St. George, Utah is a beautiful dessert with lots of things to do in the surrounding areas. Your St. George adventure awaits!
Zion's National Park is known as Utah's first National Park because there are still paths that ancient natives and pioneers walked. The massive red and pink sandstone is quite the contrast from the bright blue skies. Zion also has a cool and unique array of both plants and animals.
The park has more than 1,000 kinds of pants that range from tall cottonwoods to little desert shaped plants. All the plants provide shelter to the very diverse desert wildlife which include4s 78 kinds of mammals, 30 kinds of reptiles, 7 kinds of amphibians, 8 typ0es of fish, and 291 kinds of birds.
The geologic landmark was formed over 250 million years ago when this area was covered by a shallow sea. This gorgeous area is now sculpted into 2,000-foot cliffs that are breathtaking to behold. There are trails that are great for backpacking, bicycling, birding, canoneering, climbing, hiking horseback riding, river trips, sunset and stargazing and more.
Zions Nation Park is an amazing place and a place that you won't want to miss. Even if you don't love the outdoors there is still lots to do. Snap some great pictures then spend some time at the shopping and enjoy some food while you are here.
Don't forget that while you are in town we don't want you to get dehydrated, drink lots of water