This is what you can expect for our daily activities.

Arrive at Zion Mountain Resort anytime after 3:00 pm. Check-in at the front desk and settle in. Dinner is on us. Enjoy a rustic meal from the Buffalo Grille and possibly squeeze in a horseback ride or sunset hike.




No time to waste! Rise and Shine! We’re going canyoneering. We’ll meet for breakfast at the Buffalo Grille at 7:00am. After a round of introductions we’ll get you outfitted for a fun filled day of rappelling, hiking, scrambling and possibly swimming as we negotiate a real southwestern sandstone slot canyon. Afterwards we’ll head back to Zion Mountain Resort for a break. Then we are off to Zion National Park to take in some hikes.


Off to the high country. After getting sized for mountain bike and sitting down for breakfast at the Buffalo Grille we will shuttle our way north through scenic Southern Utah on our way to Navajo Mountain where we will take in some alpine riding amongst aspen and pines as we circumnavigate Navajo Lake. We’ll enjoy a lakeside lunch and head up to Cedar Breaks National Monument for some sightseeing. Then it’s a rip roaring good time as you descend from Brianhead Peak 11,000ft to the fishing village of Panguitch. We’ll grab dinner at a great secret restaurant on the drive back.


We’ll visit the fantastic world that is Bryce National Park. Breathtaking scenery and excellent hiking abound in this richly colorful park. After taking in some of the many viewpoints and a trail down amongst the hoodoos, well hop on bikes and coast down to Red Canyon State Park. Here we will take in the sights and have a snack before heading back to Zion Mountain Resort.



(Zion Narrows – Hiking)
National Geographic’s Adventure Magazine rated hiking the Virgin River Narrows in Zion number five in its list of America’s best 100 adventures. That’s where we are headed today. After getting outfitted with the appropriate gear we will set off to explore the Virgin River Narrows. The stream is our trail as we navigate our way to the mouth of Orderville Canyon. Canyon walls loom 1000ft above us and narrow as we head upstream until the water is wall to wall.


On our final day we will head to beautiful Snow Canyon State Park and take in a day of rock climbing. This place is great and houses routes that can fit anybody’s climbing abilities. We’ll settle in below a towering wall of sandstone, kick off our flatlander shoes, and gear up with harnesses, rock slippers and other shiny paraphernalia required to enter the vertical realm. We’ll teach you the basics of climbing and dispel the myths that make people think of this sport as simply nuts!
**The activities that make up this trip are all moderately strenuous. Good cardiovascular condition is certainly helpful. If you are questioning your physical fitness please give us a call-we’ll help you evaluate if this trip is right for you.

**All activities are subject to change should we feel that conditions, weather, safety hazards or any other unforeseen factor could influence the trip in a negative manner. We have a couple of different itineraries we use to accommodate necessary logistical changes.