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Trail Description Our goal at the St. George Area Tourism Office is to help you find and plan for upcoming calendar events, adventure guides, golf courses, lodging, dining, meetings & conventions, and other things to do in the St. George and Zion National Park area!This is an area that offers the perfect combination of excitement, relaxation and adventure. You may want to download our St. George and Zion National Park Vacation Planner for vacation ideas and information.Plan on staying more days in our clean & hospitable hotels, dining at our excellent and diverse restaurants, shopping at an exciting variety of stores, and visiting some of the most incredible scenic wonders on the planet. The St. George Utah area landscape folds out like an open book, revealing a geologic history that stretches back millions of years and exposes the most striking scenery found anywhere. This is a region of contrasts, from the Mojave Desert at 2,000 feet above sea level to the 10,000-foot Alpine wilderness on the ridges of Pine Valley Mountain. The crown jewel of it all is Zion National Park. Add to that the 12 golf courses, state parks, ghost towns, canyons, coves, cactus gardens, historical pioneer buildings, mountain biking, horseback riding, road cycling, hiking, photo opportunities, and you will realize that St George and Zion National Park are places where you’re going to want to stay a few nights longer. Let the St. George & Zion Area Tourism Office assist you in making the best vacation possible!
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Campground Our goal at the St. George Area Tourism Office is to help you find and plan for upcoming calendar events, adventure guides, golf courses, lodging, dining, meetings & conventions, and other things to do in the St. George and Zion National Park area! This is an area that offers the perfect combination of excitement, relaxation and adventure. You may want to download our St. George and Zion National Park Vacation Planner for vacation ideas and information. Plan on staying more days in our clean & hospitable hotels, dining at our excellent and diverse restaurants, shopping at an exciting variety of stores, and visiting some of the most incredible scenic wonders on the planet. The St. George Utah area landscape folds out like an open book, revealing a geologic history that stretches back millions of years and exposes the most striking scenery found anywhere. This is a region of contrasts, from the Mojave Desert at 2,000 feet above sea level to the 10,000-foot Alpine wilderness on the ridges of Pine Valley Mountain. The crown jewel of it all is Zion National Park. Add to that the 12 golf courses, state parks, ghost towns, canyons, coves, cactus gardens, historical pioneer buildings, mountain biking, horseback riding, road cycling, hiking, photo opportunities, and you will realize that St George and Zion National Park are places where you’re going to want to stay a few nights longer. Let the St. George & Zion Area Tourism Office assist you in making the best vacation possible!
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St. George Area Tourism Office
435-986-6614
Mike@VisitStGeorge.com
St. George Area Tourism Office
1835 Convention Center Dr
St. George, UT, UT 84790
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Directions 1835 Convention Center Dr, St. George, UT 84790, United States
This information was provided by Family Activities St George Utah on 5/16/2016 1:21:39 AM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)