Monthly Archives: May 2019

Traveling to Lander, WY

Lander, WY Saturday morning dawned with bright sunshine lighting up the snow on the mountains overlooking Provo, UT.  We pulled out of Utah Lake State Park a bit after 9:00 heading north on I-15.  After just a few miles we … Continue reading

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Cottonwood Trail Hike – Then On the Road North

Kanab, UT For what turned out to be our last hike in Kanab we  headed just south of town to the Cottonwood  Trailhead.  To get there we drove south on US-89A less than a mile from the traffic light and … Continue reading

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North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Kanab, UT With a cool, wet, windy day predicted for Kanab we decided to take a drive south to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, a drive of about 80 miles one way.  We left Kanab and headed south … Continue reading

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Mansard Petroglyphs Trail

Kanab, UT Just a few miles east of Kanab is a nice hike to an interesting alcove containing a panel of ancient petroglyphs, called the Mansard Panel.  The hike is just under five miles out and back and presents a … Continue reading

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Peek-a-Boo Canyon

Kanab, Utah One of the highlights of a visit to Kanab is a trip to nearby Peek-a-Boo Canyon.  Sometimes called Red Canyon on maps, this beautiful slot canyon is a .7  walk out and back through a narrow slot filled … Continue reading

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South Fork Indian Canyon and Hidden Lake

Kanab, UT South Fork Indian Canyon, located just a few miles northwest of Kanab, contains an alcove along a steep cliff with a nice display of pictographs painted between 452 AD and 62 BC.  The trip to the alcove involves … Continue reading

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The Toadstools and Lick Wash

Kanab, UT A few years ago  Linday, a blog follower from England, wrote and said she and husband Neil would be visiting the U.S. and would be traveling through the same town as us.  We took advantage of that opportunity … Continue reading

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