St. George UT Trail System Growing Again
Good news for all outdoor enthusiasts in St. George UT. They City Council will consider expanding the city’s popular system. Currently, there is over forty miles of paved trails and forty-two miles of natural trails that go all over the city. Many trails follow natural waterways that add beautiful scenery and are often used for recreation and exercise. Now, this talk of expansion is exciting for developers and those who love the great outdoors of Southern Utah.
There are three bids up for the city council to approve today that include new expansions of the current system, adding new trailheads and there is a proposal up to allow engineers to add a new section to the trail near 1450 South. There is also a $1.5 million drainage project going in around Mall Drive around the frontage of a new commercial development that is planning to move in on the south side of the new bridge.
For those who want to explore St. George UT’s trail systems and more, you can try Adventure Hub St. George for the ultimate experience. They offer something for every adventure including guided tours, hiking, biking, horseback riding, golfing and rentals for those who want to go it alone.
√ Group activities include spa days, evening entertainment, fitness adventures, golf tournaments, museum and art galleries, ATV tours, Jeep tours, themed events, and national park adventures.
√ Guided tours include ATV tours, canyoneering, scenic tours, hiking tours, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, rappelling, zip line, helicopter tours and much more.
√ Recreation rentals include ATV rentals, boat / watercraft rentals, motorcycle rentals, jeep / vehicle rentals, bike rentals, and kayak rentals.
√ There is also lodging packages for your adventure if you are not local to the St. George UT area.
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