Zion National Park
From $75 Per Person
Zion. Just the name attracts attention. And it lives up to its name. Attracting millions of visitors from all over the world each year, Zion National Park has become a bucket list item for many.
We are lucky enough to be just a short, scenic drive from Zion, and we love to show our visitors the wonders of this place!
Our day in Zion with you is very customizable. There are so many interesting hikes in Zion, and we will match your group with a hike that suits your abilities and interests!
A stroll through the Narrows (listed by National Geographic as one of the top hikes in the world) will bring you through the Virgin River. Walls of iron-infused Navajo Sandstone rise up one either side of you. There are times of year when this hike is not safe.
Weeping Rock is a must-see when visiting this park. A simple hike leads you to an alcove, where water has taken hundreds of years to seep through the rock above you, and cascade before your eyes. This constantly falling water causes the area to be ever sparkling, and provides a window like no other to the park.
Angels Landing, a five hour hiking experience, is not for the faint of heart. This hike leads you up a narrow path, at times with only a chain to hold on to, and steep drops on either side. With our guide, you can certainly conquer this mountain, giving you vistas to enjoy and a feeling of having surmounted something huge! Let us help you get to the top. You'll never forget it (and you can buy a bragging rights T-Shirt!).
As with all of our tours, pricing is based on group size.
Per Person Rates
1 Person: $350
2-3 People: $175
4 People: $120
5 People: $99
6-10 People: $75
Lunch at the Zion Lodge is included in this tour, along with bottled water.
Zion is at a low elevation in comparison to Kanab (we drop 2,000 feet to get to the canyon floor). Prepare for any kind of weather. Hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses are recommended in the high season. Depending on the time of year, we may be using the shuttling system that was created to allow more visitors and fewer vehicles into the park.
This is one of our favorite places on earth.