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This day trip departs from St. George and takes you to the historic homestead of Dueling Sevens Ranch, as well as to experience the beautiful vistas of the Grand Canyon. Your guides will provide transportation so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery the day has to offer.
This ATV Tour takes place just outside Zion National Park in the beautiful Red Rock Desert landscape of Southern Utah. All Skill Levels welcome. Everything is provided for an amazing time, just show up and ride. Groups as small as 2 people or as large as 10 people can be accommodated. This tour is 4 hours in length.
Enjoy amazing Petroglyphs and other beautiful Southern Utah sites from the comfort of our off-road Van. During your tour you will have the opportunity to see multiple Geological and Historical locations while our guide drives you around in our Air Conditioned 4x4 Van. Our van can hold up to 10 people.
This day trip departs from St. George and takes you to the historic homestead, The Jacob Hamblin homestead where we learn of one of the earlier settlers of the area. Then hiking the Anasazi trail, Where you will see ancient petroglyphs from Indians long ago. Your guides will provide transportation so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery the day has to offer. After the hiking we will eat a modest lunch and continue with our day.
Ride through the heartland of Red Rock Country on this 5-hour ATV tour in Southern Utah. Enjoy the scenery of Zion National Park in the background as you cruise through the countryside. Lunch and entrance fees are included.
Life in the desert was a struggle for early settlers of the Arizona Strip but Mount Trumbull provided these people not only the chance to survive but to help build a thriving city in Saint George. The Mount Trumbull tour will show visitors how this rugged area helped the settlers of Southern Utah create a successful life in the desert.The timber used to build the Saint George LDS Temple was harvested from Mount Trumbull and visitors will be able to see where this was done and learn how this lumber was then brought to Saint George.