St George area things to do?

Houndoc

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Location
Grantsville
I will be joining my wife in St George in April while she attends a conference. That gives me some open days to explore and keep myself busy.

Looking for suggestions- open to both more exploring type on easier roads and harder trails (especially if someone who knows them is available to join me).

Don't know all details yet on what schedule will be, but conference runs April 24-26.
 

Caleb

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Location
Riverton
It might be a little early in the season still (i.e. cold water) but the Kanarraville Falls hike is a nice half day hike that's just a little north of St. George.

 

smfulle

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Location
Plain City, UT
Go over to Sand Hollow. There is every level of trail there with most obstacles bypass-able. Also you can just rip around in the sand if you don't want to chance the rocks by yourself.
 

benjy

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Location
Sand Hollow
Check out the yellow man pictograph in Apple Valley, then drive the scenic byway down into Grafton ghost town (as long as it hasn't been raining). Neat area, it's amazing how many locals have never been that way
 

benjy

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Location
Sand Hollow
Another less common scenic byway is through Joshua tree national Forest. Just a mild dirt road, bit it's really pretty. I really like Joshua trees though, so don't hold it against me if you don't like it :D I like to drive out to gunlock, then through Joshua tree, then up the gorge
 

Houndoc

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Location
Grantsville
Another less common scenic byway is through Joshua tree national Forest. Just a mild dirt road, bit it's really pretty. I really like Joshua trees though, so don't hold it against me if you don't like it :D I like to drive out to gunlock, then through Joshua tree, then up the gorge
That is an area I have been curious about and am not very familiar with.
 
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