St. George promoting new website

Published February 26, 2014 8:46 am
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A glance at a new St. George area website shows how travelers to southwestern Utah are enjoying their adventures.

There are stories on the photo upload section describing mountain bike trails, hiking, golf, guided tours, restaurants, Tuacahn, an ATV tour, sky diving and a scenic drive through Snow Canyon.

The St. George Convention and Tourism Office's website , mytrip.atozion.com, is a new web-based itinerary service.

According to the organization, guests can create a free account on the new site. They can then select and add their favorite or newly discovered activities to their agenda.

Categories include dining, culture, adventure, Zion National Park, state parks and family fun.

The website has tabs for activities, creating a new trip, sending adventures to the site to share with others and a my trip planning tool.

Developers said the site is designed to allow travelers to organize activities to plan a weekend getaway or a month-long vacation. As visitors complete their activities, they can return to their planner and collect badges to share their adventures.

In order to promote the site, the St. George Tourism office and SkyWest Airlines' United Express are giving away an all-expense paid trip to the St. George and Zion National Park area. The winner and a guest will receive two round-trip tickets from Denver to St. George, a three-day, two-night getaway with deluxe hotel accommodations, and all of the activities listed in their trip planner.

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