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Moab Canyoneering Adventure

Highlights
  • Half-day or full-day canyoneering trip, from Moab
  • Explore gorgeous canyons and learn technical canyoneering skills from a professional guide
  • Review canyoneering basics on a half-day trip near Moab
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Moab Canyoneering Adventure
From $102.70
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Half-day Morning at MoabMost Popular
Canyoneering tour departs at 8am
$102.70
Half-day Afternoon at Moab
Canyoneering tour departs at 1pm
$102.70
Full-day at Robbers Roost
Canyoneering tour departs at 7am
$318.16
Overview
Outdoor enthusiasts will learn canyoneering skills including rappelling, rope-assisted down climbs and chimneying through slot canyons on this half- or full-day adventure from Moab. Travel into the red rock terrain of southern Utah by 4WD, then practice navigating narrow canyon walls as you learn the basics from a professional guide. Spend the morning or afternoon on an easier route, or select a moderately difficult full-day tour (including lunch) at Robbers Roost — a 2-hour drive away. Suitable for physically fit adventurers; all equipment provided.
What to Expect
Southern Utah is a popular place to experience canyoneering, and Moab serves as the perfect base with plenty of stunning sites to experience the sport. Canyoneering newcomers are welcome, but expect a full physical and mental workout. Be prepared to make your way through the canyons by hiking, rappelling, scrambling over rock and splashing through water-filled pools. 

Your guide shows you how to employ teamwork and technical canyoneering skills when rappelling, doing rope-assisted down climbs, chimneying through slot canyons and negotiating water-filled potholes.

While no experience is needed to join a half-day introduction for adventurous beginners, participants must be physically fit. The full-day tour to Robbers Roost offers active people a more challenging experience that is rated as moderately difficult. See Itinerary below for more details.
Write a ReviewReviews (9)

1 - 5 of 6 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Canyoneering

What a terrific adventure. Our guide Mike Spitz was phenomenal and perhaps one of the most experienced and knowledgeable guides we have had. He worked very well with our family of four. The hike through the canyons was amazing but the rappel at Dad Gum...More

2  Thank Rob M
Reviewed June 12, 2018
Very cool canyoneering experience Robber Roost - Thanks Mike

We drove out of Moab and towards GreenRiver and the Robber Roost location past Valley of the Goblins and a variety of others sights that Mike (our guide) told us knowledgeably about. First of all I'd like to say this is a very cool expedition...More

2  Thank mickeytravler
Reviewed May 29, 2018
Incredible canyoneering in Robber's Roost

Our group (all women, ages 35-58) spent an incredible day canyoneering with Mike, our guide, in Robber's Roost. First, the canyoneering: We are all physically fit but none of us had any canyoneering experience. This trip changed that! We spent the day rappelling, stemming, chimneying,...More

Thank Teresa L
Reviewed May 24, 2018
Rafting and Canyoneering

My sister and friend did a 2-day cataract canyon rafting trip and 3 days of canyoneering. The rafting trip was unique in that we used one of their special motorized rafts that allowed us to cover 100 miles quickly. Our guide Gunner was really fun...More

Thank Mfeltner
Reviewed April 30, 2018
Great day of canyoneering, with an awesome guide!

We did a half day trip of canyoneering to Morning Glory, and had a stellar time! Our guide, Mike, made everyone feel safe and comfortable, and he had so much knowledge of the area. From the minute we left town he was telling us all...More

2  Thank Alyse_Spencer
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