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Click here to see maps of our location. The Grand Staircase area spans 1.7 million acres and was designated a National Monument in 1996. This area was one of the last explored in the country and was first explored by Europeans when Spanish Padre Silvestre Velez de Escalante led an expedition here in 1776. The Grand Staircase is actually a series of geologic formations between the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Glen Canyon and the Aquarius Plateau. The town of Escalante Utah at the western end of the national monument, is also named for this early explorer. Escalante annually celebrates a 20th century artist and wanderer in the region by the name of Everett Ruess. We enjoy warm summers and mild winters so any time of the year is perfect for your visit to the Slot Canyons Inn.