fishing and camping in the Manti – La Sal National Forest. Acres of aspen forest mingled with vertical cliffs and escarpments make this a stunning drive.
599 W. Price River Drive
Price UT 84501