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We want to remind all families that Fall Break is here! The break begins tomorrow, October 19th, until October 25th, 2023, with the 24th being a Professional Development day. We hope you are looking forward to this well-deserved break as an opportunity to unwind and spend quality time together as a family.
If you’re looking for something fun to do over the break, look no further– Utah Valley’s website offers its top suggestions for fall activities. We’ve shared our favorite suggestions from their listicle below and invite you to read their article for more suggestions:
- Explore Grotto Falls: Take a scenic hike to a hidden waterfall above Payson. The wide, easy path suits all ages and offers fresh fall air.
- Take a Scenic Drive Through the Alpine Loop: The Alpine Loop is the quintessential fall drive. This 20-mile journey on paved roads provides breathtaking views of the Wasatch Range and its stunning fall foliage.
- Sundance Scenic Lift Ride: Take the Scenic Lift Ride to the top of Ray’s Summit at Sundance, where you’ll be treated to epic mountain views and a delicious lunch at Bearclaw Cabin.
- Rowley’s Red Barn: Navigate a ten-acre corn maze, take a tractor ride through the fruit farm, and savor fresh harvest apples and hot donuts.
- Cornbelly’s Fall Adventure: Get lost in Cornbelly’s corn maze in Lehi or Spanish Fork, enjoy spooky tales and s’mores, and witness Utah’s only Halloween musical fireworks show.
- Attend a Fall Festival: Join in the festivities at Thanksgiving Point’s Harvest Festival, featuring a giant pumpkin weigh-off, artisans, vendors, kid crafts, music, and more.
- Butterfly Biosphere: Delight in the wonders of nature at the Butterfly Biosphere at Thanksgiving Point.
We hope you have a rejuvenating Fall Break full of memorable experiences and quality family time. Safe travels and happy adventures!