High elevation canyons that flow with water north of Zion National Park. These trips are wet and involve rappelling through waterfalls. Participants should be fit and prepared to face significant vertical exposure on the exit routes. We currently have two canyon options within this category. See pricing for details.
8-12 hours trip time depending on route and fitness level.
Our trips are efficient and streamlined to maximize your time in the field. We use modern safety systems and simple instruction.
Available June through October. We guide 2 different canyons within this category. The cruxes of these canyoneering objectives is the vertical climbing necessary on the exit routes. Contact us for specific route information or to place a reservation. If you are unsure about your fitness level consider doing a warm up evaluation trip.
Approximate starting times for planning.
Start times and locations will be finalized at time of reservation.
Trip is available June – October only | 6AM – 8AM
Canyon Extreme starting locations.
Dress for the season but do not wear your favorite items. Lightweight functional clothing.
We will provide wetsuit and/or drysuits
Lightweight hiking or approach shoes.
Water. 2 to 3 litres/participant.
All trips are private
6.35% sales tax is added to all services.
Call to place a reservation.
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We offer the most comprehensive selection of canyoneering routes in the area.
It is important to understand that guided canyoneering trips take place in slot canyons located on public lands surrounding of the park. Zion National Park prohibits commercial canyoneering trips within its boundaries and all technical canyoneering within the park must be done as a private party. It is not possible to hire a guide for canyons such as The Subway, Pine Creek, or Keyhole canyon. A backcountry permit is required for all zion canyoneering routes and you are also required to know what you are doing.