30+ Wheelchair Friendly Trails in Utah

One of the most common questions we get is whether a trail is wheelchair friendly. We are so excited to share with you over 30 trails that are accessible to wheelchairs. We want everyone to have the chance to experience the outdoors, especially in our great state of Utah. We hope…

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24 Amazingly Easy Toddler Hikes in Utah

One of the most frequent questions we receive is, "What is the best hike for my toddler?" This was the exact reason we wanted to start sharing our adventures. When our kids were all young, we found it hard to get good information about anything to do in Utah. Times have…

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Bell Canyon Lower Waterfall

We love waterfalls. If you follow us on Instagram, you might know that we started Waterfall Wednesday, which features one hike to a waterfall for every week of the summer. One of the waterfalls that we’ve always wanted to visit is Bell Canyon Lower Falls. However, we have saved it until…

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Belly of the Dragon | Kanab

Belly of the Dragon is a short, dark, man-made tunnel located between Orderville and Kanab. This is an entirely unique adventure that requires almost no hiking. The adventure does require a short scramble down slick rock, so it is not accessible to everyone. We loved walking through the Belly of the…

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Sand Dune Arch | Kanab

Sand Dune Arch is large free-standing arch near Kanab. It is not to be confused with the more famous Sand Dune Arch in Arches National Park, which is much better known. This arch is unique and you can walk right underneath. Sand Dune Arch near Kanab requires a short walk through…

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Kanab Sand Caves | Moqui Caverns

The Kanab Sand Caves, also known sometimes as the Moqui Caverns, are an old sand mine that is easily visited along US-89 north of Kanab. Yes, you read that correctly, this area was used as a sand mine, procuring the desert sand for use in glass making. Though it would have…

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