Why You Should Add Belly of the Dragon to Your Bucket List

Although Utah is the Beehive State, you could call it the Land of Red Rocks or the Land of Canyons.

Source: Escape Campervans

Utah is proud of its hard-working settlers, but the stunning sandstone landscape is what captures the hearts of travelers. Interestingly, one of these unique sandstone formations is artificial.

The Belly of the Dragon is a sandstone drainage tunnel under Highway 89 in Utah. This artificial tunnel is a unique attraction in a state of natural wonders.

The constant water running from the upper canyons has shaped the interior sandstone walls, making them uneven over time.

How Was the Belly of the Dragon Made?

From Highway 89, turn left if driving from the south. Turn right if driving from the north. You’ll head onto a dirt road at mile marker 80.

How Do You Get to Belly of the Dragon Utah?

The Belly of the Dragon isn’t a place you should go out of your way to visit, but it’s among numerous unique attractions in this part of Utah.

Other Unique Places to Visit Near Kanab, Utah

Across the Arizona border is a stunning natural phenomenon of wavy sandstone. The bands of red, pink, yellow, and white sandstone are remarkable.

The Wave

About nine miles north of Kanab is Peek-A-Boo Canyon. The sandy trail leading to Peek-A-Boo, or Red Canyon, is best to travel via ATV.

Peek-A-Boo Canyon

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