Toroweap Adventure Tour

Fully Guided Tour

Geology Hotspot

Photographer's Paradise

The ultimate Grand Canyon View point.  Peer 3000 feet (915 meters) straight down into the belly of the Grand Canyon.  You can even hear the faint menacing roar of Lava Falls Rapids down below.  Bring a pair of Binoculars and you can even possible see some rafters in action down below.  Get lost in otherworldly landscapes and walk over ancient geological formations that will blow your mind!


Gaze 3000 feet down into the narrowest section of the Grand Canyon

A trek through the foreboding wilds of the Arizona Strip.

Learn about the ancient civilizations that called this canyon home.

Capture photographs of a lifetime throughout the tour.

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Trip Details


Price guide:

• $235 per person, $470 minimum

Travel is by 4WD Vehicle

Seating available:  1 person up to 12 people


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

Departure Times:

Our standard departure time is 7:30 am but this is flexible depending on your needs and interests

Meeting Point:

• If you are in Kanab, Utah, meet at our office (681 Chinle Drive, Kanab, Utah 84741) and we’ll transport you to the tour departure point.



Year-round, Monday to Saturday.

Tour Duration:

8-10 hours (this includes all travel time).

• 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.

Maximum Group Size:

One excursion, up to 12 people, per day, contact us for large groups.

What To Bring:

• Comfortable, closed-toe shoes
• Sunscreen, hat and sunglasses
• Your camera
• Small backpack for personal effects
• Packed lunch with a sandwich and high energy snacks (you can store it in our cooler).


*You are welcome to store them in our cooler.

Important Info

• Your guide will meet you and transport you down Antelope Valley Road through the Arizona Strip (the strip of land between the Utah border and the Grand Canyon), this takes 1.5 hours, which accesses the rim and the Saddle Horse loop trail (30 minute loop hike).

• The road is rough and long.  Bring a travel pillow to help absorbs the bumps.

• We’ll bring along plenty of ice water but we don’t provide lunch or snacks. We recommend that you bring along high energy snacks and a filling sandwich which you can store in our cooler.
• You’ll need to sign a hiking waiver after booking this tour.


Can I make this tour private?

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Yes! For an additional cost of $120 you can make this tour private. Just let us know at the time of booking.

How much hiking does this tour include?

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This tour contains some hiking/walking on uneven ground. Each of our tours is flexible to the needs and desires of the group; you can choose how much or how little hiking you would like to do.

Is this tour suited for you?

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This tour is suitable for any age!  However, this is not an area to let the kids run free.  There are no guardrails at this overlook and there are sheer drop offs.  Please be cautious of little ones while visiting Toroweap.

Is lunch included?

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Lunch is not included, please bring along your own packed lunch and we will happily store it for you in our cooler. Note that we will bring along plenty of chilled bottled water.

What happens if my tour is cancelled?

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In the extremely rare case of this tour being cancelled, it would be due to unsafe weather conditions. We will work with you to arrange another tour date or offer a full refund.

Embark on a journey to the Edge of the Grand Canyon in all its splendor.

3000 vertical feet straight down to the Colorado River.  Just the phrase should give you goosebumps.  Be prepared to be completely removed from civilization.  Grand Canyon overlooks do not get any more epic than this.

In the Paiute language any word ending in “Weap” means Canyon.  Toroweap means Dry or Desolate Canyon.  You may in turn “weap” at the sight of this place.
We’ll pick you up at Kanab Tour Company and transport you to the Antelope Valley Road just west of Fredonia Arizona.  It is a 60 mile dirt road that starts out pretty easy and gets rougher and more challenging the closer we get to the rim.  Adventure engaged!

Once we arrive, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to another planet! Freely explore this beautifully unusual area with your guide and learn about the special geology and rock formations that surround you.  Learn about the fascinating geologic layers of the Grand Canyon looking down into 2 billion year old rock.