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Kanab Creek is one of the many tributaries of the Grand Canyon. It begins in Kane County, Utah, just south of the watershed to the Great Basin and flows 125 miles (201 km) south to the Colorado River. It passes Kanab, Utah, crossing the border to Arizona near Fredonia. It flows through the Kaibab Indian Reservation of the Paiute people and the 1984-designated Kanab Creek Wilderness, a wilderness area, before its mouth in the Grand Canyon National Park.
- Kanab Creek Wilderness is a 75,300-acre (305 km2) wilderness area located along the Coconino/Mo…
- Area/Length : 8.6 miles round trip Elevation : 5400 - 6000 feet…
- Area/Length : 18.6 miles round trip Elevation : 6000 - 7000 feet This…
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