All 4 x 6 Postcards
Made with an art enhanced photograph of the the trail leading up to Angels Landing in Zion National Par. This hike will lead you to a view that will take your breath away! Previously known as the Temple of Aeolus, Angels Landing is a unique fin-like mountain formation that projects out to the center of the main canyon. The 2.5 mile trail follows the narrow fin to the final viewpoint. The last half-mile of the trail is strenuous and lined with numerous sharp drop offs and narrow paths. Chains to grip are provided for portions of the last half-mile to the top at 5,790 feet (1,760 m).
Explore St. George:
Explore St. George and the surrounding areas with the vast amount of hiking and biking trails. Soak in the beauty, relax and let the scenery refill and rejuvenate your soul.
They are a natural spillway to release excessive water from the Gunlock Reservoir. Since this reservoir is in a desert area, there can be several years with no overflow. leaving this spillway bone dry. When the spillway is flowing it's quite the occasion and attracts many sight seers, hikers and cliff divers to the area.
St. George Tabernacle:
The Tabernacle was designed by Mormon church architect, Robert Folsom. Construction started in 1863 and completed in 1875. The Tabernacle was handcrafted from many local resources in the area, such as limestone, red stone boulders and timber. In the desert water is quite important for livestock and crops. Irrigation water turns were timed to the minute in early St George. The schedule ran 24 hours a day, without the modern unification of time devices, the neighbors' timepieces often differed from one to the next, causing turn issues. In 1872 the Tabernacle’s town clock tower was installed to help alleviate the irrigation time issues. The clock was made in London and shipped to St. George via New York.