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Fall In St. George

St. George Utah is a desert, so naturally it stays pretty warm up until about Halloween. So while the rest of Utah is scrambling to get their autumn and winter attire ready, most of us here are still sipping lemonade poolside and soaking up the last bits of sunshine until out “fall” hits. Photo Credit: Carl Berger Sr on flickr Fall here is very different from the norm. We don’t...

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Free Movies The Fair and So Much More is Going On This Weekend

Sunset on the Square This is a free movie out on the grass that’s gained so much popularity because of the fun family friendly environment. At the Town Square in St George they set up a huge projector and you are able to bring blankets and the whole family to watch a movie. This months movie is Wreck it Ralph. The movie is shown on a giant outdoor movie screen,...

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Events in Southern Utah to End out July

Cedar City Canyon Campfire Concert Series If it’s live music and campfires you’re after then head north just a bit to Cedar City, as they’re having their Campfire Concert series at the Cedar Canyon Nature Park. It’s easy to find by just heading up the canyon outside of Cedar City along highway 14. The band that’s playing is Beans and Wheels, and admission is free. It’s hard to beat sitting...

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Top 5 Things in St George

People often ask us what are the must do’s in St George? What are the bucket list items that everyone who comes here has to do at least one or two of? Image Credit: – Tuacahn 5. Tuacahn Tuacahn offers premier shows, bringing actors and sets in from all over the country. The setting that’s offered at Tuacahn is one of the most stunning in all of Utah, possibly west...

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Visit Pine Valley

If you’re visiting St George and looking for a bit of a different vibe than Zion and the red rocks that surround the area; if you’re after more of a cabin and woodsy feel, then Pine Valley is your place! Pine Valley sits just north of St George, in fact they’re the beautiful giant peaks that frame our northern border. But that’s not the easiest way to access them, it...

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Hiking The Red Mountain Trail in St George

If you’re looking for a somewhat challenging, and yet incredibly rewarding hike in St George then the Red Mountain Trail is your trail! If you hike the entire thing you’ll hike approximately 10 miles, but it will be 10 miles of views upon views. If you’re familiar with the area you’re essentially hiking along the rim of Snow Canyon State Park, then near the end you’ll be overlooking Ivins, Santa...

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Winter in Southern Utah

Spring, summer and fall in southern Utah seem to get all of the love and in truth what’s not to love about the warm weather and the cool nights? But skipping over one of the prettiest seasons of all is something that needs to be corrected. Winter in southern Utah is also one of my favorite times of year, it puts an entirely new perspective on things and on views....

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Hiking Taylor Creek in Kolob Canyon

There’s a lesser known part of Zion called Kolob Canyon, that offers a similar but different taste of the canyon. You can find it along I 15 between Cedar City and St George. It has what they call the 5 Fingers that truly are amazing to see. There are several hikes you can do while there and a look-out you can drive to that will inspire even the most cynical...

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Southern Utah Hiking Tips

Hiking is fun when you plan it properly and when you follow safe hiking-tips. The most important tip is keep drinking lot of water to stay hydrated. You need to be hydrated when you are hiking uphill or hiking in the summer, especially in places around St George. Don’t try to do any kind of strenuous activities during summer afternoons unless you’re prepared. Choose the trails that have plenty of...

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Solo Hiking Benefits

Although there are many benefits of solo hiking in Zion National Park, it also involves a considered risk but is still worth taking the chance. Sometimes solo hikers have to face certain problems like a devastating injury, a bad-fall, an animal-attack, or a wrong turn. These kinds of risks may cause little fear when you want to go solo hiking, but if you look at other side where you can...

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