A great view from a guided hike in Canyonlands National Park
Family Friendly Desert Introduction: a small-group hike designed as our most affordable option includes some of the iconic features of a visit to Moab–without the crowds of the Parks: the short, mildly strenuous hike to Longbow Arch offers surreal scenery, ancient “rock art” and even more ancient dinosaur tracks. The Longbow Arch hike is a half day adventure where you’ll learn a lot about Moab, the desert, and the history of the area. Maximum group size of 10 with daily morning visits. $70 per person.
Private Half-day hikes: options include visiting remote arches, dinosaur tracks or “rock art” panels; no matter where you choose to go, your trip will educate and entertain you while you view some of the most incredible and unusual scenery on the planet. Popular half-day hikes include Hidden Valley, Tower Arch, Negro Bill Canyon, Longbow Arch or any number of other custom journeys. $250 for first two hikers, $75 per each additional hiker.
Private Full day hikes: popular options include an Arches tour, Chesler Park or Horseshoe Canyon of Canyonlands National Park, or customize your own off-the-beaten-track trek to expansive views, cool desert water holes, and a variety of topography that’s unique to this incredible part of the planet. Let Deep Desert Expeditions educate and entertain you while you visit places you might otherwise miss! $450 for first two hikers, $125 per each additional hiker.
Multi-day hikes: the sky’s the limit–just get in touch with Deep Desert Expeditions to plan your journey visiting slot canyons, archeological sites, and other spectacular remote locations. We will plan camping or indoor accommodations based on your desires! We offer a 15% discount for multiple day bookings!
Custom hikes: just contact us for a half-day or full-day expeditions to locations not specifically noted here!
All hikers in the deep desert should have adequate water, shoes, and a hat for your safety and enjoyment! In the heat of the summer plan on a minimum of one gallon/four liters of water per person per day!!! It’s also a good idea to know where you’re going, have a map, and to tell someone where you plan on being and when you plan to return. Please pay attention to the weather as well–flash floods and lightening are frequent deadly visitors!!!
Reservations can be made here, choose either a full or half day and note in the comments that you’d like to go hiking!