Activities: 3 (3 trails)

Zion National Park
Zion National Park is the most famous and most travelled national park in Utah. The breathtaking main canyon and surrounding portion of the park hold days and days of exploring and activities. You can’t go wrong if you follow the crowds to the crowd pleasers like The Narrows or Angels Landing, but there are similarly beautiful spots that might only see somebody every few days during certain times of the year. With a little something for everyone, this park is sure to make you glad you visited.

Activities: 3 (1 sight, 1 drive, 1 peak)

Arizona Strip
The Arizona Strip is the Northwest corner of the state, and contains some of the most desolate, remote, and arid territory in the entire continental United States. Getting to your destination in the strip can be tough, but the results are absolutely worth it. The vast area of the Arizona Strip contains several distinct wilderness areas, national monuments, and borders the Grand Canyon National Park to the North. You can go days or weeks here without seeing another human being - perfect for enjoying nature in its purest form.

Activities: 1 (1 peak)

Washington City
As a typical Southern Utah town, the City of Washington is rich in history and full of plenty of adventure. There are entry points into the Red Cliffs trail system to the North, great parks, paved city trails, and arguably the best community center in the area. The various historical sights together with everything else will allow you to fulfill your sense of adventure without ever going far from home.

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Activities: 5 (1 trail, 1 sight, 1 peak)

Cedar Mountain
Some incredible ranges in scenery, vegetation and animal life are all contained on Cedar Mountain. In a short 30 minute drive you can go from sagebrush and pinion-juniper all the way to firs, ponderosa pines, and bristlecones. Features include the highest point in Southern Utah and the strawberry cliffs rising above Zion National Park and the Dixie National Forest. Often viewed as an ATV paradise, the area also has spectacular hiking and biking trails, caves to explore, and water to fish and paddle on.

Activities: 0

Cedar Breaks National Monument
Local groups have been pushing for years to have Cedar Breaks National Monument made into a National Park - and were there not 5 already in the state, it would probably be a done deal. The park has amazing views of red hoodoos crowning an elevation rise of thousands of feet, amazing plant life, and some great trails and campsites to help enjoy it all. Make sure not to miss the star parties or other events such as the wildflower festival!

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Activities: 3 (1 trail, 2 sights)

Snow Canyon State Park
One of several state parks in the area, Snow Canyon is well known for its distinctive mix of geology - red and white sandstone with lava flows and cinder cones mixed in. In addition to the standard hiking you would expect, there is also some canyoneering available, a 3 mile paved trail, sand dunes, and ranger programs. If you re looking spend a little bit more time at the park you can camp overnight in the campground - or simply plan to make the 20 minute drive from St. George early.

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
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