A cool breeze and neat rock formations were just what I needed. (I'm totally loving the little double arch in the background) 😍 This has been a stressful week, and it was so nice going on a quick trip to enjoy exploring somewhere new and totally loving the outdoors. Pioneer Park is such a neat little spot in Saint George, Utah. It's free, and I could spend hours hiking and bouldering here. It's near some really neat places and a great pitstop to shake your legs if you're traveling.
#52HikeChallenge2018#Hike2of52#HikerBabesOrg100#JourneyTo100#Hike34 of 💯
Elevation 3693 ft.
#RedCliffs Nature Reserve
#SaintGeorge , #Utah
Long time no see 🙈
1-saab vist aru küll kui palju pikem ma enamus asiaatidest olen.
2-ma olen siin usinalt juba poolteistkuud trennitanud ja eile oli mul kaasvõitleja ka olemas💪
3-olge mureta... isegi siin kaugel teisel pool maalera tunnen ma justkui oleks talv. Just eriti tööpäeva hommikuti kui pean olema külmruumis nii 2-4 tundi, kus on kõige rohkem 2 kraadi sooja 🌬❄️
Red Cliffs Conservation Area by @strangeperspectives
See the Dino tracks?
The approximately 45,000 acres of public land in the Red Cliffs NCA are located in south-central Washington County. The towering Pine Valley Mountains and Dixie National Forest lie to the north, while the communities of Ivins, Santa Clara, St. George, Washington, and Leeds ring the National Conservation Area (NCA). The NCA is an important component of the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, a multi-jurisdictional land base that has been collaboratively managed by BLM, the State of Utah, Washington County, and local municipalities since 1996 to protect populations and habitat of the threatened Mojave Desert tortoise and other at-risk native plant and animal species.
The conservation area's 130 miles of non-motorized trails provide world-class recreational opportunities while protecting crucial habitat. It encompasses two wilderness areas, the Red Cliffs Recreation Area, the Red Cliffs Campground, over a hundred miles of non-motorized trails, as well as heritiage public use sites.
Despite its location on the urban interface, the NCA lands are rugged and provide few amenities. Many visitors have underestimated this desert environment making errors in estimated travel times, water needs, and various other factors that affect their safety and well-being. Always take the time to adequately prepare for your outing.
"You never know what peace is until you walk on the shores or in the fields or along the winding red roads of Prince Edward Island in a summer twilight when the dew is falling and the old stars are peeping out and the sea keeps its mighty tryst with the little land it loves.” - L.M. Montgomery | Happy Islander Day! 🏞 | 📸: @theredheadroamer