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$150 Day Trips & Excursions

Grand Canyon and Historic Homestead Tour from St George Utah

You and your party will be picked up in the wonderful city of St. George, Utah right at your hotel or you can meet the shuttle at two locations. The first stop will be at Pipe Springs where you can buy snacks and goodies, and use the restroom. Then away you go on the back country roads of the Arizona Strip! You will ride in comfort while you enjoy the beautiful vistas. You will stop at The Old Dueling Sevens Ranch House, a historic homestead. Then you'll drive the "Bumpy Terrain" to an overlook of the Grand Canyon where you and your group can explore, hike, take photos and eat lunch provided by your tour guide. From there, you can hike to see ancient Indian petroglyphs. Then, after one more beautiful overlook of the valley, your guide will begin the journey back to St. George.

$189 Day Trips & Excursions

ATV Tour- Half Day

This tour rises to an elevation of about 3500 feet with spectacular views of lakes and different mountain ranges, you’ll climb high enough to reach the Major Sand Dunes and have time to do what we refer to as Sand Ballet an experience you will never forget! There is a box canyon you ride through on your way down the mountain that was surly a hiding place for the outlaws back in the day. This tour is a bit of a diggin’ in the dirt tour, however it is your choice if you want to wear that dirt home or not! Each person is at their own comfort level and nobody is ever asked to do anything more than they are comfortable with. Remember we are all about safety and fun!!!! This tour can also be modified easily for the first time or family rides.

$89 Tours & Sightseeing

Petroglyph Tour

During your tour with us you will experience:-Petroglyphs- you will love the Ancient Petroglyphs at Little Black Mountain left over an 8,000 year period by the Fremont, Anasazi and Paiute Indians.-Glitter Mountain- you'll get to explore the Gypsum Mine also known as Glitter Mountain, where you can gather some of your own crystals.-Historical Fort- visit the historical remains of Fort Pearce which served to protect the pioneers during the Utah Black Hawk War.-Dinosaur Tracks- explore Warner Valley Dinosaur tracks where you can compare the size of your shoe with a Eubrontes track possibly made by a Tyrannosaurus Dinosaur. -Come see the amazing red sand dunes, different than anything else on earth.We provide Snacks and Ice Cold water bottlesThings you'll want to Bring-• Sun Glasses• Hat• Jacket (unless it’s the middle of summer)• You'll definitely want a camera• We provide water but if you have other non-alcoholic beverages you’d like to bring we typically have cooler space for them.

$45.67 Outdoor Activities

Hike & Yoga in the Heart of Athens

We'll meet at the Syntagma Square, a very central and easy spot to find and head to the Lycabettus Hill (it can be Philopappou or Pnyka if we like). On the Lycabettus there are multiple routes to choose so the hike can be quite easy or even strenuous if we need a good workout! The hills are sacred and beautiful and the view of the city is astonishing. We will see Athens from up above, have a good view on the historical center and discuss the most important facts about Athens. We will see the beautiful chapel of St George that looks like the churches of the greek islands and take pictures on our way down. Then we will get to the secret spot our yoga class will take place, warm up a bit and go for our practice gazing at the amazing city as it lays on the feet of the hill or head to the amazing gardens of the city to practice next to a pond with goldfish with birds and trees everywhere around us. A nice relaxation part will follow where we will forget a bit about the urban rythm and connect with nature and our deeper selves. As we return we will enjoy some post workout snack and get ready for the rest of the day.

$1495 Kid Friendly

Las Vegas or SLC - 4 Day 3 Night Tour of Zion, Bryce & Kolob Canyon + much more.

ItineraryDay 1: Pick up in Las Vegas and travel to Zion National ParkStop At: Zion National Park, Zion National Park, UtahInside of the Park, we will ride the shuttle service to various points. Guests can choose to take one of many hikes depending on their skill level. Other guests can just relax and read if they so choose. Lunches, water and snacks are provided.Duration: 5 hoursStop At: Cedar City Utah Temple, Cedar City, UtahWe will have dinner at a nice local restaurantDuration: 1 hourStop At: Cedar City Utah Temple, Cedar City, UtahCheck-in to your lodging.Duration: 10 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: You will receive a carry along lunch to eat while in Zion National Park • Dinner: We have several fine dining restaurants in Cedar City. We will transport you to and from one of these restaurants.Accommodation included: We own two Inns in Cedar City that are always rated at a 9.6 or above on the major sites. Unless full, you will be thereDay 2: Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument and Red CanyonStop At: Cascade Falls, Cedar City, UtahAfter breakfast, we head up the mountain toward Bryce Canyon. Our first stop is Cascade Falls. A short hike to a waterfall that is flowing from a cave system. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Red Canyon, Panguitch, UtahAnother quick stop to see some fantastic rock formations. Then we make another quick stop at the gift shop in Rubies Inn.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahWe will visit the information center and then take our vehicle to the end of the park stopping most of the viewpoints. At this point, depending on the guest's ability can set out on any hike they like. The guide can help with these decisions. We eat dinner at a great steak house in the canyon on the way back to our Inn.Duration: 5 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast: Breakfast is served at each Inn before the tours start. • Lunch: Lunch is packaged for the guest to eat while in Bryce Canyon along with water and snacks.Accommodation included: No need to transport luggage every day. You will stay at the same location all 3 nights.Day 3: Frontier Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Ski Resort, Parowan Petroglyphs, RanchStop At: Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, Cedar City, UtahAfter breakfast at the Inn, we travel about 2 minutes to the museum. Relive the pioneer and early industrial history of Cedar City, Iron County, and southwest Utah through an extensive horse-drawn wagon collection, historic buildings, Paiute native camp, sawmill and replica blast furnace.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City, UtahNext we are off to Cedar Breaks to view the majestic rock formations. At 10,000 feet, this is the highest point on the tour. We will stop at several view areas with a short rim trail to stretch your legs. Cedar Breaks is closed during snow months.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Brian Head-Panguitch Lake Scenic Byway, UtahThe tour continues through Brian Head Ski resort and then on down to the City of Parowan where we will have lunch. During snow months, passing this way through Cedar Breaks is closed.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Parowan Gap Petroglyphs, Parowan, UtahSeveral centuries ago Native Americans traveling through the area stopped and pecked designs onto the smooth faces of large boulders found on the east side of the gap. We also will see some dinosaurs tracks.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Cedar City Regional AirportThis stop is at our 600 acre working family ranch. Depending on the time of year there can be 4000 sheep, horses, goats, llama, donkey, and sheep dogs. Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City, UtahThe Tony and Emmy award winning Utah Shakespeare Festival runs from late June through late October and the 3 theaters are one block from our Inns. They rotate 9 plays, usually 4 Shakespeare and 5 non-Shakespeare (including musicals). You have time this night to see an 8 pm play if you desire. The Neil Simon Festival runs during the month of July. This is not part of the tour and you would purchase tickets on your own.Duration: 1 hourMeals included: • Breakfast: Breakfast at the Inns. • Lunch: Lunch is usually at a diner in Parowan, Ut. Depending on weather, we could be at a different location. • Dinner: This is the only meal we do not provide. This allows you the restaurant of your choice. We will provide transportationAccommodation included: You will stay 3 nights at one of our 2 Inns in Cedar City unless full. No need to pack up and move over and over again.Day 4: Kolob Canyon and Snow Canyon to Las VegasStop At: Kolob Canyons, Zion National Park, UtahAfter breakfast we will pack up and start back toward Las Vegas. Just 15 munites away is Kolob Canyon which is the northern entrance to Zion. The 2 entrances are not connected. A short scenic drive through the canyon along with some hiking if desired.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Snow Canyon State Park, UtahSnow Canyon State Park is a 7,400-acre scenic park quietly tucked amid lava flows and soaring sandstone cliffs in a strikingly colorful and fragile desert environment. Duration: 1 hourPass By: Las Vegas Downtown, Las Vegas, NevadaWe will drop you off at your location along the strip usually between 4-5 pm.Meals included: • Breakfast: Breakfast at the Inns. • Lunch: Lunch in St George, UtahAccommodation included: You will stay 3 nights at one of our 2 Inns in Cedar City unless full. No need to pack up and move over and over again.

$150 Day Trips & Excursions

Arizona Strip Homestead Tour

The Arizona Strip, to the north of the Colorado River, beckons with its red-rock canyons dotted with sagebrush, which flourish in arid climates. This tour gives you the opportunity to explore the Arizona Strip and enjoy its scenic backdrop for great pictures and wildlife. You will view the awesome vegetation on this life-giving mountain in the middle of the dessert and see where the timber for the St. George temple was harvested. You will also learn how early pioneers traveled the rugged terrain to bring the materials to St. George. This tour is approximately 6 hours and a sack lunch will be provided.