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Panguitch is the largest and most historic town in the Bryce Canyon National Park area.  Settled by Mormon Pioneers in  1864, the name Panguitch comes from the Paiute word meaning "Big FIsh". At 6660 feet in elevation, visitors find a mild climate with an escape from Southwestern Utah's summer heat. A great place to stay while in the area is a bed and breakfast inn housed in one of the many historic buildings in town.

The town is just 25 miles from Bryce Canyon and is surrounded by mountains with views of the Aquarius Plateau.   Fishing in nearby Panguitch Lake, mountain biking on the numerous trails, and visiting the downtown Historic District are some of the available activities.  Panguitch is also close to Brian Head Resort (for skiing and mountain biking, Cedar Breaks National Monument and has in-town access to the Paiute ATV trail. 

Visitors can always depend on B & B innkeepers for information on area activities. 

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