Zion National Park and St. George Area

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Zion National Park is the mother of Utah’s National Parks. By far the most visited and on the top of the list of Utah/s most spectacular parks. Included in this area is southern Utah’s largest city – St. George and the fun sites around St. George that you won’t want to miss.
[Zion – St. George Area Map]

Zion National Park

Enjoy this quick overview of my favorite spots in the canyon. These can be done in a day or less, leaving you plenty of time to visit all the other sites in the canyon you choose to see.

Zion – Kolob Canyons

Located just off I-15 between St. George and Cedar City, this portion of Zion gives you a quick glimpse of the spectacular scenery in Zion

St. George

Settled by early pioneers, sent to this area by Brigham Young, St. George is a fun stop with lots of interesting sites to visit.

St. Geoge – West Loop

Take a few hours and head west of St. George to enjoy Snow Canyon, the Jacob Hamblin Home and the Robert L. Shepherd Arboretum. And if time permits perhaps a drive to the mountain community of Pine Valley.

St. George – East Area

Between St. George and Zion are a number of really nice places to visit. The sites include Warner Valley, Silver Reef, Red Cliffs and the Hurricane Valley.

Zion Field Institute

This little company works as a teacher to promote southern Utah. Its activities include interpretive material as well as helping to coordinate volunteer projects to improve southern Utah’s trail system.
   
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