V12E7: Traversing the Dixie Corridor

This GPS dataset focus mainly on exploring the lower elevations in southern Utah, near the city of St. George. It commences in Dixie National Forest, where I explorer a well-traveled through road and its subsequent spurs, highlighting numerous viable campsites along the way. This landscape is mostly high-desert with some small streams, rocks, and a good bit of vegetation. It also explores the vast BLM area west of St. George, which is a barren desert with minimal vegetation and a sprawling network of dirt roads. The track demands high clearance four-wheel drive where it descends into the Virgin River narrows. Features a scenic canyon hike.

Please tread lightly, pack out your trash, and treat every single one of these locations with the utmost respect.