Larger than all of Utah’s national parks combined, the Manti-La Sal National Forest is woven with snow-capped mountains, kaleidoscopic fall foliage, the sacred Bears Ears, dazzling red rock formations, pristine lakes, lush valleys, clear rivers, and endless panoramas.

The Manti-La Sal offers unparalleled recreational opportunities, but it’s also a powerful testament of the importance of protecting Utah’s wild places so they stay #ForeverMighty.

We partnered with Visit Utah who asks travelers to plan and prepare so they can keep these forests Forever Mighty.

To learn more about this incredible forest and how to visit it responsibly (and have the best time!), visit:

To learn about how to keep this forest Forever Mighty, visit:

A Film By: The Pattiz Brothers

Music by: Andrew Seistrup (

To make this film we spent weeks in Utah’s Manti-La Sal National Forest during the end of September and beginning of October to try and catch the spectacular fall foliage. We were not disappointed.

Whereas most of Utah’s National Parks do not have much in the way of fall foliage (except for Zion & Capitol Reef), the Manti has some of the most breathtaking autumn beauty anywhere in the world.

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