*** All tours are subject to a combined 11% Utah sales tax, and BLM land usage fee.
Peek-a-Boo Slot Canyon: 2.5 hours
This spectacular slot canyon is becoming more and more popular, however, it remains an excellent alternative to, or addition to the very crowded Antelope Canyon. On this tour, we are happy to let you take all the pictures you’d like. Although we are more and more likely to share the canyon with others, we are often alone here and the groups we see are just in passing. It is a pleasant experience with the time allotted for you to enjoy the marvels of a slot canyon. Some guides call this Mystical Canyon for good reason.
The hike is 1.5 miles round trip. It is a pretty flat hike through the sandy floor of the slot. There is one waist high boulder to scramble up just past the halfway point. Sometimes we have the opportunity to see some other local sites depending on the time in the slot canyon.
1-6 Passengers- $150
7-10 Passengers- $275 (requires 2 vehicles and 2 guides)
Private Tours: Anytime Mon-Sat
Popular Add-ons: Pinnacles(rock crawl/view over Kanab), Red and Yellow Toadstools, South Fork Pictographs, Moccasin Mountain Dinosaur Tracks, Rosie Canyon Petroglyphs Each additional site is $100 per vehicle and typically lasts 1.5-2.5 additional hours.
White Pocket is an amazing place! The “brain rock”, red, orange, and yellow swirls will make you feel like you are on another planet. There is an easy, short hike through the sand. White Pocket itself is about a square mile of unique, curious curves, swirls, and colors of rocks. This is a photographers happy place.
This tour takes about 7 hours round trip. The sand en route is very deep. Our 4 wheel drive vehicles have high clearance and a plenty of experience making the trip. We love being out at White Pocket. A trip to Wire Pass can easily be added along the way, as well as an opportunity to drop by to see the California Condors when they are nesting at the Vermillion Cliffs. An hour round trip hike to the MazeIt takes 2-2.5 hours of driving each direction from Kanab. The roads are sandy, but that is our job to deliver you safely. Once there, White Pocket is a pretty easy hike to beautiful scenery.
Private Tours: Anytime Monday Through Saturday
Jeep w/driver (includes 2-4 passengers) $350
Suburban w/driver (up to 5 passengers) $425
Both vehicles w/2 drivers (6-10 passengers) $650
There is a 5 person per group limit at White Pocket. Groups of 6-10 will require a 2nd vehicle and guide in order to satisfy the 5:1 guest to guide ratio required by the BLM.
Popular Add-ons: The Maze, Wire Pass, Catstair Canyon, Condor Lookout. You may also choose to follow us out to Jacob Lake and leave a car in order to see a sunset at the Grand Canyon after our tour of White Pocket. Each add on is $75 for the group. Condors are free.
$275 per Vehicle (1-5 passengers)
Private tours anytime Monday through Saturday.
The iconic Wave is a very popular destination. It is a pretty rugged 3.1 mile hike each way. The heat can be brutal! The destination is definitely worth the effort to wait for the daily lottery, and brave the elements. Around the Wave, you may have time to check out the Boneyard, Cheeseburger Rock, Dinosaur Tracks, and a variety of additional formations and spectacular colors. There are a couple of tricky spots along the hike. We are happy to guide your group to ensure that you have a memorable, safe experience. We will provide some water, however, we recommend that you bring extra, as the heat can be dangerous. This tour will last anywhere from 6-10 hours depending on the weather, ability of the hikers, and the number of photos you desire to take. We are happy to point you to some of the attractions, and help you make this a wonderful day!
The Pinnacles is a memorable jeep ride climbing sandy hills, rock crawling and squeezing through tight spots! It is a windy, twisty, rocky road for the thrill seeker! We also take a small detour to go to the TV towers on the cliff above the Kanab City Park. From there we see a spectacular view. This tour is by far the most fun to drive! We spend just a few minutes outside of the Jeep on this one. There certainly are some spectacular views where we will stop, but this one is all about the 4 wheel low, let the Jeep do the dirty work, crawl speed, up and down the rocks and sand. It is a safe ride, but you will certainly ask yourself a few times, “Are cars supposed to drive here?!” Not everyone likes to bring their tours up these rocks because its hard on the vehicles, but we love it!! We strongly recommend this add on to the Peekaboo Slot Canyon Tour.
As a stand alone tour: $150 (1-4 passengers)
As an Add-on to another tour: $100 per vehicle
*If groups require both the Jeep and Suburban, then we can drive both vehicles up to the TV tower and shuttle a couple of shifts on the rock crawl from there. It truly is a unique and safe experience for those who have not driven off road much. Our favorite!
Rosie Canyon Petroglyphs:
South Fork Pictographs: