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Utah/Arizona

The Best of Utah's Grand Circle of Parks and Monuments

Explore some of the most impressive geological formations in the world with experts as you discover Utah’s Grand Circle. Plus, sail Lake Powell and learn about Navajo culture.
Program No. 2814RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,499
Utah/Arizona

The Best of Utah's Grand Circle of Parks and Monuments

Explore some of the most impressive geological formations in the world with experts as you discover Utah’s Grand Circle. Plus, sail Lake Powell and learn about Navajo culture.
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,499
Program No. 2814 RJ
Prefer to enroll or inquire by phone? 800-454-5768
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Please Note:
The itinerary for this program is different on certain dates.
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Activity Level: On Your Feet (4)
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Apr 5 - Apr 15, 2021
Starting at
2,499
May 3 - May 13, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Sep 9 - Sep 19, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Oct 14 - Oct 24, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Activity Level: On Your Feet (4)
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Apr 5 - Apr 15, 2021
Starting at
3,159
May 3 - May 13, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Sep 9 - Sep 19, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Oct 14 - Oct 24, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Activity Level: Keep the Pace (14)
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Apr 15 - Apr 25, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Apr 22 - May 2, 2021
Starting at
2,499
May 6 - May 16, 2021
Starting at
2,499
May 13 - May 23, 2021
Starting at
2,499
May 27 - Jun 6, 2021
Small group
Starting at
2,999
Aug 30 - Sep 9, 2021
Small group
Starting at
2,999
Itinerary Note

This date visits the Grand Canyon's North Rim instead of Antelope Canyon.

Sep 6 - Sep 16, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Sep 16 - Sep 26, 2021
Small group
Starting at
2,999
Sep 20 - Sep 30, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Sep 27 - Oct 7, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Oct 7 - Oct 17, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Oct 11 - Oct 21, 2021
Small group
Starting at
2,999
Oct 21 - Oct 31, 2021
Starting at
2,499
Activity Level: Keep the Pace (14)
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Apr 15 - Apr 25, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Apr 22 - May 2, 2021
Starting at
3,159
May 6 - May 16, 2021
Starting at
3,159
May 13 - May 23, 2021
Starting at
3,159
May 27 - Jun 6, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,659
Aug 30 - Sep 9, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,659
Itinerary Note

This date visits the Grand Canyon's North Rim instead of Antelope Canyon.

Sep 6 - Sep 16, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Sep 16 - Sep 26, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,659
Sep 20 - Sep 30, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Sep 27 - Oct 7, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Oct 7 - Oct 17, 2021
Starting at
3,159
Oct 11 - Oct 21, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,659
Oct 21 - Oct 31, 2021
Starting at
3,159

At a Glance

With expert instruction, explore the world’s greatest concentration of national parks and monuments, known as the “Grand Circle” — Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as Dead Horse Point State Park, Grand Staircase-Escalante and Rainbow Bridge National Monuments, Lake Powell Reservoir and Monument Valley. Learn about the amazing geology up close, and uncover the story of the indigenous human history through a visit with the Navajo. Experience a corner of the world with landscapes and cultures unlike any other!
Activity Level
Varies by date
Varies by date. ON YOUR FEET – Walking 1 mile daily over varied terrain. KEEP THE PACE – Walking at least 1-2 miles daily over varied terrain with options for various fitness levels. Elevations up to 8,200 feet.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Discover five national parks and three national monuments, each exquisite and full of natural wonders.
  • Explore the breathtaking slot canyons and sandstone walls of Antelope Canyon or enjoy world-renowned vistas from the Grand Canyons North Rim during a short hike (varies by season).
  • Sail on Lake Powell past towering canyons to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the world's largest known natural bridges.

General Notes

Select dates are designated for small groups and are limited to 24 participants or less. Transportation on this program is usually by full sized motorcoach, with about 40 participants.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Wildflowers Of The Desert Southwest
by Meg Quinn
Field guide to 80 of the most common flowers of the Chihuahuan, Mojave and Sonoran deserts.
General Reference
by See list below
A Naturalists Guide to the Canyon Country, David B. Williams. 2000. A wonderful Falcon Guide that uses fine artwork and pictures to introduce the geology, flora, fauna and history of the Canyon Country. Four Corners: History, Land and People of the Desert Southwest, Kenneth A. Brown, 1996. Great information about the region. Desert Solitaire, Edward Abbey. 1968. A season in the wilderness is a celebration of the beauty of living in a harsh and hostile land. Edward Abbey was a seasonal Park ranger in Arches National Monument. Cadillac Desert, Marc Reisner. 1986. The story of the American West is the story of a relentless quest for a precious resource: water. The definitive work on the West’s water crisis.
Books about History
by See list below
Heart of the Desert Wild, Greer Chesher, 2000. Award winning book about the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument (GSENM). It covers a variety of topics from geology to history. The photography and design of this book are outstanding and remains the definitive book on the GSENM. A Roadside History of Utah, Cynthia L. Bennett. 1999. Compelling stories of Utah’s exceptional people. Utah’s History, Richard D. Poll. 1989. A more in-depth and statewide focus on history. Hole-in-the-Rock, David E. Miller, 1995. If you want to learn more about one of the epic pioneer journeys in American History this is the book. It is area related and is a good read for those interested in history. Highway 12, Christian Probasco. 2005. Popular with travelers along Highway 12. It features a unique look at the history, people and their perspectives on this very special corridor. Outlaw Tales of Utah, Michael Rutter, 2002. True stores of Utah’s most famous robbers, rustlers and bandits.
Geology
by See list below
Geology – a Golden Guide, by Frank H.T. Rhodes, 1991, St. Martin’s Press, N.Y. Geology of Utah’s Parks and Monuments, Sprinkel et. al. Utah Geological Association, 2000. Contains geology papers on 25 parks and monuments of Utah (644 pages). Written for a geologist. Utah‘s Spectacular Geology, Lehi Hintze, 2005 The geologic story of Utah’s landscapes and how they came to be. A Traveler's Guide to the Geology of the Colorado Plateau, Don Baars, 2002. A comprehensive guide to the Colorado Plateau. The Practical Geologist, Dougal Dixon, Raymond Bernor, 1992 This book is a great introductory guide to the basics of geology. Great diagrams, pictures and is well written. Geology Underfoot in Southern Utah, R. Orndorff, R. Wieder, D. Futey, 2006 A hands on book about getting out among the rocks. Explores 33 sites in Southern Utah. Tells of ancient eruptions, deserts, seas, swamps and movements of massive rock units over eons. Beyond the Visible Landscape, W. Kenneth Hamblin, 2004. A unique book that consists of a series of panoramic photographs taken from the air. Focuses on the fundamental features of the landscape. Contains excellent diagrams & descriptions of the geology in the photographs.
Geology (specific)
by See list below
Ron Kay’s Guide to Zion National Park, Ron Kay, 1995 A complete guide of Zion National Park by one of Road Scholar’s own instructors. Shadows of Time: The Geology of Bryce Canyon National Park, Frank Decourten, 1994 A book with breathtaking photographs, well written on the geology of Bryce Canyon N. P. and surrounding high plateaus. Water, Rock, & Time: The Geologic Story of Zion National Park, Robert Eves, 2005. This book is so nice you may want to leave it on the coffee table. Zion National Park: Towers of Stone; by J.L. Crawford; Zion Natural History Association, Springdale, Utah, Fourth Edition 2002. Carving Grand Canyon, Wayne Ranney. 2005. A synopsis of ideas and theories that geologists have developed over time about the carving of the Grand Canyon. This story is told in an engaging style that non-scientists will find inviting. Canyonlands Country, Donald Baars, 1993. Geology of Canyonlands and Arches National Parks.
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11 days
10 nights
27 meals
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DAY
1
Check-in, Program Registration, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
St. George
D
University Inn

Activity note: Hotel check-in from 3:00 p.m.

Afternoon: Program Registration. Our Group Leader will be waiting in the University Inn lobby to register participants upon arrival. You will receive your room assignment, room key, and welcome packet containing your name-tag and up to date schedule that reflects any last minute changes. Orientation will take place after dinner. If your arrival is delayed, please ask for your packet when you arrive. The University Inn is about 6 blocks (1 mile) from the Dixie State University Campus. We’ll transfer via motorcoach to campus for dinner.

Dinner: In our private meeting room at Dixie State University, we'll enjoy a delicious welcome banquet featuring a buffet, plus coffee, tea, water.

Evening: We’ll then return to the hotel for the rest of our evening programming. Orientation. The Group Leader will lead everyone in a welcome and introduction session. We will review the up-to-date program schedule and any changes, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Transportation will be provided primarily by motorcoach unless otherwise specified. Be sure to bring a daypack, water bottle, sun protection, sturdy walking shoes and anything else you think you will need during our hikes in the desert. Durations of hikes vary depending on the group. This program has a Group Leader who will deal primarily with logistics, an Instructor who lead most field trips and lectures, and a bus driver who will accompany us throughout the program. Some days offer choices in the length of hikes and, in the event that participants wish to go on different hikes, each smaller group will be led by either the Group Leader or Instructor. Evenings at leisure offer opportunities to make the program more meaningful and memorable through personal independent exploration, engaging in available activities on your own, or simply relaxing and making new friends among fellow participants. The Group Leader will always be happy to offer suggestions. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may change due to local conditions/circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Continue getting to know your fellow Road Scholars, settle in, and get a good night’s rest for the full day ahead.

DAY
2
Snow Canyon State Park & Area History
St. George
B,L,D
University Inn

Activity note: Walking up to 2 miles on sandy, uneven, and rocky trails with a max elevation change of 100 feet. Getting on/off motorcoach for short drive to Snow Canyon State Park.

Breakfast: At the hotel, the breakfast buffet includes hard boiled eggs, hot and cold cereals, fruit, yogurt, pastries, toast, coffee, tea, milk, juice and water.

Morning: At the University Inn, we’ll gather with our instructor who will present a lecture on the geology, ecology, flora and fauna of Southern Utah. Through this presentation, we’ll gain a greater understanding of the incredible formations we will explore during the week. We’ll then begin our adventure with a field trip via motorcoach to Snow Canyon State Park where our instructor will introduce the area’s geology on a short hike to a viewpoint along the rim where we'll soak in the beauty of the scenery and notice the exquisite red and white sandstone cliffs, rolling mounds of petrified sand dunes and lava (basalt) rock formations. We will transfer via motorcoach to Dixie State University for lunch.

Lunch: At a local restaurant, choose from an expansive selection of local favorites on the buffet. Fountain drinks, coffee, iced tea and water are included.

Afternoon: Returning to the Inn we’ll be treated to an informative presentation by an expert archeologist on the prehistoric civilization of Southwest Utah, followed by a field trip via motorcoach to visit local petroglyph sites.

Dinner: At a local restaurant, enjoy a plated meal with choices including fish, chicken, steak or vegetarian options. Coffee, tea, and water are included. Other beverages are available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
3
Zion National Park & Emerald Pools
Bryce Canyon National Park
B,L,D
Ruby's Inn

Activity note: Walking 1-2 miles; mostly paved trails, some uneven and slippery terrain, maximum elevation change of 200 feet. Elevation of Zion is approximately 4,000 feet. Driving approximately 130 miles total throughout the day: Saint George to Zion is approx. 45 miles, about 1 hour; Zion to Bryce is approximately 85 miles, about 2 hours.

Breakfast: Hotel buffet.

Morning: Setting out from the University Inn, we will travel via motorcoach to Zion National Park. Upon arrival we’ll explore various trails to include Lower Emerald Pools. Our instructor will provide information about the Virgin River and Zion Canyon’s geology and plant habitat along the way.

Lunch: Boxed lunch that includes a sandwich, chips, fruit and cookie.

Afternoon: We’ll continue our exploration as we travel via motorcoach to the east side of Zion National Park and through the 1.1 mile long Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel that was eventually completed in 1930, thereby linking Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon to Zion. Along the way, we will view Checkerboard Mesa and continue to Bryce Canyon National Park. Upon arrival in Bryce, Utah, we’ll check into the hotel and have some time to relax before dinner.

Dinner: At Ruby's Cowboy Buffet & Steak Room, we’ll enjoy a buffet dinner with choices including a variety of classic western meat dishes, fish, vegetables, cornbread, soup and salads with coffee, tea, soft drinks, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Be sure to prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
4
Hike Bryce Canyon, Grand Staircase, Anasazi State Park
Capitol Reef National Park
B,L,D
Red Sands Hotel

Activity note: Walking up to 2-3 miles in Bryce Canyon; uneven, unpaved trails with steep inclines and declines of about 350 feet; elevation is approximately 8,000 feet at the rim of Bryce Canyon. Driving about 160 miles total, approx. 3 hours with stops: Bryce to Escalante is about 48 miles, 1 hour; Escalante to Torrey, Utah, is approx. 112 miles, about 2 hours.

Breakfast: At Ruby's Cowboy Buffet, choose from dishes including fresh fruit, yogurt, assorted baked goods, hot and cold cereals, an egg dish, breakfast meats, potatoes, coffee, assorted teas, juice, milk and water.

Morning: After checking out of our hotel, we’ll travel via motorcoach a very short distance to Bryce Canyon National Park. Bryce is world-renowned for its unique geological features, carved by nature into hoodoos, pinnacles and fins of an amazing palette of colors. We'll hike with our instructor along the rim and into the canyon, via the Navajo Loop trail, to view the iconic structures and formations. We’ll then transfer from Bryce to Wild West Retreat in Escalante, Utah.

Lunch: At the Wild West Retreat, we’ll enjoy a tasty Dutch oven buffet meal consisting of favorite local dishes and dessert with soft drinks, ice tea, lemonade and water.

Afternoon: We’ll then depart for a scenic drive along the famed All-American Road, Highway 12, through a portion of the Grand Staircase to Anasazi State Park where we will view Ancestral Puebloan ruins and enjoy a presentation by an archeologist about the area’s history of human settlement. We’ll continue along Hwy 12 to Torrey, Utah, where we will check into the hotel.

Dinner: At a local restaurant, we’ll enjoy a plated meal with dessert and coffee, tea, soft drinks, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
5
Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
B,L,D
Red Sands Hotel

Activity note: Walking up to 3 miles total throughout the day; about 3 hours; dry streambed terrain in Grand Wash, short walks on boardwalks at the Petroglyph Panel. Driving about 20 miles one way; approx. 1/2 hour.

Breakfast: At the hotel, the buffet includes eggs, potatoes, oatmeal, yogurt, fruit, breakfast meats, waffles, toast, juice, tea and coffee.

Morning: We’ll transfer via motorcoach to Capitol Reef National Park, where we will begin our day with a hike of the Grand Wash and view towering cliffs of sandstone as we walk through the upper portion of the Waterpocket Fold. The wash connects the Scenic Road as it heads south past Cassidy Arch, to Highway 24 just east of Spring Canyon. The wash is level throughout the entire route, though it is full of streambed sediment. We'll return via motorcoach to a park near the Capitol Reef Visitors Center for lunch.

Lunch: At the park, we’ll have boxed lunches that include a sandwich, chips, fruit and cookie.

Afternoon: We'll then drive a short distance to Petroglyph Panel to view rock art attributed to the Fremont Culture, which existed in this area of Utah from approximately 600 – 1300 C.E. Our instructor and Group Leader will point out and describe the petroglyphs found along the boardwalk. We’ll then return to the hotel to rest before departing by motorcoach for dinner.

Dinner: At a local restaurant, we’ll have a plated meal with dessert and coffee, iced tea, and water available; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Be sure to prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
6
Powell Museum, Dead Horse Point, Canyonlands National Park
Moab, Utah
B,L
River Canyon Lodge

Activity note: Walking up to 1 mile total at Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands. Drive from Torrey to Moab is approximately 155 miles, about 3 hours.

Breakfast: Hotel buffet.

Morning: We’ll travel by motorcoach to the John Wesley Powell Museum in Green River, Utah, where we will have time for independent exploration of this world-class museum that captures the spirit of the famous, determined Western explorer. It’s also a fitting introduction as we approach the Colorado River that Powell first explored and mapped in the 1870s.

Lunch: At a local restaurant in Green River, we’ll enjoy a buffet with soups, salads, various choices of entrees, fruit, dessert, soft drinks, lemonade, coffee, tea and water.

Afternoon: Continuing by motorcoach, we’ll go to Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands National Park to view a variety of unusual rock formations along with deeply eroded canyons interspersed with sheer-sided mesas. Upon reaching Dead Horse Point and hiking with our instructor to the viewpoint we’ll be able to see nearly 100 miles with the mighty Colorado River below. We’ll then travel to our hotel in Moab and check in.

Dinner: This meal has been excluded from the program cost and is on your own to enjoy what you like in downtown Moab. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions.

Evening: At leisure. You may wish to explore Moab and see what activities the town’s nightlife has to offer or just relax at the hotel.

DAY
7
Arches National Park Geology Field Trip
Moab, Utah
B,L
River Canyon Lodge

Activity note: Walking 2-3 miles throughout the day; groomed trails with some elevation change. Minimal driving.

Breakfast: At the hotel, the buffet includes eggs, potatoes, oatmeal, yogurt, fruit, breakfast meats, waffles, toast, juice, tea and coffee.

Morning: We'll travel by motorcoach to Arches National Park, which contains more than 2,000 natural stone arches along with red rock canyons, spires, fins and balanced rocks. While here, you will be able to choose from a variety of hikes including an instructor-led hike to Landscape Arch as well as independent hikes to Double Arch and the many arches found in the Windows section of the park.

Lunch: On the trail, we’ll have boxed lunches including a sandwich, fruit, chips and cookie.

Afternoon: We’ll continue exploring the park as we drive to the Delicate Arch Overlook and the Visitor Center. Delicate Arch is the most iconic arch in Utah and possibly the most beautiful arch in the world. After having some time to admire the arch and continue to the Visitor Center, we will peruse the exhibits and park video on our own before boarding the motorcoach and returning to the hotel.

Dinner: On your own to explore the local fare in downtown Moab.

Evening: At leisure. Be sure to prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
8
Edge of the Cedars Museum, Monument Valley
Lake Powell - Page, AZ
B,L,D
Lake Powell Resort & Marinas

Activity note: Walking up to 1 mile in museums and visitor centers. Drive from Moab, Utah, to Lake Powell, Arizona, is approximately 280 miles; about 4.5 hours with a stop for lunch in Monument Valley.

Breakfast: We will take a short walk as a group to a local restaurant and order a full hot breakfast off the menu that includes omelets, waffles, pancakes, scrambled eggs and more. Coffee, tea and juice included.

Morning: After checking out of the hotel, we’ll travel to Blanding for independent exploration at the Edge of the Cedars Museum. This museum has the largest collection of intact Ancestral Puebloan pottery found in the Four Corners of the U.S. as well as archaeological sites and repository.

Lunch: At historic Goulding’s Trading Post in Monument Valley, staffed by local Diné (Navajos) and the shoot location of many classic Western movies, we’ll enjoy traditional Navajo foods, soup and salad bar, or sandwich. Coffee, tea, soft drinks, water included.

Afternoon: Our next stop will be the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Visitor Center where we will learn through independent exploration about Navajo culture, tradition, language and history from the perspective of the Navajo people. The exhibit displays are a combination of pictorial information, interactive media and actual artifacts. Subjects include a unique exhibit on the WWII Navajo Code Talkers, the Navajo Nation government structure, the history of uranium mining in the area, and the legacy of Hollywood films in Monument Valley. We’ll then continue to Lake Powell and check into hotel.

Dinner: At Lake Powell Resort, we’ll enjoy a choice of plated entrees from a select menu with dessert, plus soft drinks, lemonade, coffee, tea, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
9
Cruise Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge National Monument
Lake Powell - Page, AZ
B,L,D
Lake Powell Resort & Marinas

Activity note: Walking up to 2 miles; unpaved trails at Rainbow Bridge; 100 foot change in elevation. Getting on/off a boat; the lake cruise is about 2.5 hours each way with indoor/outdoor seating, and restrooms on board.

Breakfast: At the hotel, the breakfast buffet includes choices such as fresh fruit, yogurt, breakfast breads and meats, eggs, potatoes, hot and cold cereals, assorted pastries, coffee, tea, juice, water.

Morning: After a short walk from hotel lobby to the boat ramp, it’s “Anchors away!” as we cruise to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the Natural Wonders of the World. Enjoy the lovely scenery from Lake Powell as we enjoy our cruise aboard a large boat with a professional captain and recorded commentary playing on provided headsets. Complimentary drinks and snacks provided.

Lunch: On our return trip aboard the boat, we’ll have our boxed lunch that includes a sandwich, chips, cookie and fruit. The boat provides complimentary water, coffee, lemonade, fruit and granola bars.

Afternoon: Upon reaching the dock, we’ll disembark and enjoy a little bit of free time before transferring by motorcoach to a Navajo village for a fascinating glimpse into the Navajo history, culture and traditions via music, crafts and dance presented by Navajo tribal members.

Dinner: At local restaurant, we’ll enjoy a choice of plated entrees from a select menu, with soft drinks, lemonade, coffee, tea, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Be sure to prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
10
Antelope Slot Canyon
St. George
B,L,D
University Inn

Activity note: Walking up to 1 mile in Antelope Canyon; sandy trails. Drive from Page, Arizona, to St George, Utah, is approximately 150 miles; about 3 hours, with one rest stop in the afternoon at the Grand Staircase Visitors Center in Kanab, Utah.

Breakfast: Hotel buffet.

Morning: After check-out we’ll depart for Antelope Slot Canyon, the most photographed slot canyon in the Southwest, and embark on an expert-led hike of Upper Antelope Canyon upon arrival. The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tse' bighanilini, which means "the place where water runs through rocks." Located within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation, Upper Antelope is an awe-inspiring slot canyon with narrow sandstone walls that rise 120 feet above the sandy trail. Discover why this beautiful canyon has rightly earned its world-renowned reputation.

Lunch: At a local restaurant, we’ll have a choice of plated entrees from a select menu with coffee, soft drinks, ice tea, lemonade and water.

Afternoon: Afterwards, we’ll make our way back to St. George, Utah, and check into the hotel.

Dinner: In Dixie State University's banquet room, we’ll enjoy a lovely farewell buffet dinner with coffee, tea, water.

Evening: At leisure. Share some of your favorite experiences from the program with new Road Scholar friends! Be sure to prepare for check-out and departure in the morning.

DAY
11
Program Concludes
St. George
B

Activity note: Hotel check-out by 10:00 a.m.

Breakfast: At the hotel, the breakfast buffet offers choices including hard boiled eggs, hot and cold cereals, fruit, yogurt, pastries, toast, coffee, tea, milk, juice, water. This concludes our program.

Morning: If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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