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Southeastern Utah

Protect Climbing, Mountain Biking, Paddling, and Skiing in Southeast Utah

We need your help to ensure the world-class recreation on public lands in southeastern Utah is protected as several public land initiatives are considered. Please take a minute to fill out the form below to share why southeastern Utah is important to you, where you like to go in the region, and what you do there. Along with Access Fund and American Alpine Club, Outdoor Alliance will be bringing your comments, stories, and knowledge to decision makers. Learn more about the context for these new public lands decisions here.

Information about where and why you get outside in southeastern Utah is critical for lawmakers who will be deciding the future of these special places. The future of outdoor recreation on Utah's public lands is up to you.


Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

Photo Credit: Mike A. Shaw

What do you like to do in Southeastern Utah?
How often do you visit Southeastern Utah?
The region includes Indian Creek, Bears Ears, the San Rafael Swell; sections of the Dolores, Green, and Colorado Rivers; and single track mountain biking around the Moab area.
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