Imagine being in a place where the panoramic view was spectacularly filled with sandstone landforms so exquisite that no artist could possibly have created such a diversity of pleasure for the eye. Imagine walking through such a wonderland, where the perspective and view changes dramatically in very short distances. Imagine the soles of your feet adapting and feeling the contours of ever-changing terrain from slickrock to lava to sand. Imagine the feeling of stepping into a land that still has the spirit of ancient civilizations and divulges evidence of those times in extraordinary petroglyphs. Imagine clear blue skies, clean air, and plenty of desert sunshine. All of these are part of the experience of south Utah, canyon country, the former homelands of Anasazi and pueblo native American tribes, some of the most colorful representations of classic geography for the southwest United States.
Hiking South Utah offers an opportunity for you to participate in the beauty and natural recreational options available. Our desire is to create a healthy outdoor adventure for you based on hiking the wonders of south Utah. We assemble a vacation that works for you, your fitness level, your schedule, your style in accommodation and complementary entertainment options.
Our hikes are primarily in the vicinity of St. George, Utah. This location is at the confluence of the Great Basin, Mojave Desert, and the Colorado Plateau. As you might expect, this unique geographical orientation has a sublime originality in its offerings to the outdoor enthusiast.
In addition to the hiking choices, there are other outdoor activities that range from sightseeing in Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Monument, Canyonlands National Monument, Grand Canyon Park, water sports and fishing at Sand Hollow Reservoir, Quail Hollow Reservoir, or Gunlock Reservoir, or the many lakes and streams of southern Utah. Live performance theaters abound in this area, among the notables are Tuacahn Amphitheater in Ivins and the Shakespeare Festival Theaters in Cedar City. A vacation in the St. George area has the possibility of both outdoor and more urban cultural activities.