Half-day hiking tour &canyoneering
Utah's hiking and rappelling tour with our professionally trained and experienced guides through the area's most popular slot canyon "The Huntress" with a hike in, hike out series of 4 rappels. This canyon is well-known for its beauty and is the perfect place to experience rappelling for the first time.
It begins with a small rappel which allows newcomers to get their first taste and "learn the ropes". From there the canyon drops down into larger slot canyons with some intermediate rappels as you wind through the beautiful sandstone walls. Experience Utah's best hiking tour and canyoneering in Kanab, Zion, Bryce and The Grand Canyon.
Duration: 4-5 hours
Tour type: Guided
Group Sizes: 12
Ages: 8 and up
What to bring: Hiking shoes, pants, hydration pack, and snacks
Where to meet: Moqui Cave
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The Huntress slot is a picturesque slot also known as Diana’s Throne Canyon. The huntress is located between Kanab Utah and Mount Carmel Junction Utah, not far from Hwy 89. The huntress is a landmark to the local area. The surrounding area has white cliffs, but the huntress has beautiful coral cliffs. The Huntress is considered an easy slot and is great for beginners.
There is a lot of down climbing and two major rappels. In The Huntress you will find scoured pools filled with water and filled with sand. Depending on the time of visiting The Huntress, there may be a lot of water due to scouring. In this case a wetsuit may be needed. The longest rappel at The Huntress Canyon is about 60 feet.
On your canyoneering tour our professionally experienced and trained guide will assist you in learning or continuing to master the art of descending the beautiful Huntress Slot Canyon. You will have access to tools like ropes, harnesses, helmets, gloves, and rappelling devices to rappel, slide, down- climb, and descend the canyon. You'll start with a small rappel so that you can become familiar with canyoneering in the canyon. You will then descend down into larger slot canyons through breathtaking sandstone walls. The beauty and excitement of The Huntress brings enjoyment to all.
Moqui Cave is a museum, tourist destination and landmark started by Garth & Laura Chamberlain. The cave started off as a bar and music venue, and eventually became a popular museum and gift shop. Moqui cave houses one of the largest phosphorescent fossilized minerals and rocks in the United States. You will also find southwestern arts and goods, dinosaur tracks, and Native American artifacts. You'll discover many treats in the gift shop. Kachina dolls, turquoise, Indian arts and crafts, pottery and rugs.
Canyoneering is an outdoor activity that has become popular. Examples of exciting canyoneering adventures are reverse climbing, scrambling with sliding, hiking with a harness, helmet, and rope systems. Canyoneering can also involve swimming, rock climbing, bouldering, abseiling, and cliff jumping for more experienced canyoneers.
The term Canyoneering was invented around the Zion National Park area. Zion National Park is a premier place to engage in this exhilarating activity. The Zion National Park region is filled with many slot canyons that have been carved by water and wind. The fluted masterpiece canyons are magnificent places to explore. Canyoneering is the exploration of our beautiful Earth from one point to another using techniques such as scrambling, sliding, hiking, rappelling and chimneying.
Canyoneering is a lot of fun, but it is also testing, both mentally and physically. During canyoneering you will wake up muscles you never knew existed.
Benefits of Canyoneering:
Great stress reducer
Great for team building
You see and experience the Great Outdoors
Canyoneering is fun
Great form of exercise
Kanab is close to the region’s prime destinations, including multiple national parks, Lake Powell, and the Grand Canyon. This sparse sandstone landscape of Kanab is an exciting and adventurous place to find things to do, ranging from huge hikes in the longest and deepest slot canyons on the planet, to colossal vistas such as the North Rim of the Grand Canyon
Hiking was a new concept at the beginning of the 20th century. America was mostly rural until the mid-1800s. Most people lived near open fields and forests. Nature and walking were a part of daily life. A walk in the woods became a luxury for many people during the 19th century with the increase of industrialization. At the end of the 19th century hiking was recognized as a recreational activity.
Benefits of Hiking:
Hiking improves Balance
Hiking helps Build Muscle
Hiking eases stress and boosts mental well-being
Hiking allows you to unplug from technology
Hiking improves self-esteem
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ROAM Outdoor Adventure Co. was founded by locals who know and love this area, who grew up exploring the red hills around Kanab and Southern Utah, and have a passion for tour adventures. Now we want to share these hidden treasures with you!