Insider Tips for Hiking Yellow Knolls Utah No Comments

Hiking Yellow Knolls Utah A few weeks ago my family was in St. George, UT for a quick getaway. We found a hike that is perfect for families. Yellow Knolls hike is in Red Cliff Desert Reserve and the trail head is a quick drive from downtown St. George. The Yellow Knolls trail head has plenty of parking, and we never saw any hikers or cars. Read more

The Snow Canyon park sits quietly tucked amid lava flows and soaring sandstone cliffs is a place everyone should visit when in St. George, Utah. This colorful desert environment boasts of red Navajo sandstone, lava flows, petrified dunes, white rock, sand dunes, and a cinder cone. The Perfect Place for an Afternoon Hike It’s the perfect place to hike if you have kids or friends who aren't season Read more

3 Easy Hikes for Children in Snow Canyon 2 Comments

In my twin girls' opinion, a trip to St. George isn’t complete without a visit to Snow Canyon. I call it the mini Zion’s because it boasts of the same red rocks and natural wonders but has more manageable hikes for younger children with various landscapes from sand dunes to petrified sand dunes to volcanic rock to white rock. With an entrance fee of $6 per Read more

by Mary Edwards My husband and I choose to Honeymoon in Moab Utah because of the incredible hiking.  When we learned we were having twins, we bought two child backpacks in order to continue our traditional hikes and to help our children gain a love for the outdoors. When our girls turned five, we decided it was time for them to hike on their own.  My husband and Read more