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We traveled to Kanab from Salt Lake City. As you enter this small quiet town to the left you see the Canyon Lodge in all it’s glory! Boy were we surprised with it’s amazing service, great rooms with robes,free Wi-Fi and even bikes complementary of...More
Canyon's lodge is a beautifully renovated hotel. It sits right on Main Street and is easy to walk or ride the bikes they loan you to where ever you like in town. There are even hiking trails close by. Our room was spacious, clean, comfortable,...More
We stopped here on the way to Zion after visiting the Grand Canyon. We saw an add in a travel magazine talking about how Kanab was a charming town. I'll have to admit, my wife and I were expecting something very different when we drove...More
We spend 5 days in the area, hiking in Zion, Bryce, and around Page. Location was perfect for day trips, and the fridge and microwave were a bonus for packed lunches and evening meals. Staff extremely accommodating - Travis even helped us get the red...More
Looking for an inexpensive place to stay for one night we booked a room at Canyons Lodge. Travis checked us in and offered us a beverage (how nice!) and showed us where our room was. This is a totally space saving room referred to as...More
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Oh, it's a long, long drive from Kanab to Havasupai. You have to drive clear around Grand Canyon National Park and go way west to get to Havasupai. If you look at your map, you'd leave Kanab and take 89 or 89A east or... More
Oh, it's a long, long drive from Kanab to Havasupai. You have to drive clear around Grand Canyon National Park and go way west to get to Havasupai. If you look at your map, you'd leave Kanab and take 89 or 89A east or south, and follow 89. Then drive to the junction with SR-64 (just past Cameron) and turn east to Grand Canyon NP (Desert View.) Drive into the park, then after you reach the village, turn south on 64 and drive to Williams. From Williams you drive west on I-40 to the turn off to Havasupai, which is Indian Route 18. Or, you could drive west from Kanab and pickup 1-15, drive south to Las Vegas and then east on I-40. If you plan to hike to the falls, probably the best overnight spot would be Seligman. I lived at the South Rim of Grand Canyon for several years, so I know this area very well. Good luck!