Kanarra Creek Canyon, USA: located just north of Zion National Park and less then 1mile east of Kanarraville, Utah. Kanarra Creek Canyon is a beautiful Canyon and is very interesting to hike, it has few obsticles along the way. They usually can be overcame with an improvised ladder that isn't always present (importent to bring your own basic climbing gear since the quality of the climbing-aid varies from year to year).
Southern Utah sports five showoff national parks, and that brings up a question for time-crunched travelers: Which should I see? Zion’s cliff-enclosed canyon? Hoodoo-filled Bryce Canyon? Capitol Reef’s soaring rock faces? A carved plateau at Canyonlands? Funky formations at Arches? My solution: I set a course to visit them all in one road trip.
Horseshoe Bend, Colorado River absolutely GORGEOUS This bend in the Colorado River is getting plenty of attention from those looking for the Grand Canyon. It is located approximately 140 miles from both the South Rim and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon – but only 5 miles from the beginning of Grand Canyon National Park. You can experience Horseshoe Bend when traveling from Rim to Rim via Highway 89/89A by simply taking a short 18 mile excursion towards Page, Arizona.