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The Best-Kept Secret Among National Park Lovers

The tiny town of Kanab, Utah, is perfectly perched within reach of the most iconic sites in the southwest. Three popular national parks – Grand Canyon, Zion, and Bryce Canyon – are one to three hours away by car, and Kanab acts as the gateway to The Wave, a popular red rock formation that resembles a wave in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness.

And while Kanab serves as the perfect home base for exploring these famous sites (and more), it’s still relatively unheard of – in fact, it’s motto is “Magically Unspoiled.” The tiny town of roughly 5,000 people includes athletes and outdoor lovers who can’t get enough of the adventures that await just outside their door. Here’s why they’ve chosen to call Kanab home, and what you, as a visitor, won’t want to miss during your stay. Read more…

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