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Red Reef Hike | Southern Utah

This is such a beautiful hike. Last time we went we turned around right before the best part (we were on a time crunch) so I was determined to make it to the end this time around. There are several hikes in the Red Cliffs State Park. This one is called Red Reef. After the pay station, follow the road back. You will see parking spots, camping spots, and a bridge. The trail head is right before the bridge. You will see a trail marker for Red Reef. I carried our 2 year old in my Lille Baby Carrier. We

Top 5 Pit Stops Along I-15

This morning on Studio 5 we shared our top 5 pit stops along I-15 in Utah. If you are planning a road trip for spring break in the next few weeks, be sure to check out our favorite spots to get out, have a picnic and stretch our legs. Red Cliffs is part of a National Conservation area and charges a $5 entrance fee per vehicle, otherwise these are all fun, FREE places where you can make a quick stop to help break up a long drive. Red Cliffs Hike Meadow Hot Springs Young Living Lavendar Farm Salt Lake City

Feature Friday | Red Cliffs Recreation Area | Southern Utah

Our family loves southern Utah. We enjoyed living in Cedar City for 2.5 years, but due to the busyness of life, we never really took the time to explore the area's awesome outdoor activities. Now we live in northern Utah and find ourselves wanting to go back to the St. George area for vacation every year! There's just something about the red rock and sun that draws us back! This past spring, we enjoyed a day's visit to the Red Cliffs Recreation Area, which is part of a larger National Conservation Area. We chose it for ease of hiking for

Roadtrippin' | Red Cliffs Hike | Southern Utah

The top two photos are from Harmony's trip to Red Cliffs years, like 5 or 6, long before the #ohniceandchubbybabies. She went during March, so we tried to stay out of the water as much as possible. We've since seen photos of people swimming and want to go back! The following photos are from Stephanie's trip to southern Utah with her kids. The trail was kid friendly, they were so excited to see waterfalls, but we must have come at the wrong time of year. The kids(7-9yrs) were pretty excited to see a tree that looked like an elephant. Early
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