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Kanarraville Falls | Adventurin' | Hikes

This is one hike everyone should/could do in their life at least once. We've hiked with kids from ages 1-12 on this hike, so we know if can be done for all ages! The trail starts out long, steep and hot but once you get pass the dirt road and up to the water tower there is more shade cover, you start hiking alongside the creek, and the scenery becomes much more exciting. Be sure to wear shoes that you can get wet. You can't really avoid it. My favorite part of the hike is when you enter the canyon
If you had half a day in Zion National Park with kids | Adventurin' harm Mon, 11/30/2015 - 13:06
If you had half a day in Zion National Park...what would you do? Even with the snow on the ground, there is still plenty of hiking to be done! I found myself asking that question on Halloween Day. We were down visiting family and really wanted to visit Zion. My husband and I hadn't been to the main entrance of the park for years and years, so we felt it was the perfect time to go since it wasn't blazing hot. We thought it was going to be cold, so we all packed long sleeves and jackets. Luckily, it ended

Kanarraville Falls | Adventurin' | Hiking

When you go to Southern Utah, you have to go on at least one hike while you are there, it is a rule I think. Those red rock mountains are just too beautiful to pass by without making a stop. Having gone to college in Cedar City, we’ve done tons of hiking around the area and the Kanarraville Falls hike was always a good one. I love Angel’s Landing and The Subway and some of the big ones in Zion National Park, but this one is a little shorter and less of an undertaking with kids in tow, is just
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