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Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks Small Group Tour from Las Vegas

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Get an early start with this road trip to two amazing national parks in southern Utah: Zion and Bryce Canyon. Departing from hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, spend an entire day exploring these natural wonders. Discover them on hikes with a small group and a guide who knows the terrain.
$238.99 per adult
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jesfire415 wrote a review Nov 9
San Antonio, Texas1,070 contributions166 helpful votes
Truly amazing place to hike. This is a must do for anyone looking for adventure. The water is cold but not extremely cold. Every view is breathtaking. At the time of our visit the crowds were minimal. The hardest part was getting a shuttle ticket but overwise just an amazing hike and great views
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Date of experience: September 2020
1 Helpful vote
BDR wrote a review Nov 8
Charlotte, North Carolina46 contributions6 helpful votes
One of my favorite hikes ever. Rented gear and hiked for about 3hrs outward. Saw a buck randomly at about the 2.5 he point. Never had water go above my waist/touch my jacket. 10/10 would recommend. Check for flash floods!
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Date of experience: November 2020
cathigreen wrote a review Nov 3
Chicago, Illinois119 contributions23 helpful votes
A nephew posted his trip pics and convinced us we could do this hike. I am so glad we did but do not attempt this unprepared. It seems most hikers rented equipment but we thought we could save the dough. I ordered neoprene socks from swim outlet but the rental socks and flexible boots might have been a smarter choice. We did know enough to bring hiking sticks and I cannot imagine being without. The afternoon before we previewed the starting point by walking the pathway to check it out. The next day we headed out again about 11am. I was a bit surprised by how many adventurers were joining us but we were easily able to pace ourselves ahead of or behind crowds. Like most will tell you the hike demands careful attention and precise foot placement especially when fording the river. Walking on slippery bowling balls best describes it but you can do it slow and steady. I took one tumble on dry ground because I stupidly turned back to see how far behind my husband was trekking. Plenty of helpful fellow hikers rushed to be sure I was ok and after a bit of rubbing down my knee I was ok and back at it. I am glad we carried a waterproof bag for our lunch, brought plenty of water, and stopped for a much needed rest just over halfway back. Bringing along sandwiches was a brilliant necessary move as your body does become fatigued from so much careful concentration and stepping. We are healthy 62 year olds and saw many older and younger along the way- even parents toting babies in papooses but no one too short as the water was thigh deep in spots. I wish we would have stayed to the left at the Y as our right choice just lead to more of the same down the walked canyon and we missed the arch or bridge or whatever was to the left. Our return was much quicker and we made the round trip in just over 4.5 hours. The queue was over an hour long to catch the shuttle back down so we just kept on trucking to the next shuttle stop. That provided a lovely cool down for our muscles, along with the Aleve we packed! You too can do this! Go for it.
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Date of experience: October 2020
FjordFan wrote a review Nov 2
Milwaukee92 contributions9 helpful votes
Did this hike with my wife and three kids (ages 16, 14, and 11) in late October and it was fantastic. So glad we rented boots, dry pants & hiking sticks as it would have been very difficult without. Made it well into Wall Street before turning back, the scenery was stunning the entire way. There were other people around but I wouldn’t call it crowded, especially as we got further into the canyon. In fact there were only a handful of people within sight during most of our time in Wall Street. At a leisurely pace it took us 5.5 hours roundtrip including the Riverside Walk, a lunch break and plenty of photo stops along the way.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Michelle wrote a review Nov 1
Marco Island, Florida269 contributions70 helpful votes
We did this at the end of October. The water is cold and we rented the entire outdoor package from Zion outfitters. I don’t see how any one can do this hike without the stick, dry pants and neoprene socks. This is a must. The water gets deeper the further into the canyon. I don’t recommend this adventure for small children at all. We finished the hike and not many people do and it is because they are not prepared. I wore two layers under my dry pants as they are not going to keep you warm. Especially if you get cold quickly as I do!
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Date of experience: October 2020
3 Helpful votes