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Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands National Park Private 4x4 Tour

1. Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands National Park Private 4x4 Tour

Folks visiting the parks on their own typically only see what is alongside the pavement road ─ this private 4x4 half-day trip will let you explore both the paved sections and backcountry of Canyonlands National Park. Enjoy complimentary snacks and water during your trip. If you’re looking to get the most out of your national park experience in Moab, this adventure tour is just what you're looking for. You’ll discover hidden gems, hear stories, and leave feeling like you missed nothing. Venture through the backcountry of Canyonlands National Park (Island in the Sky District) alongside a personal guide while on board a 4x4 backcountry vehicle with heat and air-conditioning for a comfortable ride no matter the season. Learn all about the parks, history, and geology of the Moab area as you explore hidden, off-road spots. Your guide will point out arch formations and other towering landscapes along the way. Some of the sights you’ll see include Potash Mine, Shafer Trail, Musselman Arch, Ancient Indian Petroglyphs (Rock Carvings), Thelma and Louise Point, and breathtaking canyon views. Since this is your own private tour experience, you can choose to stop for photos at any point. 

Moab: Edge Of Canyonlands National Park Helicopter Flight

2. Moab: Edge Of Canyonlands National Park Helicopter Flight

First, arrive at Canyonlands Field Airport in Moab to check-in for your private helicopter tour. After a safety briefing, you will board your helicopter and depart the airport for your amazing scenic tour. Shortly after departing the airport, arrive at the tall spires of Determination Towers and the expansive Gemini Bridges. On your way to Deadhorse Point State Park, see several arches and Thelma and Louise Point, where the final scene of the movie was filmed. After taking in the expansive views of Deadhorse Point, you will fly to the eastern side of the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park and see the Colorado River winding through the canyons. Fly down Kane Creek Canyon and, if the weather permits, dip below the canyon walls. Next, fly into the Behind the Rocks Wilderness before heading to the amazing Castleton Tower. If you're on the 45-minute tour, you will head back to the airport. On the 60-minute tour only, your pilot will then fly over the world-famous Hell's Revenge Jeep Trail where you will see jeeps galore and the Colorado River canyon. On the way back to the airport, see the massive Corona Arch, Jeep Arch, and Uranium Arch along the way.

Moab: Off-Road Hell's Revenge Trail Private Jeep Tour

3. Moab: Off-Road Hell's Revenge Trail Private Jeep Tour

Explore the Hell's Revenge Trail on a private off-road jeep tour. Admire the beautiful scenery including that of Arches National Park and the mighty Colorado River as your driver navigates the rugged terrain. Start with pickup from your accommodation in Moab. At the trailhead, begin your off-road adventure with a thrilling climb up a steep rock. Your driver will navigate a variety of inclined and rocky obstacles on a bumpy yet thrilling journey through the landscape. Make a stop to spot fascinating ancient dinosaur footprints in vibrant red rocks. Continue the journey towards a scenic overlook, where you can take in the fantastic views of Arches National Park and the Colorado River. See the vast Abyss Canyon and the imposing Angel's Arch. Then, head back to the starting point of the adventure.

Moab: Arches Backcountry Helicopter Flight

4. Moab: Arches Backcountry Helicopter Flight

Start your day at Canyonlands Field Airport to check in for your private helicopter tour. After a safety briefing, you will board your helicopter and depart the airport for your amazing scenic tour. Shortly after departing the airport, arrive at the tall spires of Determination Towers and the expansive Gemini Bridges. Next, you will fly into the Behind the Rocks Wilderness where you will see the amazing fins and several more arches that you can only see from above. Next, head over the southern end of the Moab Valley to Castle Valley where you will view the amazing Castleton Tower. After you catch your breath, your pilot will then fly over extensive 4x4 trails where you will see jeeps galore and the Colorado River canyon. Finally, you will head back to the airport, spotting the massive Corona Arch, Jeep Arch, and Uranium Arch before you arrive back at the airport.

Half-Day Rock Climbing Adventure in Moab

5. Half-Day Rock Climbing Adventure in Moab

Arrival is at 7:30am, where you will meet your guide and be outfitted with appropriate climbing gear. There is then a short drive to the chosen climbing location, specifically chosen to suit you. Upon arrival, your guide will explain all the necessary equipment in order to keep you safe during your half-day guided rock climbing, and instruct you on how to safely, spot, belay, and climb. A variety of different routes and rock types are at your disposal to get the most out of your half-day of guided rock climbing. The day will be customized to your ability level for maximum education and growth.

From Moab: Half-Day Canyoneering Adventure in Entrajo Canyon

6. From Moab: Half-Day Canyoneering Adventure in Entrajo Canyon

Explore the rugged terrain of the desert southwest on an incredible canyoneering experience in the Entrajo Canyon. Learn everything you need to know to safely navigate the canyon's obstacles with your private, experienced guide, and satisfy your sense of adventure, even if you're a beginner. After meeting your guide in Moab, head toward the 3-mile (4.8-kilometer) loop hike in Entrajo Canyon. Start at the bottom and hike and climb up to the top of the canyon. At the summit, admire amazing views of the La Sal Mountains and the red rock canyon below. From there, learn a number of canyoneering techniques that you'll use to make your way down through the canyon, always safely backed up on rappel. Then downclimb, rappel, shimmy, and chimney (back to one wall, feet to the other) through a gorgeous red rock canyon that has been carved by water over hundreds of thousands of years. Most of the time, there are pools of water that you must walk, wade, and sometimes swim through, making this a very enjoyable outing in the heat of the summer. Finish the tour with a 90-foot (27.4-meter) rappel to exit the canyon before making your way back to Moab.

Moab Full-Day Rock Climbing Experience

7. Moab Full-Day Rock Climbing Experience

If you're looking for adventure, then why not spend a day climbing the iconic red rock formations surrounding Moab? After meeting your guide, you will be fitted with appropriate climbing gear, if required. You'll then set off for a day of fun at a climbing location chosen to meet your needs and ability.  After arriving at your climbing location, your guide will explain all the necessary equipment to keep you safe. With this full-day guided rock climbing experience, you will also receive instruction on how to safely spot, belay and climb. Once you've got the hang of the ropes, you'll have the chance to tackle a variety of different routes and rock types to get the most out of your day.  Following a short lunch break, you will be ready for the second half of your adrenaline-fuelled day. As you climb, admire the stunning natural scenery of one of the prettiest places in the world. 

Moab: Full Day Canyoneering Experience

8. Moab: Full Day Canyoneering Experience

Spend an exciting day traversing into deep slots and unique water sculpted canyons, rappelling and climbing along the way, and exploring miles of canyon country. The Irish Canyons are the center of canyoneering in the North Wash. With short approaches, a wide range of difficulty levels, and unsurpassed beauty, it's understandable why these are the most popular canyons in the area. Your guide will get in touch a few days before your tour to determine the best options for your group. Then they will build an itinerary and plan your day of adventure. On the morning of your tour, you'll meet the group in town or get picked up from your local hotel and then driven to the canyons. The tour guides will take great care to ensure your safety as you and your group explore the canyons. To the northwest of Lake Powell lies a sea of rolling sandstone bluffs laced with some of the tightest slots in the canyoneering world. Despite the remoteness of North Wash, the canyons here are some of the most accessible anywhere with numerous world-class objectives a short distance from the highway. North Wash is the perfect destination for beginner and advanced canyoneers alike with canyons such as Leprechaun and Blarney: second to none in beauty but mellow enough for the kids to enjoy. There are also much more advanced canyons in the area for more experienced adventurers. These easy-to-access canyons are many canyoneer's introduction to the area. Composed of three separate canyon systems: Leprechaun, Blarney, and Shillelagh, the Irish Canyons offer something for everyone whether beginner or experienced. Because of the quick access, the Irish Canyons also make it possible to do multiple objectives in a day.

Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

9. Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

Spend two glorious days exploring the major attractions of the Arches and Canyonlands National Park, two must-sees for anyone visiting Utah. With your pre-booked accommodation and the expertise of your local guide, this 2-day adventure will be a convenient and memorable outing for you and your group. On the first day of your tour, become acquainted with the splendour of Arches National park, a rugged scenic landscape boasting unique red rock formations. Arches National Park claims over 2,000 arches, the largest concentration of natural arches in the world. Get to enjoy a 28.9 km winding drive through the parks beautiful vistas. Stop at many of the overlooks and roadside stops for those wanting a relaxed experience. There are also easy to moderate hiking trails for those who like to explore. On day two, visit the stunning Canyonlands National Park and marvel at the towering cliffs and deep canyons. Take short walks to overlooks and drive along the scenic roadway so you can see much of the park. Feel free to choose an optional short, moderate hike that leads to Mesa Arch, an unassuming arch whose fame is not for its size but it's placement as it clings to the cliff edge and picture frames an expanse that can be seen for 30 miles. Spend your evenings enjoying the desert in an intimate way as you discover remote canyons, seek out prehistoric dinosaur tracks, visit ancient rock art panels, watch the sunset from a clifftop overlook, or see the stars in a certified dark sky park.

From Moab or Hanksville: North Wash Slot Canyon Experience

10. From Moab or Hanksville: North Wash Slot Canyon Experience

Get a great introduction to narrow, technical slot canyoneering on this private adventure in the Irish and North Wash Slot Canyons. Spend the day learning techniques for descending these narrow spaces with a professional guide, then make your way down through a canyon of your choosing, depending on the abilities, experience, and goals of your group. After meeting your expert guide in Moab or Hanksville, head to the trailhead (2.5 hours from Moab; 30 minutes from Hanksville). Begin your hike over ancient sand dunes and, as you gain elevation, enjoy views of the Henry Mountains. Once you reach the head of the canyon, don the necessary canyoneering gear provided with your tour including a harness, helmet, kneepads, and gloves. From here, learn how to rappel, chimney, stem, and down-climb through numerous narrow sections. Encounter many obstacles on your way and overcome them with the help of your experienced and patient guide. Once through the canyon, take a short walk back to the vehicle before arriving at the drop-off point.

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On “the launch pad”, looking practically straight up to the sky, not able to see the road ahead, you might think our family might be a bit nervous? Not even close, we were ready to roll. Brenden, our off road guide, told us what to expect, the awesome views we would see and how we would get there. As we spoke, it was evident he grew up outdoors and driving us through Hells Revenge was probably the safest thing he did on a regular basis. Riding mountain bikes, high speed bullet motorcycles and climbing were all well much more dangerous to us, but he had an incredible respect for the potential problems inherent in outdoor activities. That knowledge made us at ease and able to enjoy the ride. The Jeep was a technological marvel and was amazing itself. We had a great time overall and the ride was the highlight of our Moab adventures.

We had a wonderful experience in our 30-minute helicopter tour over Canyonlands. It was breathtakingly beautiful. Jon, our pilot, was very knowledgeable about the area, an excellent pilot, and friendly. I would highly recommend this experience when visiting Moab. This was a first helicopter ride for my husband and I. Our tour happened to take place on my birthday, due to reschedule because of extreme heat the day before, so the staff made it extra special with some non-alcoholic champagne before our flight - they really went the extra mile to make our experience unforgettable.

This was such a magnificent way to see such a huge park like Canyonlands , as well as all the other points of interest our wonderful pilot John pointed out. So amazing to see those natural wonders of rock from above ! John was a very good pilot and we highly recommend this helicopter tour!

Took my 11-year-old and he loved it. It was his first time flying and Jon did a great job flying and explaining the features around Moab and the parks. If you've only flown on planes, helicopters are completely different and a great way to experience Utah.

We had an amazing time on our helicopter ride and will do it again. We were awestruck looking over the canyons, arches, hoodoos and the Colorado River. If you're tossing this tour around as an idea - do it!!