Canyoneering

Canyoneering (also referred to as canyoning) is the descent through a canyon that often includes rappelling, hiking, scrambling, and stemming. Sometimes wading and swimming through water is required.

 

Safety is the number one goal followed closely by having fun. Our guides will show you everything you need to know and will always have back ups in order to keep you, your friends and your families safe.

Private tours are selected and customized to meet the goals and experience levels of participants.

Famiily Rappelling Tours

Half Day Trip 4-5 Hours

Private half day canyoneering trips are perfect for couples and families looking for some adventure. Though less of a time commitment, half day trips are no less exciting with rappels up to 100 feet and gorgeous Southern Utah terrain to explore. Half day routes include Lamb's Knoll and Diana's Throne.

One or Two Person Trips: $330

Groups of 3 or More:

Adults - $140

17 & under - $130​

Full Day Trip 7-8 Hours

Full day canyoneering routes in the Zion area typically take longer to access and complete, and can be more strenuous/advanced. They do allow more time for instruction and experience, and are often a good choice for large groups or the adventurer that finds themselves wanting a little more. Full day routes include Water Canyon and Birch Hollow.

One or Two Person Trips: $430

Groups of 3 or More:

Adults - $190

17 & under - $180

Water canyon guided canyoneering tour

What's Included

All trips include the technical gear: harness, helmets and gloves; transportation; and expert instruction from one of our Wilderness First Responder Certified guides.

If you are staying in the proximities of Springdale, Rockville, La Verkin, Hurricane, or Washington, Utah, your guide will drive to your hotel or campground and pick you up right from where you are staying; or arrange a convenient meeting location near the designated recreation site.

 

Your guides will do the heavy lifting; all you need to bring is 1-2 liters of water per person, snacks/lunch, and layers for cooler morning and canyon temperatures.

Trip start times will vary depending upon the season. 

Half day trips start 7-8 a.m. and 1-2 p.m.

Full day trips start 7-8 a.m.