One reason for extending our stay in Kanab was to get a spot on a guided tour at White Pocket Recreation Area, situated in the Paria Wilderness within Vermillion Cliffs National Monument. Some parts of this vast and unusually beautiful area in southern Utah are remote and isolated, and just getting to them on unmaintained backcountry roads can be as […]
Adjusting future stops and extending our stay here in Kanab was a good decision, as it was a place where we wanted to (and still want to) spend more time. The weather was perfect, and fortunately J&J RV Park was able to accommodate our request to extend.
On our drive down from Jacob Lake to Kanab we were presented with a view of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. We could actually discern the series of plateaus that descend from Bryce Canyon (the top “stair” at over 9,000′ elevation). It’s followed by the other vertical drops at the Pink Cliffs, Grey Cliffs, White Cliffs, Vermillion Cliffs and Chocolate […]
Bluff is a great home base for several adventures in the area, all surrounded by incredible scenery. As I mentioned in my last post, this was our second visit here and I’d published two posts of our previous explorations a couple of years ago: Let’s Take a Drive – a post about scenery that kept me saying, “it’s a wow here !” […]
Bluff, Utah is an unassuming, sparsely populated little town in the southeastern corner of Utah. Although seemingly in the middle of nowhere, it’s surrounded by opportunities for adventure. Along with John and Pam, and Dave and Sue, we totally agree this is a place worthy of repeat visits. Not that we wouldn’t happily meet up with these fine folks anywhere in […]