A stock image shows the top of Angels Landing in Zion National Park near Springdale, Utah | Photo by evenfh/iStock/Getty Images Plus
ST. GEORGE — Southern Utah is famous for its bright red cliffs, winding slot canyons and spectacular landmarks many of which adorn the backs of postcards in gift shops. But among the millions of tourists who visit Utah each year to check some national parks off their bucket lists or take pictures for Instagram, there are a few people who didn’t have anything nice to say about some of Southern Utah’s most iconic outdoor destinations.
While the majority of the state parks, national parks and landmarks in Southern Utah are flooded with hundreds of raving 5-star and 4-star reviews remarking how breathtaking these places are, here are 10 reviews from Google and TripAdvisor users who found something to criticize.
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A stock image shows Zion National Park, Utah | Photo by Bartfett/iStock/Getty Images Plus
A stock image shows Cedar Breaks National Monument at sunset, near Brian Head, Utah | Photo by Sara Edwards/iStock/Getty Images Plus
A photo shows part of Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah | Photo courtesy of Utah.gov, St. George News
A stock image shows Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park in Kane County, Utah | Photo by TheBigMK/iStock/Getty Images Plus
A stock image shows the Thor's Hammer formation at Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah | Photo by teps4545/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News
Quail Creek State Park, Hurricane, Utah, Oct. 18, 2017 | File photo by Sheldon Demke, St. George News
A stock image shows stars over Zion National Park | Photo by adogslifephoto/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News
A stock image shows Jacob Hamblin Arch in Coyote Gulch in Grand staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah | Photo by kojihirano/iStock/Getty Images Plus
An undated photo shows the sun setting over Red Cliffs National Conservation Area in Washington County, Utah | Photo courtesy of Bureau of Land Management, St. George News
A stock image shows the Temple of the Sun at Capitol Reef National Park | Photo by kojihiano/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News
Ed. note: This story was originally published in St. George News’ June 23, 2018, edition.
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