Sand dunes, slot canyons, hoodoo’s, a hidden lake, and ancient Indian ruins all in three short hours!
A short time ago John and I were lucky enough to go on the Peekaboo Slot Canyon day tour with one of our local, family-owned tour companies.
Here is a short video of our afternoon with Kanab Tour Company –
Cory and Tiffany Unsworth moved to Kanab and began their tour business in 2014 . These are some of the nicest folks we have met in Kanab!
ATV tours are just a part of what Kanab Tour Company has to offer.
-They will help you get the very most out of your day at one of our three nearby National parks.
-They will take you boating on majestic lake Powell and then take you to see the iconic Horseshoe Bend.
-They will take you canyoneering into places only a handful of people ever see.
- I just need to make a plug for Nick Smith the Canyoneering guide here – This guy is amazing and I TOTALLY recommend you check/follow his Instagram page – intotheseldom – beautiful and stunning photos of places you are going to be dying to see!
We had such a great time with our Guide and the other folks on the tour. We have been to Peekaboo Canyon a number of times, but never quite as fun as this. We even got to try some sledding sandboarding at the dunes.
“We share a great passion and joy for showcasing the best of this place we call home to the visitors we receive from all over the world.”
I think Tiffany says it best on their own web page – http://kanabtourcompany.com/
“Taking a day tour with Kanab Tour Company means spending a day or an afternoon with your friends or loved ones that’s jam-packed with fun, thrills and adventure. It means hiking through stunning National Parks, indulging in jaw-dropping views, making new friends and even pushing yourself to achieve things you didn’t think you could. Be that hiking to new heights, or navigating an ATV over rugged terrain!”
Kanab Tour Company has had a change of location in the past year or so. Now they are located just as you are headed out of town East on Hwy 89, across the street from the Bureau of Land Management Visitor Center and Wendy’s restaurant.