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(Salt Lake Tribune) Popular southern Utah hiking being trail ‘loved to death,’ town says


Located just north of Zion National Park, Kanarra Creek Canyon has become one of Utah’s busiest hiking destinations, but the two-mile trail to a slot canyon and waterfalls also introduced at least 40,000 people to Kanarraville’s watershed last year.

“It’s being loved to death,” Ence said. “Last year was over the top. Nobody could believe it. On Labor Day we estimated 3,000 people. It was a parade of people.”

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