​​​Book Navigation

     Book organization starts with the Table of Contents.  Under each of the  major trips, there are individual Tours.  For example in Book 1, Trip 1, From St. George, Utah to Zion, there  are 12 individual tours.

     E-books incorporate the latest computer technology by extensive use of external Internet references consisting of web sites, YouTube video sites and photographs for you to visualize these sites.

     When using an e-Book clicking on a Table of Contents Trip or Tour, quickly leaps you to that selection.  Within  that Tour, there are Hyperlinks to other sections within that tour to: 1-Information, 2-Visitor Center; 3-Services; 4-Lodging; 5-Camping, 6-Hiking; 7-Other Tours (Biking, Horse, Rafting, etc.) and 8-Driving Tours.

our passion is traveling and exploring

SOUTHWEST UTAH PARKS

0.   Click  here for: e-Book, Zion only.
1.   Click here for: e-Book # 1 for ALL parks fromZion to Escalante, Utah as shown on Book Cover 1 below.
2.   Click here for: e-Book # 2 for ALL parks from Escalante to Moab, Utah as shown on Book Cover 2 below.    

​       2a.  Note: Click here for a print copy of Books 1 and 2 as a single book.

3.   Click here for: e-Book # 3 ALL parks as shown on Book Cover 3 below.

       3a.  Note:  Click here for a print copy of Book 3


​When you see your selected book on Amazon, click on "Look Inside" to read the first section of the book at no charge.

​​​ Read Kindle on Desktop Computer

     Kindle books can be read on any PC/Mac computer by downloading a free application program  from Amazon using this web site.   Click here to download Amazon app
Book Tour Content

     Our book is a combination of driving, walking, Mountain Biking and other tours such as rafting and horseback riding. Embedded in this text is the enduring history of pioneers who settled here when it was barren, except for native Indian occupation.

Mile-By-Mile Location

​     Your exact location is accomplished by using a meticulous identification of mileposts (poists along the road indicating mileage) located at each mile (1.6km) on every improved road. Where those mileposts are not available, we use actual miles from a designated reference point.