Getting to Greater Zion

Airport/Driving​

FLY TO ST. GEORGE

The beautiful St. George Regional Airport (SGU) has flight service via Delta, United, and American. Direct flights or connections are available year-round through Phoenix, Denver and Salt Lake City.

Shuttle service, taxis, and rental cars are available from the St. George airport.

Airport/Driving​

FLY TO VEGAS

There’s international access to the area by flying direct to Harry Reid (Las Vegas) International Airport (LAS) – which sits just two hours to the southwest of St. George. Once you arrive in Las Vegas, you’ll have a beautiful two hour drive to St. George, which takes you right through the towering canyon walls of the Virgin River Gorge.

Shuttle service, taxis, and rental cars are available from the Harry Reid International Airport.

DRIVE TO ST. GEORGE

For those who drive, St. George is on Interstate 15 – a major highway that connects directly to Las Vegas (2 hours) and Los Angeles (6 hours). Salt Lake City is just 4 hours to the north. I-15 connects with Interstate 70, which stretches east all the way to Baltimore.

DRIVE TO ST. GEORGE

The map below highlights the major Interstates that connect directly to St. George or to I-15. Las Vegas (2 hours) and Los Angeles (6 hours) to the southwest. Salt Lake City is just 4 hours to the north. I-15 connects with Interstate 70, which stretches east all the way to Baltimore.

Bringing a bike?

On travel to the IRONMAN event, we strongly suggest shipping your bicycle using IRONMAN-partnered shipping service TriBike Transport. The cargo space on the aircraft into the St. George, Utah Airport (SGU) is limited and this race will have nearly double the number of athletes from previous races. TriBike Transport specializes in caring for IM athlete equipment, and has committed to ensuring timely arrival of your bicycle for the event.

Use the button below to visit the TriBike Transport sign up page for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

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