Beautiful place to hike. Close to Kanab AND Page. Pretty far off the beaten path. Nice clean rest room. Not crowded. Add this pretty hike to your to do list.
On the way back to Kanab from Lake Powell we took a chance and drove off road, very brave for us softie Brits, unused to off road driving. It was fine, the scenery is amazing, it was too hot to hike on to the old town site, but we got as far as the old movie sets and took lots... More
We visited the Page, AZ to Kanab area in April and learned quite a bit about where we want to go next time we visit. I had originally planned to spend most of my time in the Nat'l parks, but found that they are so strictly managed, and the weather so uncooperative, that we couldn't camp where we wanted to... More
My family visited this canyon on a four-wheeler trip. It was the highlight. This is a beautiful area with plenty to observe.
It is very hard to get a permit. But keep trying. We tried to get permits 3 times at the Station in person. It is very disheartening to here the guy next to you win a spot when you've tried so ofter. I heard a German woman had been there all week trying to get a permit. My recommendation would... More
being a western movie fan I wanted to see the Outlaw Josey Wales movie set, we drove there and hiked to the "set", seems vandals burned down the original and this one in it's place is crap, don't waste your time
Paria is a beautiful place, near Lake Powell. You have to drive on dirt road, but once you are at the bottom of the canyon, you will see that it's worth the drive. Take time to read the plaques about the history of this place.
Not really a trail. I have followed the Paria all the way to the Colorado river at Lees Ferry- a walk of about 38 miles . I have also hiked down Buckskin wash and out the Paria. Best to avoid extremely hot days.
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