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Slot canyons, easy, north Arizona, south Utah

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Maybe we're dreaming, but we're four seniors, 64 to 76, with bad knees, backs (and brains), who would love to stroll into a slot canyon that is easily reached from the road and requires very little climbing. In mid-Sept., we're going from Vegas, to Sedona, to Chelley, to Monument, and along 12 to Capitol Reef, Anasazi, Escalante Bryce, Zion, and end up in St. George. I see many beautiful slots, but not enough info to tell me if we beat-up old characters could manage them. We'd only want to walk a short way in. So is it an idle dream, or anybody know of a reachable slot (or two). Thanks so much. Brennan

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