Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon and Zion National Parks
Season: May to October
Duration: 7 to 10 Nights
Starting from: $4,400 for a family of four
Zion Canyoneering Experience - half day
Zion National Park has some of the best canyoneering in the country - give it a try! Canyoneering involves descending into narrow slot canyons with ropes, some hiking, rock scrambling, rappelling, and occasional wading and/or swimming through water.You don't need prior experience, and it's suitable for anyone in reasonably good condition. You can have a blast without being a super-athlete.
$124/Person for 1-3 people
$113/Person for 4 people
$108/Person for 5 or more
Zion Canyoneering Experience - full day
The area surrounding Zion National Park has some of the best canyoneering in the country. Canyoneering involves descending into narrow slot canyons with ropes, some hiking, rock scrambling, rappelling, and occasional wading and/or swimming through water. No prior experience needed! Suitable for anyone in reasonably good condition. You honestly don't have to be a super-athlete to have fun, so step out of your comfort zone! Our clients often cite this adventure as the highlight of their vacation.
$145/Person for 1-3 people
$135/Person for 4 people
$119/Person for 5-6 people
$97/Person for 7 people
Zion Jeep Sunset Tour - 3 hours
Venture into the rugged back country of Zion National Park via a unique off-road safari vehicle. You will learn about the geology, history and local folklore from your guide. Trip departs in late afternoon, just in time for sunset. $74/Adult; $55/Child (up to 11 years).
Zion Mountain Bike Tour - full day
Take a full-day guided bike tour to Gooseberry Mesa. Explore the sea of slickrock domes and twisty singletrack rim trails on one of the West's best places to ride. Nearly 15 miles of trail may not seem like a lot of mileage but for some reason this trail seems to take a little longer than you would expect. Maybe it is the breathtaking views that you'll keep stopping to admire. Minimum age 10,
$290 for 1 person; $180 for 2 people, $150 for 3, $140 for 4; $130 for 5 and $120 for 6 people
Bryce ATV Tour - 3 hours
This incredible ATV ride in Red Canyon will leave you breathless. The first 2 miles of the trail follow the Sevier Fault on a dirt road. This allows you time to get familiar with the operation of the ATV. The next 12 miles are on a single track trail up and back down Casto Canyon, one of the most scenic trails in the area. You will be riding in the bottom of the canyon looking up cliff faces which are 500 feet high. The formations are the same as what is seen in Bryce Canyon National Park. This guided ride is $85 per operator plus $21.50 per passenger. Minimum operator age is 12.
Bryce Canyon Horseback Ride - 1 1/2 Hours
First time riders thru expert are welcome on this trek. If you're looking for a scenic tour of the Bryce Canyon area, this 1 - hour ride takes in the Dixie National Forest and the rim of Water Canyon Amphitheatre. Climb Bristlecone Pine Ridge with standing 1500 year old Bristlecone Pines. From this ridge you will see Boat Mesa and Sinking Ship Peak, some of the higher points in Fairyland Amphitheatre. This ride is a 4 mile loop. Minimum age is 7, 220 lb weight limit, or over 6' tall, up to 260 lbs. $65/Person
Bryce Canyon Horseback Ride - Half Day
If you're a first time rider or an expert this ride is for you. Ride through the beautiful red rocks of Losee Canyon in Red Canyon. Enjoy the shade of mountain trails, and see the same country as Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch experienced over 100 years ago. You will ride by an old outlaw hideout. Children must be at least 7 years old. 220 lb weight limit. (Over 6' Tall, up to 260 lb.) $85/Person
Grand Canyon Mule Ride - half day
For a day of fun and excitement, come out and ride a mule. All rides are with experienced guides and mules are selected for their gentle temperament, being trail-wise and sure-footed. The 1/2 day ride will descend down the North Kaibab Trail into this natural wonder 2300 feet, to the Supai Tunnel. This is the only way to experience the Grand Canyon from below the rim without giving your legs a real workout. 200 Lb weight limit, fully dressed. (If large animals or heights disturb you, or if you have back problems or are pregnant, we recommend that you not take this trip.) $80/Person, Minimum age 10.
11 to 14 Nights | from $5,000 for a family of four
With close to two weeks, you'll be able to get into some of this area's most favorite and spectacular scenery. Explore beautiful Zion Canyon, watch the sunset on Bryce's hoodoos. Play on Lake Powell beneath towering sandstone cliffs, then gaze over the edge of the Grand Canyon. You'll start and end your trip in glitzy Las Vegas.
7 to 10 Nights | from $4,300 for a family of four
Hit the highlights of both Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, and the town of Moab in Utah. This spectacular area of scenic mesas, buttes, needles, and arches offers unlimited sightseeing as well as activities from hiking, rafting, four wheeling, horseback riding, world-class mountain biking to viewing some of the best Native American Rock Art in the country.