Friday, January 29, 2010

Zion National Park

One of the things we love about working and living here in St. George, Utah is the natural beauty that surrounds us.
Court of the Patriarchs
St. George is a major gateway to Zion National Park, only 40 miles away.
Zion National park covers 229 miles and is open year round for hiking, biking and camping.

Zion is Utah's oldest national park, and home to Kolob Arch, one of the largest free standing arches in the world.
Kolob Arch has a span of 310 feet.
The Narrows
Zion is known for it's incredible slot canyons.

Hogs Back leading to Angels Landing
Sandstone makes up most of the rock formations.
For those coming to our School of Threadology, think about including extra days on your schedule to see some of our beautiful nearby sites.

1 comment:

  1. We went to Zion last year. Southern Utah is just a treasure trove is amazing sights. St. George is a beautiful community. How fortunate you are to live there.