Pah Tempe Hot Springs Has a Longstanding History in the Southern Utah Community

Exhausted Hurricane and La Verkin canal workers came to Pah Tempe to bathe and restore their sore muscles after hard days and weeks of difficult and dangerous manual labor upon the steep rocky Timpoweap Canyon walls. Using only hand tools during construction, spanning the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, theirs was a true labor of love and faith!

Pah Tempe used to be called La Verkin Hot Springs back in the days of the La Verkin and the Hurricane Canal constructions. Courageous canal workers and their supportive families were spirited on Continue reading