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Visiting St George UT - What to stop and see?

Old 07-06-2017, 05:44 PM
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Hey guys. I will be going up to St George in a few weeks to check out the area. Its a possible future home for me. Are there any easy good trails I should be sure to stop at? I have Zion on the list so far but I am sure there are a million other spots to go. Moab is out of the question though. Too far. Any input would be great! Thanks.
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Coral pink sand dunes is not far from Zion and pretty unique.
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Also Zion is beautiful...but you have to down to hike or you miss most of the sights.
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Ahh yes Coral Pink Dunes. Forgot about those! Thank you. Zion is on the list for sure but I have a feeling its going to be too hot to want to hike. I will probably go in like 3 weeks so yes, its going to be really hot.
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Sand hollow is also pretty cool and it's in st george. It's a state park with dunes with a lake in the center...oh yeah man it was scalding when I was there 2 summers ago...But even the drive through the park is beautiful.
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