Soar into a hiker’s paradise when you fly to a jet charter airport in Kanab, Utah. Located in the far southern Kane County along the Arizona border, Kanab is home to around 5,000 people living under the iconic red rock that towers over the town.
When you fly to Kanab, Utah, you’ll arrive at the Kanab Municipal Airport. When your jet touches down, you’ll feel the apparent isolation so many travelers to this desert outpost seek.
While it sits off the main interstate, Kanab is perfectly located to see everything southern Utah and northern Arizona have to offer. A short drive from multiple national parks, including Lake Powell and the iconic Grand Canyon, nature lovers are at home here.
The sparse sandstone landscape gives way to adventurers looking to explore the desert on their own terms. Lace up your best hiking boots and head to Buckskin Gulch for the world’s deepest and longest slot canyon. When you make your way out, hop in the car and head to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon for breathtaking vistas unlike anything else on the planet. And, for the traveler looking to take the scenic route and enjoy their journey, the road is full of short hikes and scenic bypasses.
When the weather is sour or your legs too tired from Buckskin Gulch, visit the museum at Moqui Cave. Built in a red rock cave just five miles out of town, this unique natural history museum is full of Indigenous artifacts and dinosaur tracks.