Full Day Canyoneering Tour

Secluded Slot Canyon

Perfect for anyone who wants a bigger adventure

Rappel with our expert guides!

Maybe you have already caught the incurable Canyoneering bug (trust me, there is no cure).  We offer longer days for those who have had some previous experience or for those who just want a longer day deeper into the back country.

Canyoneering is the art of descending a canyon.  Simple as that.  Okay, well sometimes not quite that simple.  Sometimes, especially in the Southern Utah Red Rock country, descending a slot canyon involves ropes, rappelling, down-climbing, sliding, and otherwise getting down through whatever challenges the canyon might throw at us.  Canyoneering is a fun, team-building exercise in the most beautiful terrain imaginable.

Our guides equip you with high quality helmets, harnesses, gloves and rappelling devices.  We then give you techniques on how to rappel effectively and efficiently.  Kanab Tour Company has, and always will have, a Two-Man Canyoneering System.  This insures all rope rigging is done correctly and thoroughly checked.  One of your guides will always act as the belay person.  A belay person protects the rappelling client from any chance of falling.  Proper communication is key.  Our clients’ safety and comfort is always first and foremost, and it is always helpful to have an extra pair of eyes (and hands for photo taking!).  We want you to walk away from this experience with added confidence.

Our Full Day Canyoneering offers a longer day canyon.  Many of the really quality slot canyons require a little more work to get into and through.  With many options for full day slot canyon rappel trips, we will contact you ahead of time to help work out the best canyon option for you and your group. 

We do not, nor can we, guide into the backcountry of Zion National Park.  It is not allowed for us, or any other guide company, to guide slot canyons inside Zion National Park.  The only exception is The Zion Canyon Narrows (click here for info).  Canyons like the Subway, Mystery Canyon, Pine Creek and Keyhole canyon are not allowed for commercial guiding.

Our guiding canyons are either located on BLM (public) lands outside Zion Park Boundaries or out further east in Grand Staircase National Monument lands.  For the most part, these are canyons that we have set up for guiding.  They are not well known outside the local guiding community.  We try to keep our guiding canyons a bit of a secret so our guests get a wilderness experience away from large groups.

Since these longer day options usually require a bit more stamina, we ask that no one under 12 years of age attend these full day trips.  If you do have super active kids and feel a full day is something they can handle feel free to call us and we can make that decision with you.



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Trip Details


Full DayCanyoneering:

Minimum, $450

2-3 People, $250

4+ People, $225

Minimum Age is 12 yrs


  • 8 hours with up to 6 rappels
  • Rappels up to 120 feet in height (there are multiple canyon options with smaller rappels as well)
  • Depending on the canyon and time of year, there could be water in the canyon.  Shoes may get wet.


Maximum of 8 Guests per group (please call if you have a larger group size)

Minors must be accompanied by a Parent/Guardian

All prices are subject to Utah Sales Tax (8.20%)

Price per hiker:
• 1 hiker: $350
• 2 hikers: $175
• 3 hikers: $150
• 4 hikers: $125
• 5 + hikers: $99
• Wire Slot Canyon optional add-on $150

All prices are subject to Utah Sales Tax (7.95%)

Departure Dates:

April-October,  Monday through Saturday

Full Day Canyoneering 7:00 AM


November-March,  Monday through Saturday

Full Day Canyoneering 8:00 AM

More slots than Vegas.


Price includes:
  • Safe transport to a trail-head in an off-road vehicle
  • Top-of-the-line canyon/climbing equipment
  • Always!  Two Guides.  One guide and one assistant guide to teach and assist.

Meeting Location:

Our office: 681 Chinle Drive, Utah, 84741.
We’re easy to find, located right across the street from the Bureau of Land Management Visitor Center.

(Unless otherwise arranged)


After an orientation at our office, we will transport you to the trailhead, 15 miles from Kanab.

• Your Permit! You will not be granted access if you forget to bring it.
• A gallon of water to maintain safe hydration levels and a transportable lunch packed with high energy snacks and a filling sandwich.
• Good quality, comfortable walking shoes with ankle support.
• Sunscreen, hat and sunglasses.
• Your camera.

What to bring:
  • Shoes with good grip
  • Small day pack to carry water (up to 2 litres) and your own personal needs (sunscreen, chapstick, sunglasses, hat, lunch/snacks, and camera).


Travel with our expert guides who have decades of experience in the canyoneering field! They will transport you to a remote and beautiful slot canyon and fill your time with beautiful descending experiences, each unique in beauty and height. You will feel comfortable in our harnesses and helmets, and our guides will work with you at your level. Patience and encouragement are hallmarks of our system, as we help each client find their own way down the slots!

Enjoy a few hours or a full day with us, and we are sure to deliver an experience unlike any other in Southern Utah!

There will be moderate hiking involved, as we make our way back to the trailhead, and gorgeous views will meet your eye in any direction as you enjoy your time with us. This tour provides adventure as well as peaceful moments!