Kanab is a small town situated in the “Grand circle” area. Nearby attractions include Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. I have been there before, briefly. It is such an amazing area that I even considered this time to rent an apartment or a room so that I could spend more time there.
Well, actually, I am now glad I didn’t stay there as I originally thought. Not because the area isn’t wonderful, but due to lack of good road leading to those areas! Most of the areas are so remote and wild, it requires a four-wheel drive to get in. “Even a four-wheel drive may get in trouble”, a ranger at the visitor center said as he shook his head looking at my car. The roads are mostly muddy or icy. It is really a shame. Even from far, I can imagine how spectacular the areas are. “The Wave”, one of very famous natural wonders in the southwest, is amongst the area, yet too far away for me to reach.
The pictures here are taken from the side of the road, not too far away from Kanab.
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