The Inn at St. George 

National Monuments

cedar breaks

Cedar Breaks NM

Cedar Breaks sits at an elevation of approximately 10,000 feet and is accessible only during summer and early fall months when the snow has not covered the roads. 
Cedar Breaks over view much like those seen at Bryce Canyon National Park. There are several viewpoints along the road between Brian Head Ski and Summer Resort and Scenic Highway 14. 
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grand staircase rock formation

Grand Staircase ENM

The largest and one of America's newest National Monuments, the Grand Staircase covers a large area between Lake Powell (Glen Canyon), Bryce Canyon National Park, Capitol Reef National Park and Kanab, Utah. The Grand Staircase offers many trails into remote slot canyons, waterways and plateaus.
Main access to the monument is had in five locations:

1- Kanab (Johnson Canyon)
2- Glendale
3- Cannonville
4- Escalante
5- Boulder

Pipe Spring National

Pipe Spring is an early fort constructed along the trails between St. George and Kanab, Utah.  Initially constructed as a protection from unsettled Native Americans it is now a monument to the life-style of the early west. 
Located about 15 minutes from Fredonia, Arizona (west) on highway 389, next to the Kaibab Native American Reservation.