This is high adventure and stunning scenery at its finest. Canyoneering utilizes hiking, climbing, rappelling, and sometimes swimming to navigate the beautiful landscapes of the Natural Parks.
Explore the vast, remote, and rugged canyons
Southern Utah is full of incredible slot canyons created by the erosive forces of rivers, wind, and streams. Many of them are so narrow that adventurers can nearly touch both sides of the canyon walls with outstretched arms. We offer a variety of canyoneering tours into these off-the-beaten-paths of the National Parks. Some canyons are easy to descend and require no special skills at all; others require wilderness-level planning and training and offer immense physical and mental challenges. Whatever your state of readiness, there is a canyon in the desert awaiting you.
Morning Glory – Ephedra’s Grotto
Includes downhill hiking, and two rappels (95’, 120’). An amazing rappel into the hidden chamber brings you to the top of Morning Glory arch.
Entrajo Canyon – Chamisa Canyon
Includes hiking, 2 rappels (15’, 80’), rope-assisted down climbs, wading and swimming.
Rockaneering combines all the best elements of rock climbing, canyoneering and mountaineering into one exceptionally fun and exciting activity! For people of all ages and skill levels.