National Park Express will offer a new daily shuttle from Kanab to Bryce Canyon and back beginning Wednesday, September 19th. 

National Park Express continues to increase regional connectivity for locals and visitors by offering additional routes from as far as Los Angeles, Phoenix and Salt Lake City with many connections in between. Kanab is of particular interest to this Flagstaff-based company. “Kanab is the perfect basecamp for visitors to stay multiple nights and connect to the national parks and nearby attractions,” said David Huang, President of National Park Express. “We love Kanab and we’re interested in expanding routes in and out of Kanab in the future.” 

“This shuttle not only offers a great option for visitors to access the area, it also expands the options for locals to connect in and out of town,” Camille Johnson, Executive Director Kane County Office of Tourism. “While we look to grow tourism in the county, we are always considering the impact on locals. It is important to protect and enhance the local quality of life.” 

National Park Express began offering a daily route from Las Vegas to Kanab and onto Page and back in April. This route and the new Kanab to Bryce route will be offered daily, year-round. 

The new pick up and drop off location for Kanab is Denny’s Wigwam located at 78 East Center St. This offers easy access to central Kanab and an easy connection for lodging and day tours. The shuttle from Kanab to Bryce will leave Denny’s at 10:30 a.m. and return at 4:30 p.m. Guests must make advance reservations. 

The prices range from $45-$55 per person between Kanab and Bryce Canyon. To purchase a ticket or to get a price quote for connecting fares call (702) 948-4190 or go to nationalparkexpress.com.