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  • Marble Canyon, Arizona

    Explore Paria Beach

    5.0
    The area directly below Lee's Ferry campground is known as the Paria Riffle and Beach. The Paria is a small river that feeds into the Colorado River just north of the campground. Just park at the campground parking lot next to the river and walk a short distance to the sandy beach area where you ...
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  • Kane County, Utah

    Hike and Swim through Labyrinth Canyon

    3.0
    4 mi / 500 ft gain
    This hike is a perfect day activity from boating/houseboating/camping Lake Powell. We were houseboating by Gunsight/Cookie Jar Buttes and boated across the bay to Labyrinth Bay. We jumped out when the canyon became too narrow for the ski boat and swam the slot canyon.  Wear your life jacket. I ha...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Explore Canyon X

    5.0
    1 mi / 100 ft gain
    Canyon X is just a little further than Antelope if you are coming from page. If you want to avoid crowds and tour buses, check out the three incredible caves Canyon X has to offer. There is only one company that does Canyon X tours as it Native owned. You can make a reservation here.  When you...
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  • Marble Canyon, Arizona

    Explore the Cliff Dwellers in Marble Canyon

    4.0
    0.5 mi / 0 ft gain
    The Cliff Dwellers is a unique tale that takes place the same year Prohibition began. Bill & Blanche Russel were driving through Marble Canyon when their automobile broke down. After several attempts to fix it, they found themselves camping overnight.  As the sun rose the next day, they ironi...
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  • Marble Canyon, Arizona

    Hike to the White Pocket

    5.0
    4 mi
    White Pocket is extremely difficult to access due to the road leading to it. There are sections with very deep, soft sand going uphill! You must have a high clearance 4WD vehicle and air down your tires to have any hope of making it here. Do not take this lightly, a tow bill will cost you a minim...
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  • Marble Canyon, Arizona

    Night Photography at White Pocket

    White Pocket is a remote outcropping of sandstone formations in Vermillion Cliffs National Monument similar to the famous "Wave". Unlike The Wave, a permit isn't needed to visit, but you will need a high-clearance 4WD vehicle with good tires; alternatively, you can hire a 4WD tour service in near...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Hike to the Toadstools Hoodoos

    5.0
    1.8 mi / 141 ft gain
    Located just off of the side of the US-89 highway between Springdale and Page (about 40 miles east of Kanab) you'll probably drive right past this park and have to pull a u-turn (I did!), but it's worth the stop! Keep your eyes out on the North side of the highway for a little parking lot with a ...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Hike to the Nautilus

    4.3
    0.5 mi
    Like the submarine in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, Jules Verne called it "A Masterpiece Containing Masterpieces." The Nautilus, what some say is shaped like a corkscrew or a sea shell, is a white sandstone formation with multiple colors, shapes and textures. This makes it a great place ...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Hike through Paria Canyon

    5.0
    14.94 mi / 846 ft gain
    No matter how far you plan on hiking, it is ideal to get an early start so you aren’t hiking too long under the desert sun. There is no shade on this hike except for the shadows offered from the steep walls of the canyon, so make sure you bring sunscreen! From the very start, you’ll get your fee...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    The Wave via Coyote Buttes North

    5.0
    5.41 mi / 755 ft gain
    The hike to the Wave is 2.5 miles (one-way). When you arrive, take in the sandstone showing incredible striations of red, orange, pink, yellow, and beige. Please note that this adventure is only accessible by obtaining a permit. Only 20 visitors are allowed access per day with 10 permits given on...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Wire Pass Slot Canyon

    4.6
    3.75 mi / 325 ft gain
    Wire Pass is a hike through a scenic slot canyon that is often overlooked due to its close proximity to the very famous Wave. Unlike the "Wave" a permit is not required to make the hike, only a day use fee at the trailhead. Be sure to check local weather for rainfall and please do not go on this ...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Hike Buckskin Gulch, Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness

    4.6
    15 mi
    Buckskin Gulch is a natural wonder. At 15 miles long it is the longest slot canyon in the world. It sometimes is as narrow as 2ft. Because of the nature of this canyon and Utah topography this canyon is subject to deadly flash flood if it rains anywhere along the headwaters. Be sure to check in w...
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  • Marble Canyon, Utah

    Hike the Buckskin Mountain Passage from Stateline Campground on the Arizona Trail

    8 mi / 1400 ft gain
    Depending how you approach this 800 mile trail, I did the first 4 miles or last 4 miles as an out and back from Stateline Campground on the Utah/Arizona state line and the border of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. This section of the trail does not pass through Vermilion Cliffs N.M. b...
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  • Kane County, Utah

    Reflection Canyon

    5.0
    15.24 mi / 1368 ft gain
    Backpacking Reflection Canyon is not for the faint of heart. It's an intense, challenging hike that takes you through slot canyons, climbing up and down shifty sandstones and traversing rugged terrains and ravines. Although the elevation gain is almost nothing, the up and down climbs from one rav...
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  • Kanab, Utah

    Explore Pahreah Ghost Town

    5.0
    Pahreah was a townsite established along the Escalante River in 1870's. The town grew to include a general store, church, and enough homes to house 47 families at its peak. Due to the close proximity to the Escalante River, the town was flooded every year from 1883 to 1888, washing away crops and...
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  • Kane County, Utah

    Hike to Broken Bow Arch

    4.7
    6.28 mi / 732 ft gain
    The trailhead starts at the Willow Gulch Trailhead, located just off of Hole in the Rock Road in the Grand Staircase -Escalante National Monument. The coordinates for the trailhead are 37.324812,-111.023019. To get there head east on highway 12 out of Escalante, Utah until you get to Hole in the ...
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