Hiking events

Skyfest, Snow Canyon Hike

Skyfest is back, with the popular hot air balloon festival headlining a busy week of events scheduled for St. George and the surrounding area over the next week.

A cold front had daytime temperatures dip into the 40s on Tuesday, but the sun in St. George remained warmer than the rest of Utah and the weather is expected to warm through the week, reaching the 60s weekends and making the area outdoors. more attractive events.

From hot air balloons to hiking to early season gardening, here are some of the sunniest local events scheduled for the rest of the week:

sky party

Check out the colorful hot air balloon launch and Skyfest 2022. Sand Hollow Resort will launch the balloons early in the morning, with an area reserved for viewers to watch from their cars or step out to see the launch area and have a hot drink.

Tickets for the popular event were available online.

If you are going to

Snow Canyon Lava Land Hike

Greater Zion invites the public to explore the lava tubes of Snow Canyon State Park and learn about the geology of the location. Park staff should arrange tours of one of the lava tubes, underground tunnels carved out by ancient lava flows. Space is limited so registration is required.

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Landscape workshop: spring in vegetarian gardening

The Washington County Water Conservancy District is holding another free course for the public. Anyone looking for advice on how to grow a vegetable garden could learn a lot. This class will help address the climate challenges facing gardeners in southern Utah.

If you are going to

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