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With summer temperatures rarely exceeding 85 degrees, Monticello is the ideal place to spend your summer days. Golf at The Hideout Golf Course or enjoy the many beautiful designated trails for back packing, hiking, four wheeling and horseback riding in the Abajo Mountain (Blue Mountains). Mountain biking, rock climbing, canoeing and swimming are among the many other fun activities in Monticello.

At 7,000 fee above see level, Monticello sits high above the surrounding desert and enjoys four distinct seasons. From the high Alpine mountains to the spectacular red rock desert, you will appreciate the cool climate and warm welcome in Monticello. We welcome you to our own little corner of paradise. We hope you plan to stay a while to enjoy the town, the people, and the experience!

 Summer Activities in Monticello, Utah


Winters in Monticello are usually cold, but exciting. There is always something fun to do whether it is cross country skiing or snowmobiling. Wildlife is abundant in Monticello making it one of the greatest places in America to hunt.

Spring and Fall bring absolute beauty to the Blue Mountains in Monticello. Activities like hiking, hunting, camping, mountain biking, horseback riding and more provide hours of fun even as the temperatures in Monticello cool down and warm up. Don’t miss the gorgeous colors of springtime and autumn in Monticello.

Winter Activities in Monticello, Utah


Located about 60 miles south of Moab, Utah—a recreational hot spot for bikers, hikers, and river runners—the Monticello Utah Temple sits on a gently rising slope on the west side of the little town of Monticello. In the distance, the enchanting Abajo Mountains play backdrop to the temple and the adjacent meetinghouse, joined by a shared parking lot. Patrons come from the Four Corners region. Visit the LDS Church Temple website for Monticello, Utah 

Monticello Utah Temple