Whether you are looking for a novel experience or adrenaline-pumping adventure, customize your itinerary to include activities that will make your tour unique, memorable, and enjoyable. Talk to your Personal Travel Planner about these or other specialty activities that may be of interest to you or members of your group. Some activities have age restrictions, weight limits and/or a maximum number of participants per vehicle/group. Keep in mind that shorter itineraries have limited time to add activities. We look forward to tailoring the activities of your tour to your interests and preferences.

Around Yellowstone National Park

Kayaking on Lake Yellowstone

This guided kayaking tour in Yellowstone National Park, includes an introduction to Yellowstone’s history and geology of the Lake, along with the kayaking equipment and techniques, then your guides lead you around the shoreline to the West Thumb Geyser Basin where there are many geothermal features on land and underwater we will explore from our kayaks. Many of these geothermal features on the lake are not accessible by any other means.

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

Don’t miss the opportunity to see a bear while visiting Yellowstone National Park. With this add-on, you are guaranteed to see a bear during your drive through the park.

Gun Range

Shoot real guns with Real Ammo in our State of the Art Indoor Shooting Range. All gun rentals include Target, Ammo, Safety Protection, and Complete Instruction on how to shoot the gun, how to better your shooting abilities and how to have a safe fun with all types of Guns.

Golf

Just 20 miles outside of West Yellowstone lies a quaint 9 hole golf course and restaurant for golf enthusiasts to get their fill while visiting Yellowstone National Park.

Around Grand Teton National Park

Snake River Rafting & Scenic Float

Experience Class III rapids along the Snake River, including calm wide sections for swimming. An equally beautiful Scenic Float along a calm section of  the river will keep you dry and is suitable for those with limited mobility.

Horseback Riding

Take a 2-hour ride on a horse or mule as the pioneers did when exploring the West. Minimum age of  6 years depending on location, but no horseback experience required.

Fly Fishing

Learn the techniques of  fly-fishing and appreciate the solitude and challenge of  quiet rivers full of trout and other fish species.

Adventure Ropes Course

Enjoy the thrill of  sliding down a number of  zip-line cables and climbing aerial obstacle courses designed for a variety of  ages and thrill-seekers.

Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata is Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s guided climbing experience. Let our knowledgeable guides lead you on a climbing adventure through the high alpine terrain at Jackson Hole. This memorable experience takes you above the valley floor, across suspended bridges and along granite walls. Via Ferrata is perfect for families, groups or individuals 10 years of age or older.

Jenny Lake Boat Tour

The cruise takes approximately 1 hour on the lake with one of our knowledgeable guides.  You will learn about the history and geology of the area as well as the flora and fauna around the lake.  There are also ample opportunities for you to ask questions on topics of personal interest from mountain climbing to fishing to popular hikes in the area and more.  The photo opportunities on the cruise are second to none.

Aerial Tram Ride

In just 12 minutes, the Aerial Tram glides skyward 4,139 vertical feet. The summit offers staggering 360-degree views of the Tetons, Jackson Hole valley and surrounding mountain ranges. The “”Top of the World”” provides amazing access to a plethora of great hiking and running trails, climbing, and the occasional snowball fight. Oh, and don’t forget the world famous gourmet waffles in Corbet’s Cabin.

Salt Lake City, Utah

Interconnect Backcountry Skiing

The Ski Utah Interconnect Adventure Tour gives an advanced to expert skier the opportunity to experience the magnificent beauty and incredible backcountry terrain of the Wasatch Mountain Range. Tours operate seven days a week, weather and conditions permitting. Guests will ski resort terrain & the backcountry terrain between and through as many as six resorts in one day.

Helicopter Skiing with Powderbird Mountain Guides

Powderbird’s mission is to offer a heli-skiing adventure like no other. By incorporating strict safety standards with Utah’s world-famous skiing conditions, our guests can explore Utah’s backcountry in a way they’ve never imagined. Our guests’ experience begins each day when they are greeted by our official Lincoln transport vehicles. After unwinding from the day’s adventure, our guests are provided a ride back to their accommodations to begin dreaming about their next heli-skiing trip. Our guests often mention that a day of heli-skiing is one of the best days of their lives.

Skiing up Little Cottonwood Canyon

Alta Ski Area near Salt Lake City is famous for some of the deepest powder snow and challenging terrain in the west. Many of the world’s best skiers cut their teeth at Alta, and come back to get their kicks on this classic mountain. It is the second oldest lift-served ski area in the west, and is still old school in many ways. Alta does not differentiate between black diamond and double black, so the trail map alone won’t reveal the steepest of the steep, and with 55 percent of the resort’s nearly 116+ named runs marked as expert, you could chase steeps all day without finding the best.

Skiing up Big Cottonwood Canyon

An undiscovered gem, Solitude is pure, authentic and untarnished Utah territory. Featuring over 1,200 acres of terrain, ranging from groomed runs to powder glades and Nordic trails, a variety of charming lodging options and dining choices are available. Located in one of the snowiest canyons in North America, and only 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, Solitude is the best kept secret in Utah. Serene or extreme, there’s nothing between you and the perfect mountain day.

Skiing at Snowbasin Mountain Resort

Often overlooked because of the famous resorts in Park City and the Cottonwood Canyons, Snowbasin is a gem of a resort and has diverse terrain ranging from beginner to expert, with three terrain parks, wide-open bowls, trees and glades, groomers and an abundance of light, Utah powder.

Apres Ski: Enjoy a huge serving of brisket, good variety of beers, and good music at the Snowbasin Resort

Skiing at Powder Mountain Resort

Arrive at Powder Mountain, park at the Timberline Lodge and ski down to the Timberline Lift. If you’re looking for a few powder stashes, don’t hesitate to lap the often overlooked Timberline runs, before making your way to the bottom of Hidden Lake Express or Paradise. Familiarize yourself with the area before making your way over the the newest additions to Pow Mow, Village and Mary’s Lift.

Apres ski: The Shooting Star Saloon is 20 minutes away in the tiny town of Huntsville, right on the route back to Salt Lake. Shooting Star just happens to be the oldest continuously operating saloon in Utah, and it feels like it in all the right ways

Park City, Utah

Skiing at Deer Valley Ski Resort

Deer Valley Resort offers luxurious amenities such as ski valets, groomed-to-perfection slopes, on-site childcare and gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges. We also provide an award-winning ski school and three ski rental shops featuring high-quality Rossignol equipment.

To make your ski day more pleasurable and to prevent overcrowded trails and lifts, Deer Valley Resort limits the number of skiers on the mountain and at peak times may reach capacity. 

Apres Ski: Enjoy the downtown feel of Park City, Utah with its many bars and restaurants.

Private Cat Skiing with Park City Powder Cats

We believe that life is too short for lift lines, powder panic, and icy moguls. That’s why we take you skiing and boarding on over 43,000 acres of private terrain in the Uinta Mountains, just 35 minutes from Park City.

Apres Ski: Enjoy the downtown feel of Park City, Utah with its many bars and restaurants

Moab, Utah

River Rafting on the Colorado River

A family-friendly float on small Class I and II rapids is a great way to gain a different perspective of  the red canyon walls that surround the famous Colorado River.

RZR Rentals

This vehicle is a dune-buggy style vehicle that can traverse the sand and slickrock of  Moab with ease. Your guide will select a route from a number of trails to meet your level of  desired adventure and terrain for a one- of-a-kind ride.

Hummer Tour

Take a Hummer tour on Moab’s world-famous Slickrock. This trail is home to petrified sand dunes and ancient eroded seabeds.

Aerial Tours via Helicopter

This 45 minute tour is breathtaking and is our most popular helicopter tour. See Deadhorse Point, the Colorado River, Thelma and Louise Point, the Potash Ponds and amazing views of the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park. Fly down beautiful Kane Creek Canyon and directly above the rising fins of Behind the Rocks. Finally, see many backcountry arches, including Corona Arch, Pritchett Arch, Halls Bridge, Funnel Arch and several others.

Fixed Wing Kodiak Aircraft Flight

Make the most of your valuable time here by visiting both parks on this special Redtail Air National Park air tour, seeing their great attractions in a way that very few have. Their vast geologic diversity, which attracts scientists from around the world, can best be appreciated from a bird’s eye view. Passengers get a more thorough overview of eons of geologic history on this flight than one might obtain in years of hiking. Capture the moments with stunning aerial photography, and experience Moab in a way that you will never forget.

Hot Air Ballooning

Imagine ascending to greet the sunrise as you drift among geologic wonders that were being created when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The fragile sandstone of Arches National Park and precarious rock towers drift past, each one defying gravity with you. Across the horizon, the 13,000 foot La Sal Mountains cast a long shadow upon the town of Moab and Canyonlands National Park. The pilot and the winds navigate to your own personal destination, your mind and camera alive with images that will last a lifetime.

Paddleboarding on the Colorado River

A family friendly paddle board trip down the Colorado River. This is a flat water trip so you do not need to worry about any rapids. The towering sandstone cliffs will surround you as you paddle down the river. The entire trip borders Arches National Park as you float, paddle, and swim downstream. Our guides will talk with you about the local area and why Moab, Utah is such a special place.

Zip Lining

A guided tour through over 350 acres of high desert on private land along the Sand Flats Recreation Area. Raven’s Rim Zip Line Adventure features 6 exhilarating ziplines, 100-foot suspension bridge, 4×4 offroading and guided hiking atop the Slickrock.

Via Ferrata

A via ferrata ―an Italian term which means ‘iron path’― is a protected climbing route built with a steel cable rail fixed to the rock, metal steps, ladders, obstacles, suspension bridge and rock climbing wall. Our new and exclusive Via Ferrata is a thrilling way to explore Moab’s high desert with a knowledgeable guide.

Colorado River Sound and Light Show

For an ol’ time show and the finishing touch on a perfect day, come along and enjoy a cowboy-style Dutch oven dinner and a slow moving evening boat ride on a calm part of the Colorado River. Canyonlands by Night and Day has been offering this evening program since 1963 and it is by far one of the most unique sound and light shows in the world.

Adventure Ropes Course

Adventure Park Moab offers a High Ropes Challenge Course including a climbing tower, vertical high ropes elements and horizontal traverses at 30 ft above the ground. Participants can choose from a variety of 17 different elements during a 2- hour program. Discover your own personal limits under guidance of professional facilitators and experience an increase in self-esteem and confidence or just enjoy an adrenaline rush on our giant swing.

Canyoneering

Utah has the greatest concentration of  slot canyons in the world. For those with moderate fitness desire to hike and rappel this is the opportunity to try a new activity unavailable anywhere else.

Mountain Biking

Anyone who can ride a bike can experience biking among the scenic paved paths or Moab’s famous mountain bike trails. This excursion can be adapted to a variety of  groups, from avid bikers to families.

Jet Boat Tours

In this thrilling ride you’ll experience the “hamilton spin” which is a flat spin within the boats own length, sliding turns and rapids including big bend and salt creek. In this spectacular tour we combine the best of both worlds: Adventure and Scenic. You will experience heart pounding fun, then we will slow it down and turn the motor off to float and really take in all that canyon country has to offer. Wildlife sightings have been known to happen, your Captain will share the history of the area. This is a splashy ride, dress appropriately. Smiles are guaranteed.

Torrey, Utah

UTV Guided Tour

Explore many of the hundreds of trails around Capitol Reef National Park including Hells Hole, Velvet Ridge, and Wingate Tour.

Fly Fishing

We hold exclusive access to over 10 miles of private water in southern Utah on the Fremont river as well as other neighboring streams and spring creeks. And our private lakes are also a treat if you want to float and sight-cast to lunkers! Guided trips as well as paying rod fees allow for access to our scenic freestone and spring waters.

Dark Sky Tour

Stay up late and gaze upon one of the darkest skies in the US. Your guide will point out astrological features that are only visible by the naked eye in certain parts of Utah.

Bryce, Utah

Helicopter Tour

Fly the Blacks and Red Canyons “Our Most Unique Flight” Experience the hidden beauty created by volcanic activity and erosion. Dramatic cathedrals enhanced with liken, ash and iron oxide stand majestically among the red hills, copper ore formations and stately trees of the forest. Take a trip into a whole other realm. Truly one of the hidden wonders of the west. These unique features can only be seen by air.

Horseback Riding

A ride through the beautiful red rocks of Losee Canyon in Red Canyon. Enjoy the shade of mountain trails, experience the dark red colored “HooDoo” up close. See the same country as Butch Cassidy did as a young outlaw, over 100 years ago and pass an old outlaw hideout. This ride is approximately 6 miles. Rides leave daily at 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Children must be at least 7 years old.

ATV Riding

Ride a Can-am or Razor through the beautiful canyon country of Tropic on a guided tour.

Springdale, Utah

Helicopter Tours

Get a bird’s eye view by adding a helicopter tour around Zion National Park. The excursion is available in Springdale, Utah

Horseback Trail Rides

You’ll see such natural wonders as the Three Patriarchs, the Beehives, and take a breathtaking jaunt through beautiful cactus gardens. For a nice relaxing horseback tour, the 1 hour ride will follow the Virgin River for about one mile to the Court of the Patriarchs and return you back to the loading corral. For a more adventurous horseback ride the three hour trip will take you around the Sandbench Trail, gradually ascending 500 feet giving you a spectacular view of the Southern end of Zion National Park.

Hiking the Zion Narrows

Travel along the riverbed as far up the Narrows as you would like to go on this out-and-back hike. The water varies in depth from ankle deep to waist deep, depending on how far up the Narrows you have traveled and on the time of year. The canyons rise up over 1,000 feet above you as you walk upstream. We will provide all of the equipment you need to enjoy this unique adventure!

Canyoneering

Utah has the greatest concentration of  slot canyons in the world. For those with moderate fitness desire to hike and rappel this is the opportunity to try a new activity unavailable anywhere else.

4X4 Jeep Tours

We take the road less traveled to show you places that most visitors see only in photographs, including stunning panoramas and breathtaking overlooks that have remained unchanged for a million years. See thousand year old Native American rock art, maybe an authentic ghost town that became a Hollywood favorite, or wildlife that doesn’t behave like it lives in a zoo.

Rock Climbing

NPS rules expressly forbid guided rock climbing in Zion National Park, so all our climbing trips and courses takes place outside Park boundaries. We outfit you with gear and information so you can have an amazing visit in Zion National Park. We are invested, inspired, and poised to help you maximize your time here. We outfit daily for the Zion Narrows, trail hiking, and self-guided canyoneering; provide custom trailhead shuttles for hiking and canyoneering adventures; and aid in trip planning, helping you find the perfect activity for your group.

Photography Workshops

Private instruction or mentoring is ideal for intermediate and advanced shooters who prioritize improving as a photographer more than simply photographing the local area. Do you want to improve your landscape, action, environmental portrait and travel photography technique, creative and lighting skills, Lightroom and post production skills? Thinking about turning pro? Michael can help with portfolio reviews or business principles as well. If you are Canon shooter Michael can show you how to fine tune your camera and truly make it an extension of your creative eye.

Page, Arizona

Helicopter Tour From South Rim of the Grand Canyon

Take off from the Grand Canyon Airport on a sightseeing airplane tour across the national park! Each aircraft comes equipped with climate control and headset narration for each passenger. You’ll see aerial sights of the Colorado River, Kaibab National Forest, and of course the magnificent canyon gorges and rock formations – including Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point, and the Kaibab Plateau. This quick tour is an affordable sightseeing addition to any Grand Canyon National Park vacation. Included: Scenic views of the Zuni Corridor, Imperial Point, Confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers, Kaibab National Forest, and Kaibab Plateau. Tour Duration: Approximately 40-45 minutes.

Boat Tour on Lake Powell

There’s no better way to see the best of what Lake Powell has to offer, while learning about its history and geology than stepping aboard our guided boat tours. Available only from Wahweap Marina at the Lake Powell Resort.

Upper Antelope Canyon

Antelope Slot Canyon is located in Page Arizona, right next to the great Lake Powell, and in the center of the Grand Circle. You’ll enjoy our personal tour of the breathless Antelope Canyon and other spectacular adventures! Upper Antelope features a 100 yard walk on flat paved sand.

Lower Antelope Canyon

Antelope Slot Canyon is located in Page Arizona, right next to the great Lake Powell, and in the center of the Grand Circle. You’ll enjoy our personal tour of the breathless Antelope Canyon and other spectacular adventures! Lower Antelope Canyon features two sets of stairs that guests will need to have the ability to climb up and down.

Monument Valley, Utah

Jeep Tour with Navajo Tour Guide

This tour covers the famous 17-mile loop of Monument Valley plus visits some restricted back-country stops. View many of the famous monuments when the tour makes stops at The East and West Mittens viewpoint, John Ford’s Point & Three Sisters viewpoint, the Totem Pole viewpoint, Artist’s Point and the North Window viewpoints. In the back-country, you will make stops at The Sun’s Eye & Ear of the Wind. This area of the Navajo Tribal Park boasts hidden treasures like natural arches and provides different vantage points from the traditional 17-mile loop road. You also have the opportunity to visit an authentic Navajo Hogan at a local residence to view a rug-weaving demonstration by a member of the local Navajo family. This eight-hour tour covers all the above-mentioned areas, plus it visits scenic Mystery Valley. Mystery Valley is an area full of Anasazi Ruins and rock art, not seen from the main highway. Explore Mystery Valley in the morning, followed by a barbeque lunch cooked by your tour guide.

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