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moderate hikes for the whole family to extensive challenges for the experienced hiker. If hiking the courses while retrieving golf balls isn’t enough, make sure to schedule extra time for “extra-curricular” hiking!


Biking Go biking anywhere in the world and you


won’t find trails or scenic roads more spectac- ular than in this area. The Green Valley Loop, Gooseberry Mesa and other trails are becom- ing some of the best rated places to ride in the West. If you want smoother scenic rides, St. George City offers 30 miles of paved bike trails along rivers, through canyons and around red rock. If you don’t have room to throw your bike in with the golf clubs, there are bike rental shops in St. George and Springdale that will be happy to outfit you with equipment and maps for a “two-wheeled” scenic ride of your life!


Guided Tours Besides golf, what is your passion? Rock climbing? Photography? Rappelling? ATV? Per- haps you’ve always wanted to skydive or take a powered parachute or ultralight flight.Well, you are in luck—the opportunity to take a “time out” to enjoy more than one fancy is at your fingertips. There is no better way to take in some of the most stunning scenery in the country!


Dining Buffalo steaks, sizzling seafood, black and


bleu burgers, pick your own pasta, Belgian waf- fles or bumbleberry pancakes—take your pick for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With the wide variety of eateries—both locally owned and franchised—you can relish (or remorse over) today’s scorecard in a bar and grill, sandwich café, bountiful buffet or quiet restaurant. Ask the hotel front desk for an area dining guide.


Art Galleries & Museums Perhaps it is the natural beauty of the area


Destination Spas If more of a rejuvenating or a soft adventure


retreat is what you had in mind, schedule your golf package around one of our destination spas. These well known spas offer a wide variety of ser- vices and experiences.


Hiking There is no better way to see such stunning


scenics than on foot. Smell the desert bloom and listen to the sound of wildlife. Experienced guides can take you into hidden canyons and high plateaus where few people are ever lucky enough to step foot. The wide variety of trails will fill the bill from


that draws photographers and other artists to the region in large numbers. Whatever the case may be, make sure you take a short scenic drive out to Kayenta—an art community that features studios, galleries, labyrinth, cafes and a coffee house. The St. George City Art Museum hosts well


known traveling exhibits as well as local and re- gional artist’s collections throughout the year. Art, historical, wildlife and dinosaur tracks—

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