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Canyoneering with Jon

Jon is our resident expert in canyoneering, who specializes in guiding visitors of all ages and levels through the park. Canyoneering is an outdoor activity that combines route finding, rappelling, swimming, and hiking.


Explore the fifth-longest cave in Utah on foot, on hands and knees, on your belly, and on rope! This trip is perfect for the athletic and the adventurous. Expect a physical, challenging, and engaging day moving through tight spaces in perfect darkness, lit only by the lights on your helmet. Not suited for the claustrophobic.

Guided Hikes

Explore the frontcountry of Zion National Park or the surrounding area with an experienced guide who can provide information about the history and geology of the area.

Trip Photography

An adventure in Zion allows you to experience one of the most spectacular places on earth. Capture your special moments forever with high quality images taken by a professional photographer, who will accompany you on your tours.



A Night Under the Stars

Wait for nightfall to hike into the heart of Bryce Canyon with a private guide. There is little to no light pollution in park, making it the perfect spot for viewing the night sky.

Horseback Riding

Get a taste for the real Wild West on horseback. Travel like the cowboys of bygone days, exploring areas that would be inaccessi- ble if traveling by vehicle or foot.

Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo

See the professionals show off their skills at a traditional rodeo. Cowboys and girls compete in steel wrestling, calf roping, barrel racing, bronc riding, and of course, the famous 8-second bull riding. Occurs every Wednesday through Saturday during the summer months.




Double Arch, Broken Arch, Park Avenue, and the famous Landscape Arch — which, at over 300 feet, is the second-longest span in the world – are all shorter hikes easily done in a day, each with plenty of incredible scenery.

Arches Scenic Drive

The park contains more than 1,500 recognized natural arches, ranging in size from just a few feet to the 306-foot span of mammoth Landscape Arch. Driving is the best way to see as many of them as you can.

Off-Road Jeep Tour

Explore the park from the comfort of a fully enclosed, air-conditioned, 4x4 vehicles. These all-terrain Jeeps have the ability to take you into some of the remote backcountry areas of Arches, which few get to see.


Experience white water rafting on the famous Colorado River, splashing through the rapids between the red rock canyons. Half-day and full-day rafting tours available.



Navajo Tour

Our Navajo guide, Lorenz, invites you to take part in their history, their cuisine, and their everyday lives. Lorenz is a master at the traditional flute music, and a medicine man for his tribe, offering a rare glimpse into the Navajo culture.


Hike 4 kilometers down into the valley. You’ll walk through some of the most beautiful trails you have ever seen. Depending on the time of day, sunrise and sunset make the rocks almost glow from the light.



Private Boat Rental

The perfect way to cruise the lake. Cruise through the breathtaking at your own pace, stopping as you like to fish or take in the sights.

Antelope Canyon Tour

Spend one and a half hours exploring the lines and curves of the famous Antelope Canyon, located in the lower part of Lake Powell. This is one of the most photographed natural wonders in the entire United States, so be sure to bring a camera.

Canyons Adventure Tour

Over the time span of two and a half hours, explore Glen Canyon Dam and Navajo Canyon for spectacular views of “Navajo Tapestry.” You will also visit Antelope Canyon for views of the geology and colorful carved rock formations. Photography tours available.

The Wave

The Wave at Coyote Butte is a popular landmark, so popular that it requires a permit for entry, of which only a limited number are allotted each year. It’s like winning the lottery, one in which we can helps you beat the odds.



Private Helicopter Tour

This tour takes passengers from a private heliport to the east side of the Grand Canyon. Fly over the ponderosa pines of the Kaibab National Forest during a 45 minutes excursion from the south rim of Grand Canyon.

Canyon Rafting

Exploring the Grand Canyon rafting is an unforgettable experience. Behind the geological wonders of the canyon discover waterfalls and rock formations that you can only reach by the Colorado River.

Mule Ride

Travel along the east rim of the canyon on this 3-hour tour. Mules are some of the most sure- footed creatures, so you can sit back, take in the views, and snap photos at the scenic overlooks.