Traveller’s Guide to Exploring Kanab, Utah


Wow, I just got back from spending 30 days in Southern Utah, and let me tell you it’s seriously one of the coolest places in the country! Two friends (Parker and Stephen) and I packed our bags and booked an Airbnb for one month in Kanab. We would work part of the day and the other part we would hit the trails nearby, barely scratching the surface of what this area has to offer.

There are so many trails to explore, like, endless amounts, and seven national parks nearby!

They’ve got some great restaurants, grocery stores with fresh food, and a store where you can gear up for all your outdoor adventures. I can’t even explain how amazing this place is – from the easy hikes to the super cool night sky, there’s just so much to do and see. You have to check it out!


Here’s the insider’s scoop: if you want to skip the crowds in Southern Utah, go in the winter! Usually, there are a ton of people there in the summer – something like 2 million visitors a year – but when we went in the winter, it was pretty empty, even this famous spot called the Narrows trail at Zion National Park.

If you work online from anywhere in the US, please do yourself a favor and consider spending winter in Kanab. It’s not too hot or cold, and you won’t have to wait in long lines or anything like if you visited these famous locations in the Summer.

Trust me; there’s so much cool stuff to see here!

If you’re interested in checking it out, I found this website that has more info about Southern Utah in the winter:

So Where is Kanab, Utah?


If you’re looking for a chill little town to use as a home base while you explore all the amazing stuff in Southwest Utah, you have to check out Kanab! It’s got access to all the state and national parks, hiking trails, and outdoor activities you could ever want. Plus, it’s only about two hours from St. George, so you’re right in the middle of all the action. And don’t worry about needing to buy anything while you’re there – Kanab is growing and has got everything you need.

While you are there you have to make the hour-long drive over to Page, Arizona. This place is pretty lit, with attractions like Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend. There’s no shortage of cool stuff to see and do around Page, you won’t be disappointed.

Parks and Monuments Near Kanab, Utah


Guys, let me tell you, Utah has SO many national parks!

Like, there are a ton of them all over Southern Utah and the rest of the state. We tried to visit as many as we could during our 30-day trip, but there were still some we needed more time to check out.

I’ve got a list of my favorite parks and monuments that we did see, as well as some popular ones that we didn’t get to.

If you’re planning on visiting a lot of parks, you should definitely get a National Parks Pass – it’s $80 but it’ll save you a bunch of money, especially if you’re going to go to Zion or Bryce Canyon more than once.

And if you’re going to be in Utah for a while, you should consider getting the Utah State Park Annual Pass – it’s $150, but it could be worth it if you’re going to be there for a long time.

Alright, let’s get into the best stuff to do in the area!

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

What are the chances I broke my face at the end of this run? High…chances are high 😅

What are the chances I broke my face at the end of this run? High…chances are high 😅

One of the coolest parks we went to in Utah was Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. It was so pretty, but the best part was definitely the sandboarding. You can rent a snowboard for like 20 bucks, wax it up, and then shred down those sand dunes to your heart’s content.

It was so much fun!

I was a little worried about wiping out, but we all made it out okay, even though we were totally covered in sand by the end. We were cracking up the whole time! Even though the weather wasn’t perfect it was still a great f*cking time.

The sand dunes are only 15-20 minutes away from Kanab and you need a day pass to get in. It was a little chilly when we went, but you could totally spend a whole afternoon boarding down those dunes.

If you’re into outdoor stuff, you have to check it out!

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is undoubtedly one of the most impressive national parks in the United States. I was completely blown away by the beauty of this place. From the moment we drove into the park to hiking on the many trails available, there is simply nowhere else like it on Earth.

It’s incredible to see wildlife roaming around within such close proximity as you make your way between the parking lots and trails.

There are two main attractions at Zion that we were fortunate enough to experience: Angel’s Landing and the Narrows. I didn’t make it to the very end of Angel’s Landing because I am a bit afraid of heights.

Each of these hikes requires a half-day or more to complete due to their length and difficulty. After finishing these hikes, we were exhausted and had little energy to do anything else. The entrance to Zion is approximately 30 minutes away by car from Kanab, but it can take a bit longer to reach the parking lots near the trailheads.

Overall, Zion National Park is truly a must-see destination for anyone who appreciates the beauty of the great outdoors.


The Narrows – Zion National Park

My favorite hike in Utah was The Narrows, and it was truly an epic experience. This hike requires you to trek through the Virgin River, meaning that your feet will get wet since the entire hike is in the river. The most popular route to start the hike is from the Temple of Sinawava by taking the Riverside Walk to get there. Then hike up the river before turning around and hiking back to where you started.

Here are a few things you should keep in mind when hiking The Narrows:

  • Dry Bibs: It’s crucial to rent dry bibs from Zion Outfitters for $48 during the winter. We had our adventure on a 30-degree Fahrenheit day, and trust me, without those dry bibs, we would have been freezing! DO NOT DO THIS DURING THE WINTER WITHOUT THEM!
  • Pacing Your Adventure: Take your time during the hike. Treading the slippery rocks of the Virgin River can be quite a workout and you will stumble quite often along the way. Despite a troublesome knee, I made it through the hike. The key is to proceed with caution and move at a pace that suits you.
  • Walking Stick and Early Starts: Using a walking stick while hiking is an absolute clutch move, given that navigating slippery rocks without one can be incredibly risky and tough. An early start to your hike is highly recommended, even in winter when it’s less crowded. Don’t forget to pack your backpack with snacks, water, an extra layer of clothing, and your camera. Plan wisely to keep your pack dry for the entire trek. By avoiding areas where the water reaches close to your bibs’ height, you can easily stay warm and dry.

Angel’s Landing – Zion National Park

I don’t like heights, and the hike up to Angel’s Landing was challenging for me.

However, the entire ascent was breathtakingly beautiful. The final half-mile to the top was impossible for me to do, as there is a chain you have to hang on to while hiking at a slight angle, with no railing or other protective measures to keep you from falling off the edge.

That’s a no for me 😅

Although Angel’s Landing is one of the most dangerous hikes in the country, the views are stunning, especially on the hike leading up to the chained trail.

Here are a few things you should keep in mind:

  • Hiking Footwear: Non-Slip Shoes for Safety
    First things first, deck yourself out in non-slip shoes, particularly if you’re heading to the summit. Traction can be the difference between a leisurely hike and a stressful one!
  • Hike Essentials: Well-stocked Backpack
    Don’t embark on your adventure without a backpack packed with plenty of snacks and water. Once you start up the trail there is nowhere to stock up on anything so keep that in mind.
  • Quiet Reflection: Bringing a Book or Notebook
    Bring along a book or a notebook. Before you reach the chain trail, you’ll find the perfect moment for some peaceful introspection. Jot down your thoughts or lose yourself in a good book. It’s a great way to unwind before tackling the more strenuous part of the hike.


Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Nestled in the heart of Utah, the Grand Staircase-Escalante beckons with its vast landscapes and timeless beauty. This expansive region is a tapestry of ancient rock formations, resembling a grand staircase crafted by nature itself. Beyond its geological wonders, the area is steeped in history, with remnants of ancient civilizations etched into its walls, telling tales of times long past. The narrow, winding paths of Buckskin Gulch and Wirepass offer a thrilling adventure, perfect for those looking to explore nature’s intricate mazes.

This destination is more than just a scenic spot; it’s an immersive experience. Every trail, every canyon, every vista tells a story, waiting to be discovered. Whether it’s hiking through the longest slot canyons or the intrigue of uncovering ancient stories, the Grand Staircase-Escalante offers a unique blend of adventure and discovery. It’s a place where the past meets the present, and nature’s wonders are on full display, promising an unforgettable journey.

And personally, this was one of the most epic hikes of the trip.

This place is massive, spanning over 1.9 million acres. Even if you spent 30 days staying in Kanab, you wouldn’t be able to explore everything. There are countless activities to do here that are simply unbelievable. Although we couldn’t do everything, we had a great time at the places we managed to visit. Here are some quick tips for anyone planning to visit the trails in this area:

  • Be cautious about the vehicle you drive here, as the roads can be rough. It’s uncertain how well a small car, full-size van, or RV would do on some of these roads.
  • Bring plenty of water and food, as once you get out here, there are no places to stop and grab supplies.
  • Plan to spend the entire day wherever you go. Once you arrive, you won’t want to drive back down the rough roads again.
  • If you don’t have proper transportation, consider reaching out to one of the local tour companies. They are generally affordable as a group, and one that we recommend is Coral Cliffs Tours. We rented one of their townhomes, and they were incredibly friendly and accommodating.

The Wave, Arizona, Vermillion Cliffs, Paria Canyon State Park in the USA. Amazing natural background

The Wave

One of the most popular attractions in Escalante is The Wave, but obtaining a pass to see it can be extremely difficult. You must enter a lottery in order to secure a permit, as they limit the number of people who can enter each day. Although this is beneficial for preserving the longevity of The Wave, it’s not ideal for everyone who wants to see it. The lottery takes place daily, and we suggest sending someone from your group each day to sign up. However, even if you enter every day for a week or two, your chances of getting in are still quite low. Nonetheless, I’ve heard that it’s absolutely worth it, and I wish we had been able to secure a permit to experience it ourselves. You can find the Wave lottery information here

A wooden ladder to climb up a steep area on the hiking trail through Buckskin Gulch slot canyon in Utah, United States

Wire Pass to Buckskin Gulch

One of my favorite hikes was the Wire Pass to Buckskin Gulch trail. Although it was a bit long, it was definitely worth the effort. We didn’t manage to complete the entire trail, which runs for around 12.5 miles, but the section we hiked was breathtaking. Buckskin Gulch is one of the most stunning slot canyons in the area, with narrow gorges that are 100 to 200 feet deep and flanked by towering, twisted walls of Navajo Sandstone. The continuously challenging narrows of Buckskin Gulch make it renowned, and there is no other canyon like it in the world.

Wire Pass is the most popular entry point into Buckskin Gulch and is a gorge carved through The Cockscomb by Coyote Wash. Although Wire Pass is short, its narrows are even more confined than those in Buckskin Gulch. It’s an excellent and relatively easy hike through Wire Pass into the famous Buckskin Gulch gorge.

It’s me, Trevor Carlson, at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah.

Arches National Park

Arches National Park is situated about 4 hours north of Kanab, just outside of Moab. The park is famous for its various arches, with Delicate Arch being the largest and most popular. It stands at 65 feet out of an orange bluff and draws visitors from all over the world to view its magnificence. The hike out to Delicate Arch takes around 20-30 minutes, but it’s definitely worth the trip. While you’re there, be sure to check out some of the other must-see arches in the park.

Unfortunately, Devil’s Garden was closed due to ice when we visited, so we didn’t get to see it. You could easily spend a few hours exploring the park before heading back to Moab to hang out for the rest of the day. Just remember not to fly your drone in the park or climb on the arches.


Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon offers numerous trail options for visitors to explore the breathtaking rock formations. It’s truly a marvel of Mother Nature’s work, and hiking the trails or admiring the viewpoints is a must-do activity. Apart from hiking, visitors can also go cross-country skiing in the area, although we didn’t get a chance to try it ourselves.

Bryce Canyon is just a 1.5-hour drive from Kanab and isn’t too crowded, making it a perfect day trip destination.

We went to Bryce Canyon on two seperate days. Hitting up the upper rim on one day as well as the lower hikes on the second trip. The upper rim was pretty cool but hiking through the canyon was an epic adventure.

It’s a must if you head to this part of the world!


Best Parks and Trails Near Kanab

We explored several parks and trails besides the ones mentioned earlier, but those are the ones that I highly recommend. Southwest Utah offers a plethora of activities, and it’s impossible to cover everything even if you have 30 days in the area. However, here’s a list of some of the parks that we didn’t spend much time at but are definitely worth exploring:


Favorite Trails:


Where to Stay and other helpful details.

There are plenty of hotels, AirBnbs, and even a nice long-term townhome to use. We ended up staying at pretty nice place that was a short walk from town and hiking trails surrounding Kanab. You can book with Coral Cliff Town Homes here.

They are my top choice for where to stay for digital nomads in Kanab.

They were very helpful and run their own tour service for those of you without adequate transportation. We ended up switching to stay with them last minute as our Airbnb become unavailable but we were really happy with the switch.

There are over 300 AirBnbs in the area that are priced reasonably for the wintertime in the area, you really can’t go wrong with your options.

The hotels in the area can be found here. They are a bit expensive to stay at solo so would definitely recommend finding a group to travel with here or be willing to shell out some pretty good cash.

If you are doing van life, there are plenty of places to choose from. Whether it’s a public trailhead or parking lot, the people in Kanab seem pretty friendly when it comes to offering up overnight parking.


Kanab is surrounded by stunning natural wonders such as cliff-lined gorges, slot canyons, and rainbow-colored badlands, making it an ideal base camp for exploring the region’s scenic drives. Here are some of the best scenic drives to experience while in Kanab:

Kanab to Page via US Highway 89:

  1. This long drive takes you from Kanab, Utah to Page, Arizona, and offers a diverse landscape of sagebrush-covered flats, colorful sandstone cliffs, and high ridges with juniper and pinon pine. Along the way, you may encounter pronghorn antelope, coyotes, and dispersed ranches. The River Paria Valley Scenic Backway is a must-see along this drive, with the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and its dramatic mesas and canyons being irresistible. To reach the heart of the monument, follow the Cottonwood Canyon Road, and to get to the Wave, take the House Rock Valley Road. The drive east of the highway features colorful cliffs and badlands before crossing over the Colorado River and reaching Page.

Zion Park Scenic Byway via Utah Highway 9:

  1. The Zion Park Scenic Byway follows Utah Highway 9, stretching about 60 miles from Mount Carmel Junction to Hurricane, and offers some of the best views in southern Utah, including deep canyons and soaring cliffs of Zion National Park. Starting in Kanab, take US 89 towards Mount Carmel Junction, which is only a 20-minute drive. Then head west towards Zion via Utah Highway 9. Along this route, Pine Creek Canyon and Checkerboard Mesa are must-see attractions. Additionally, the one-mile-long Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel and a series of zigzags out of the canyon provide a thrilling driving experience.

Enjoy the scenic drives and be sure to take your time to explore the hidden wonders of southern Utah.

Essential Tips for Visiting Kanab

To ensure you have a wonderful time in Kanab, I have compiled a list of essential tips for you that I wish I knew before spending time there. 

Proper footwear 

For this trip, it’s important to pack appropriate footwear. When hiking through slot canyons, crossing streams and ponds, navigating slick rocks, and scrambling over boulders, you’ll want sturdy shoes that can handle the terrain. Additionally, it’s a good idea to bring hiking sandals for hot days.


No matter when you visit Utah, it’s crucial to bring enough water to stay hydrated. The state’s mountains and deserts can get very hot, which can quickly lead to dehydration. Additionally, the dry air can causing you to get a scratchy throat.

Sun protection 

One of the most crucial things to bring on your trip to Southern Utah is sun protection gear. The area is known for its abundant sunshine, so hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses are a must-have to keep you protected from harmful UV rays.


Kanab experiences varying temperatures during the day, with mornings typically being cold or cool. It is important to bring layers of clothing to stay comfortable in changing temperatures.

How to get around 

Exploring Kanab on foot is a treat in itself since it’s a small town with most things you’d want to see or do found right on the Main Street, such as the movie theater and shops. I suggest reserving your car for trips to the points of interest outside of Kanab. Walking is the best way to get around the town, and you can easily explore everything within walking distance.

Transportation (IMPORTANT)

It’s not recommended to drive a low-riding car to many of these destinations. Especially anything in Escalante is going to be a bit bumpy. Keep that in mind when arriving out here. You will need some type of transportation but you can also book a trip with a local company if you need to.

When to Visit Kanab, Utah

Based on my experience and the essential information you need to know about a trip to Kanab, including weather, travel costs, and peak travel seasons, the best time to visit this Southern Utah town is between September and March. 

During the summer months, Kanab experiences hot temperatures, while in winter, temperatures tend to be cooler. Ultimately, the best time to visit depends on your preferences. If you’re looking to soak up the sun, July has the longest days. January tends to be the wettest month in Kanab, but even during this season, rainfall usually occurs only briefly during the day or evening, with most of the day providing good weather for activities.

I really enjoyed the Winter months as it was pretty bare every where we went and we were able to do pretty much anything we wanted without running into a crowd.

During the Summer months you will not be that lucky. There will be a lot of people around. It will be warmer but you will have to fight the crowds.

Where to Shop

There are several very nice grocery stores in town for you to stock up on any fresh food or beverages you need. 

  • Honey’s Marketplace – This is a grocery store that offers a wide selection of fresh produce, meats, and dairy products, as well as beer and wine.
  • Glazier’s Market – Another grocery store that offers fresh produce, meats, and dairy products, as well as a selection of beer and wine.
  • Kanab Creek Bakery – This bakery offers a selection of freshly baked bread, pastries, and desserts, as well as coffee and tea.
  • Sego Restaurant – This restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine using locally-sourced ingredients, including meat, produce, and herbs.
  • Escobar’s Mexican Restaurant – This restaurant serves authentic Mexican cuisine using fresh ingredients, including vegetables and meats.
  • The Rocking V Cafe – This cafe offers a selection of fresh and locally-sourced ingredients, including vegetables, meats, and cheeses, as well as beer and wine.

If you’re looking for a good cup of coffee in Kanab, head to Willow Canyon Outdoor. They not only serve excellent coffee but also offer a wide range of outdoor supplies and an impressive collection of books for sale. We found ourselves stopping by almost every day to stock up on supplies and ask for advice on how to get to certain attractions. Be sure to save the location of this store on your maps when you visit Kanab.

Notable Driving Distances and Times 

There are plenty of driving distances near Kanab and if you have time, you can add them to your itinerary. 

Cities around from Kanab 

Kanab to Rockville Utah – 89 miles 

The distance from Kanab, Utah to Rockville, Utah is approximately 89 miles via UT-9 E. The travel time can take approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes depending on traffic and road conditions.

Kanab to Springdale – 43 miles 

he distance from Kanab to Springdale is approximately 43 miles and the driving time is around 50 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic and road conditions. 

There are several points of interest and scenic stops along the way from Kanab to Springdale. Here are a few:

  1. Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
  2. Zion National Park East Entrance
  3. Checkerboard Mesa
  4. Canyon Overlook Trail
  5. Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel and Switchbacks

These are just a few of the many stops you can make along the way, and there are also numerous pullouts and scenic viewpoints to enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.

Closest Airport to Kanab

The closest airport to Kanab, Utah is the St. George Regional Airport (SGU), which is approximately 80 miles away. Other nearby airports include Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS), which is about 200 miles away, and Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), which is approximately 300 miles away.


Southern Utah is a perfect destination for van lifers with millions of accessible acres of land, numerous dirt roads and plenty of space to spread out. The region offers limitless outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, canyoneering, rafting and climbing, along with unique landscapes not found anywhere else in the continent. Moreover, Kanab and its surrounding areas have diverse ecosystems that offer van lifers endless opportunities for exploration.

But before hitting the open road, there are some things you need to know if you want to enjoy your escapades: 


The number of days needed in Kanab depends on what activities and attractions you plan to visit. If you want to explore the town and its immediate surroundings, one to two days may be enough. If you plan to visit nearby national parks like Zion and Bryce Canyon, it’s recommended to allocate at least two to three days per park to fully experience their wonders. 

BUT if you can stay for a month or two. It’s a great place to kick it during the winter and do a massive amount of exploring and adventuring in the area. You will not regret it.

Prepare for the weather 

Utah can be quite hot, especially during the peak of summer. If you are traveling with a pet, it is important to have air conditioning in your van, as well as some form of shade structure. Additionally, try to park your van at higher elevations where it is cooler.

Winter in Southern Utah is a lot milder, but it is also the least crowded time of the year to visit the national parks. Be prepared to encounter icy and slippery trails as well as snow. It is recommended to pack warm layers, blankets for cold evenings, and traction for your shoes if you plan on exploring the outdoors.

Leave no trace 

Kanab and the surrounding desert are among the most fragile ecosystems in North America, despite being able to withstand harsh winds, extreme temperatures, and drought. The dry climate makes it difficult for vegetation and soil to grow, with some taking thousands of years to fully mature. A single tire track or footprint can cause irreversible damage. 

It’s essential to be vigilant and take extra care to protect this unique and incredible ecosystem so that it can be enjoyed for generations to come. Stick to established trails and campsites, and avoid walking on what could be rare vegetation.

Be self-sufficient 

It’s important to be aware of the limited services in the expansive desert areas around Kanab. Before heading out, make sure to stock up on necessary supplies in Kanab or nearby towns like Cedar City, Rockville, St. George, or Springdale. If you’re uncertain about the distance to the next town or gas station, it’s best to top off your van’s gas tank.

It’s important to note that cell phone service can be almost non-existent outside of towns so download essential information beforehand and pack what you might need for emergencies.

Please do yourself a favor and have a spare tire, a jack, and basic recovery gear before exploring Southern Utah’s rugged terrain.

Best camping Sites near Kanab, Utah 

There are numerous camping options available in the vicinity of Kanab, Utah. However, based on my personal experience, here are some of my top recommendations:

  1. Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – This park has 22 campsites with electric and water hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. The campground is located within walking distance of the park’s famous sand dunes.
  2. Kanab RV Corral – This campground offers full hookups, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. It is conveniently located in the heart of Kanab, close to restaurants and shops.
  3. North Rim Campground – This campground is located within the Grand Canyon National Park, just a short drive from Kanab. It offers tent and RV camping, with access to hiking trails and scenic overlooks.
  4. White House Campground – This campground is located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, just a short drive from Kanab. It offers tent and RV camping, with access to hiking trails and water activities on Lake Powell.
  5. Wahweap Campground – This campground is located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, near the town of Page, Arizona. It offers tent and RV camping, with access to hiking trails and water activities on Lake Powell.
  6. Crazy Horse RV Campark: This campground is located just a few miles outside of Kanab and offers RV and tent camping sites with access to a pool, hot tub, laundry facilities, and WiFi.
  7. Jacob Lake Campground: This campground is located about an hour’s drive from Kanab and offers tent camping sites with access to hiking trails, fishing, and stunning views of the surrounding forests.

These are just a few of the many great camping options in and around Kanab, Utah. Be sure to check availability and reservation requirements in advance as camping can be popular during peak seasons.

So Why Visit Kanab? 

Kanab, located amidst the towering Navajo sandstone cliffs and breathtaking vistas of sagebrush, is the ultimate hub for outdoor adventures and exploration in southern Utah. With just 35 miles separating Kanab from the east entrance of Zion, this world-famous adventure destination offers child-friendly hikes such as Canyon Overlook, Riverside Walk Trail, and Emerald Pools. Kanab is only an hour and 20 minutes away from Bryce Canyon, where you can enjoy a thrilling day trip to the land of hoodoos and hike the popular Navajo Loop trail.

For those planning a trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Kanab serves as an ideal base camp, just 45 minutes away. The Kanab Sand Caves, located just five miles north of the town, offer kid-friendly hikes as well as opportunities to explore the surrounding parks.

Beyond the natural beauty and adventures, Kanab is a desert oasis of culture and color, where vibrant culture and tasty cuisine blend seamlessly with the multi-hued canyons and cliffs. The town has since bloomed into a traveler’s paradise and a popular destination for outdoor travel lovers.

Here are some of the top reasons to visit Kanab:

  1. Natural Wonders: Kanab is surrounded by some of the most spectacular natural wonders in the United States, including national parks like Zion, Bryce Canyon, and Grand Canyon, as well as lesser-known but equally stunning areas like Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.
  2. Outdoor Adventure: With its proximity to these natural wonders, Kanab is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can go hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, canyoneering, horseback riding, and more.
  3. Film History: Kanab has a rich film history and has been the backdrop for many classic western movies and TV shows. Visitors can take a walking tour of the town to see where famous scenes were filmed.
  4. Dark Skies: Kanab is located in an area with very little light pollution, making it a great spot for stargazing.
  5. Small-Town Charm: Despite its many attractions, Kanab still maintains a small-town charm and friendly atmosphere. Visitors can stroll the historic main street, shop for souvenirs, and dine at local restaurants.

Personally, don’t take it from me. This was one of the most amazing 30 day trips I’ve experienced as an outdoorsy person anywhere in the world.

You must try this place out for yourself.

Safe travels and happy adventuring!

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