We are planning a trip this summer and hoping to get to Zion, Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon north rim. I was wondering if anyone knew the distance time to each of these from St. George, Utah.
I stay in St. George the first night and the next day, we go to Zion NP, Bryce NP and then on to Torrey, Utah through the Dixie Forest. We stay at the Torrey Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast. The next day we go to Capital Reef NP and on to Hanksville and south to Monument Valley staying at Gouldings Lodge. The next day we go the the Grand Canyon South Rim and then back to Phoenix the last day. This is a week trip. I find the North Rim covered with pines. I like the South Rim.
MHN4121 has great advice! If you stay at the Courtyard Marriott (St.George), reserve a top floor room. Most of the noise noted in reviews (including my review) involve ground floor rooms. The couple we travel with had no issue on the top floor.
From St George, Utah as the starting point... Zion National Park is about 40 minutes. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is about 2 hours and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is about 5 hours. I actually prefer the North Rim because it is higher in elevation and up in the pines. Bryce Canyon National Park is a little over 2 hours. Its probably a lot to do from St George as a home base. I would recommend starting at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon (they have some fun cabins there)... from there, St George would be a good intermediate point. Then go up to Zion Ntl Park to stay in Springdale... the La Quinta and Cable Mountain Lodge are great places to stay there. Then, from there, I would go up to Bryce Canyon. If you can get a room, Ruby's Inn is great there. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any more questions. We do weekend trips to Southern Utah and Moab quite often.
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