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Here’s the link to my list of places in Utah.

And a list of Kane County related posts:

Kane County, named for Col. Thomas L. Kane, a friend of the Mormon settlers. Its county seat and largest city is Kanab.



Kane County, Utah

A list of the cities in Kane County from the County’s website.

Known as “Utah’s Little Hollywood” for its western movie history, Kanab is Kane County’s largest area of population, as well as the county seat.
Population*: 4,312
Elevation: 4,925 ft.
Founded: 1870

Nestled in northern Kane County’s high elevations, the tiny town of Alton occupies a scenic peaceful valley, not far from Bryce Canyon.
Population*: 119
Elevation: 7,041 ft.
Incorporated: 1984

Big Water
Minutes from the shores of Lake Powell, Big Water is surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.
Population*: 475
Elevation: 4,100 ft.
Incorporated: 1984

Duck Creek
Located on Kane County’s Cedar Mountain, Duck Creek offers year-round activities for the whole family.
Elevation: 8,474 ft.

Glendale is located on scenic Highway 89, at the northern end of Long Valley. An entrance to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is right in the center of town.
Population*: 381
Elevation: 5,800 ft.
Incorporated: 1935

Mt. Carmel
Mt. Carmel, at the junction of highways 9 and 89, is the gateway to Zion National Park’s east entrance.
Elevation: 5,192 ft.
Established: 1865

Orderville, initially established under the direct order of Brigham Young, has a rich history which is treasued by modern residents.
Population*: 577
Elevation: 5,250 ft.
Established: 1870