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Old 04-20-2019, 08:16 AM   #1
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Southern Utah route

Planning a trip early May for southern Utah with 40' 5er. The route I've selected is below. Has anyone done this or see any problems with the route.
Flagstaff to north on 89 to Page, Ar.
Page to west on 89 to Kanab, Utah
Kanab to north on 89 to Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon to north on 89 to east on 24, to south on 95,
to south on 276 to Bullfrog, Utah
Bullfrog to north on 276 to north on 95 to north on 24 to east on 70,
to south on 191 to Moab
Moab to north on 128 to 70 east

Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Old 04-20-2019, 08:59 AM   #2
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We've been along most of that route. There were no problems.

When in Page, AZ, do not miss seeing the Antelope Canyon. There is an Upper and a Lower, we've seen both, and both are definite bucket list items.

The first picture was taken by me in the Lower canyon, the second picture was taken by our guide for me in the Upper canyon.

Just south of Page is the Horseshoe Bend in the Colorado River. This is a scenic spot often seen in pictures from this area.
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Old 04-20-2019, 12:24 PM   #3
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These canyons require reservations, I think. And maybe only allow 15-20 people a day??
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Old 04-20-2019, 01:53 PM   #4
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When we saw the Lower one in the fall of 2014, we just showed up and got in. When we saw the Upper one in June, we had a reservation.

We took a 61 day trip from Eastern Ontario, Canada to California, up to Olympic National Park, over to Vancouver Island, and back through Canada. I had reservations for everything I was able to get reservations for. This included campsites, tours, ferries, etc. It worked out very well.

They don’t charge you for the reservation at Antelope Canyon, but if you fail to show up an hour before, you will lose your reservation. We stayed at a campground in Page the night before, then brought the trailer with us to the canyon, and after the tour we drove to the Grand Canyon. They have a big parking lot with a special area for buses and big rigs.
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