Utah’s national parks feature some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world. Its state parks include just as much allure and many recreational opportunities. See for yourself the amazing parks in St. George, Utah!
Popular Trails: Some of the most popular hiking trails in the area include Lava Tube Trail at Snow Canyon State Park (Intermediate), Turtle Wall Trail (Easy), Lower Calf Creek Falls at Zion National Park (Intermediate), Chuckwalla Trail (Easy), and Angel’s Landing at Zion National Park (Difficult).
Southern Utah is home to some of the very best mountain biking trails that you can ride 365 days a year! Thousands of travelers come to visit us every year to enjoy our sunshine and ever-growing abundance of mountain biking trails. The St. George area offers a wide array of trail options to fit the needs of every rider. Whether you're looking for a quick ride or an all-day excursion, you will find plenty of trails with all different types of terrain. Most mountain biking trails in the St. George area are single track, so you won’t have to worry about sharing the road with ATV’s.
Popular Trails: Some of the most popular trails in the area include Gooseberry Mesa (Intermediate/Difficult), Bearclaw Poppy (Easy/Intermediate), JEM trail (Intermediate), Chuckwalla (Easy) and Zen Trail (Difficult).
Zion National Park
The St. George area is home to the famous Zion National Park where the massive sandstone mountains are mesmerizing! You can enjoy activities such as hiking, canyoneering, horseback riding, backpacking, and more! Click the photo link to learn more about Zion National Park.
Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its spiral-shaped rock formations, also known as hoodoos. These towering crimson-colored mountains are a sight to be seen. Click the photo link to learn more about Bryce Canyon National Park.
Grand Canyon National Park
Take a day trip to The Grand Canyon in Arizona and hike the North or South Rim! This immense canyon is layered with bands of red rock and split by the Colorado River. Click the photo link to learn more about Grand Canyon National Park.
Glen Canyon has over 1.25 million acres of recreational area to explore and is home to must-see attractions such as Lake Powel, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow Bridge, and much more! Click the photo link to learn more about Glen Canyon.