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Lick Wash Slot Canyon

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Skutumpah Road Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Kanab, UT
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Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon is a quiet, special place off the beaten path just outside of beautiful Kanab. <br><br>The quiet serenity of beautiful colored Navajo Sandstone rocks that have taken millions of years to form will take your breath away and leave you wanting more.
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Laura L wrote a review Jul 2020
Hudson, New Hampshire931 contributions177 helpful votes
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Because of the mangum wild fire, the north rim of the Grand canyon was closed because of access on 89A. Our VRBO host recommended we check out lick wash while we were in the Kanab area. It was definitely a bit of a drive to get our there, but we saw cool things! First, you pass thru Johnson Canyon where there are gorgeous cattle farms amidst green pasture. We saw mule deer out among the sage as the elevation grew. We took a wrong turn down one of the dirt roads and ran into a herd of long, and I mean LONG horn cattle and their calfs. So fun as these animals are HUGE. We passed by Deer Springs Ranch, where we took a spin in. It’s legit, got a couple sodas out of their self pay fridge as nobody was around. When we finally arrived at the parking lot, you cross a small wash and start into the slot canyon. It’s not as great as some of the others we did on our trip, but because of the higher elevation there are ponderosa pine & different kinds of white rock that we hadn’t seen previously, so it was beautiful. There are large pine that have fallen across the canyon and are fun to climb on. We also found a Kangaroo Rat, as well as a little baby squirrel that had fallen into the canyon from high above. This place is remote so you may not see anyone else there, which is NICE. We ran into “Finius the Skinniest” and his lady, Breezy, and talked with them for a bit. Turns out we looked him up & has half a million followers on his video blog FB page where they post about their hikes in the area.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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AndanteNoCal wrote a review May 2020
Northern Cal.18 contributions19 helpful votes
A bit of a drive on a very good dirt road going after going up beautiful Johnson Canyon from Kanab. Easy, beautiful hike. The slots aren't long or gnarly.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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TravelingDeacon wrote a review Nov 2019
Dothan, Alabama672 contributions109 helpful votes
We camped overnight at the trailhead and hiked in the next AM. Had the trail to ourselves. Looks like a mini-Zion canyon, without the crowds.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lingang wrote a review Nov 2019
Henderson, Nevada1,559 contributions158 helpful votes
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From kanab BLM visitor center, drive east on 89 for 9 miles, turn into Johnson Canyon, 15 miles end of paved way, turn right into skutumpah road, 15 miles dirt road you will see a small lick wash trail head sign on right. The narrow is about 2 miles but the trail is 4, so this is a Very good walk of 4-8 miles round trip in a very remote and quite place. Hike in Fall is recommended because it is not too hot.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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wre2018 wrote a review Sep 2018
Tucson, Arizona40 contributions47 helpful votes
This is technically a slot canyon, but rather wide. Easy walking, easy to get to from the Skutumpah Road (there is a small sign by the road). Looks like a spot that ranchers would have used to pen cattle. When we went into Lick, the sun was going down and we saw a large Western Diamondback rattlesnake hunting for dinner. We left when it started to drizzle. A New York City couple, on their honeymoon, also came out with us. However, the husband discovered that he locked the car keys in the trunk and they were stuck (in the middle of nowhere, sun going down, and a rainstorm moving in). We took them back into Kanab, UT, to their hotel. Hope they are still married. If you are looking for something more unusual, drive a bit further north and stop at Willis Creek. The slot canyon there is easy to enter and navigate through, the walls are interesting, and the slot is much narrower.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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