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Parcs et nature à Comté de Washington

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National Park
“You could go everyday for a week and never see every part of the park. It is about a 45 minute drive from the feather. Take a lunch and hiking boots and enjoy a full day of breathtaking views”
  • 227 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Snow canyon is so beautiful, a great place to hike or picnic or rock climb or just to take a drive.”
  • 89 personnes du coin recommandent
Autre - Plein air
“beautiful red sands surround this reservoir. boating, kayaking, beach fun, cliff jumping, and ATV trails. ”
  • 78 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This slot canyon hike is so beautiful and unique it has been featured on National Geographic! The hike starts in Kanarraville which is an 18 minute drive south of Cedar City. Plan to walk up the river the entire hike. Appropriate shoes are a must! It's gorgeous and a great summer trip. You can hike in as far as you like or as short as you like.”
  • 22 personnes du coin recommandent
Lake
“Another beautiful lake in our backyard that's even closer than Sand Hollow. Paddleboard, boat, fish are all fun things to do there. This lake is cooler in temperature than Sand Hollow but still a very refreshing lake in the hot Southern Utah summer! ”
  • 27 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“This 52-acre rustic community park is a rock climber's paradise. From Dixie Rock, also known as the Sugarloaf, spectacular views of downtown, White Dome, Zion National Park and Arizona can be seen. This park has a large trellis pavilion with two barbecues and fire ring, several smaller picnic areas with tables, two with metal trellis pavilions, and a separate fire pit with an amphitheater. Numerous hiking trails provide access to a Boy Scout Cave, historical pioneer cabin location, slot canyons and a connection into the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve.”
  • 19 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Great hiking with beautiful red rock vistas, historic pioneer area, but our favorite is the pools to play in. ”
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This all abilities park for children has a zip line, slides, and a train ride $ This dinosaur themed park has a sensory garden, splash pad, and musical instruments. ”
  • 12 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Trail
“This 52-acre rustic community park is a rock climber's paradise. From Dixie Rock, also known as the Sugarloaf, spectacular views of downtown, White Dome, Zion National Park and Arizona can be seen. This park has a large trellis pavilion with two barbecues and fire ring, several smaller picnic areas with tables, two with metal trellis pavilions, and a separate fire pit with an amphitheater. Numerous hiking trails provide access to a Boy Scout Cave, historical pioneer cabin location, slot canyons and a connection into the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve.”
  • 19 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“The most beautiful and majestic hike around. Take a hike up water canyon and end up in a beautiful slot canyon with a natural pool to cool off in.”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“An oldie but goodie. This mountain bike terrain has trails for the beginner and the advanced. Many technical jumps and drops, but is fun all the way around. ”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“EASY HIKE Riverside Walk Shuttle Stop to Start from: #9 Temple of Sinawava Pets: No Trailhead Location: Adjacent to bathrooms and water refill station. Distance (roundtrip): 2.2 mi / 3.5 km Elevation Change: 57 ft / 17 m Estimated Hiking Time: 1.5 hours Description: Minor drop-offs. Paved trail follows the Virgin River along the bottom of a narrow canyon. Trailside exhibits. This trail is accessible however wheelchairs may need assistance. You must hike this trail to get to the bottom up Narrows route (see below).”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“EASY HIKE Pa’rus Trail Shuttle Stop to Start From: #1 Visitor Center or #3 Canyon Junction Pets: Yes Trailhead Location: Up canyon from the Visitor Center and across the bridge adjacent to the South Campground. This trail can also be accessed from the Canyon Junction shuttle stop. Distance (roundtrip): 3.5 mi / 5.6 km Elevation Change: 50 ft / 15 m Estimated Hiking Time: 2 hours Description: A paved trail that follows the Virgin River from the South Campground to Canyon Junction. This trail is handicap accessible however wheelchairs may need assistance. Trailside exhibits. This is the only trail in Zion National Park that allows both pets (on a leash up to 6 feet) and bicycles. You can access this trail from the Museum (Shuttle Stop #2) by using a short connector trail that is not designed for wheelchairs and not approved for bikes or pets. Bathrooms and water filling stations are available at the Visitor Center.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
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