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Moab: Whitewater Rafting on the Colorado River

1. Moab: Whitewater Rafting on the Colorado River

Take the trip of a lifetime down the Colorado River on a 6-person paddle raft through some of the most sublime scenery in the United States. Absorb the majesty of soaring red rock canyons as you splash through the water with an entertaining expert guide. Drive down scenic HWY 128 to the starting point of your adventure, and receive a comprehensive safety talk before rafting through exciting class II/III rapids at Fisher Towers. Soak in the stunning surroundings as you enjoy lunch on a beautiful beach next to the river, before taking another memorable rafting voyage through incredible red rock scenery.

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Moab: Colorado River and Fisher Towers Half-Day Rafting Tour

2. Moab: Colorado River and Fisher Towers Half-Day Rafting Tour

Enjoy the best of the Colorado River and Fisher Towers on this half-day rafting tour. Join the morning participants and spend the afternoon with other rafters as you cruise down Utah's most exciting river. Begin from Moab, Utah, and then head toward the river with your guide. Take a drive to either Onion Creek or Rocky Rapid and launch into the water. Briefly review safety procedures and go over the necessary rafting skills. Now it’s time to hit the water! Head down the river and take in views of the majestic Fisher Towers before hearing the unmistakable sound of whitewater ahead. Raft through rapids and experience plenty of additional splashes before heading back to Moab.

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Moab: Full-Day Colorado Rafting Tour

3. Moab: Full-Day Colorado Rafting Tour

Start your tour heading up scenic byway 128. Your guide will give you information and show you different rock formations along the way. Admire the views of the high canyon walls and the La Sal mountains off in the distance.  After a safety briefing, begin your adventure while admiring the views and enjoying the ride through the rapids. Your guide will give you more information on the areas you pass along the river and the names given to each rapid.  Once you get to Rocky Rapids, your guide will get lunch ready and after lunch you can continue down the Colorado river through a few more rapids and make your way into the canyon. Take in the last few miles inside the canyon walls before making your way back to Moab.

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Westwater Canyon: Colorado River Class 3-4 Rafting from Moab

4. Westwater Canyon: Colorado River Class 3-4 Rafting from Moab

Meet in Moab and hop aboard a comfortable shuttle van that will drive you along the scenic Colorado River to the Westwater Canyon boat launch. Take a moment to prepare while your guides ready the boats and provide a pre-launch safety talk. Then, it's time to get on the water.  Head down through the Colorado River's steep narrow gorge. Take in the sights and sounds of this beautiful canyon. Stop at midday to enjoy a buffet-style picnic lunch on a sandy beach. Then briefly explore the canyon on foot.  After lunch, the real fun begins. Navigate the thrilling section of Class III/IV rapids with unique names like Funnel Falls, Skull, and Sock It To Me. Then relax on calm waters as you near the end of your experience.

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From Moab: Half-Day Canyoneering Adventure in Entrajo Canyon

5. From Moab: Half-Day Canyoneering Adventure in Entrajo Canyon

Explore the rugged terrain of the desert southwest on an incredible canyoneering experience in the Entrajo Canyon. Learn everything you need to know to safely navigate the canyon's obstacles with your private, experienced guide, and satisfy your sense of adventure, even if you're a beginner. After meeting your guide in Moab, head toward the 3-mile (4.8-kilometer) loop hike in Entrajo Canyon. Start at the bottom and hike and climb up to the top of the canyon. At the summit, admire amazing views of the La Sal Mountains and the red rock canyon below. From there, learn a number of canyoneering techniques that you'll use to make your way down through the canyon, always safely backed up on rappel. Then downclimb, rappel, shimmy, and chimney (back to one wall, feet to the other) through a gorgeous red rock canyon that has been carved by water over hundreds of thousands of years. Most of the time, there are pools of water that you must walk, wade, and sometimes swim through, making this a very enjoyable outing in the heat of the summer. Finish the tour with a 90-foot (27.4-meter) rappel to exit the canyon before making your way back to Moab.

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Half-Day Rock Climbing Adventure in Moab

6. Half-Day Rock Climbing Adventure in Moab

Arrival is at 7:30am, where you will meet your guide and be outfitted with appropriate climbing gear. There is then a short drive to the chosen climbing location, specifically chosen to suit you. Upon arrival, your guide will explain all the necessary equipment in order to keep you safe during your half-day guided rock climbing, and instruct you on how to safely, spot, belay, and climb. A variety of different routes and rock types are at your disposal to get the most out of your half-day of guided rock climbing. The day will be customized to your ability level for maximum education and growth.

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Moab Full-Day Rock Climbing Experience

7. Moab Full-Day Rock Climbing Experience

If you're looking for adventure, then why not spend a day climbing the iconic red rock formations surrounding Moab? After meeting your guide, you will be fitted with appropriate climbing gear, if required. You'll then set off for a day of fun at a climbing location chosen to meet your needs and ability.  After arriving at your climbing location, your guide will explain all the necessary equipment to keep you safe. With this full-day guided rock climbing experience, you will also receive instruction on how to safely spot, belay and climb. Once you've got the hang of the ropes, you'll have the chance to tackle a variety of different routes and rock types to get the most out of your day.  Following a short lunch break, you will be ready for the second half of your adrenaline-fuelled day. As you climb, admire the stunning natural scenery of one of the prettiest places in the world. 

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From Moab: Full-Day Zig Zag Canyon Canyoneering Experience

8. From Moab: Full-Day Zig Zag Canyon Canyoneering Experience

Get your adrenaline pumping on a full-day canyoneering tour from Moab. Hike off the beaten path, take your time to learn rappelling techniques with your private guide, and then step out over the edge of a 220-foot (61-meter) drop. Meet your guide in Moab then take a short drive for about 10 minutes to the nearby trailhead that still manages to feel quite remote. Begin your adventurous 3-mile (4.8-kilometer) hike at the bottom and climb up to a huge, open valley with expansive views of an ancient rock uplift that has been faulted and folded to create a stunning landscape. From here, hike across rock dunes to your first rappel of the day and spend as much time as necessary learning rappelling techniques with your experienced guide. Then, start off with an easy 30-foot (9.14-meter) rappel to get a feel for what it's like to be on rappel and to trust the rope and system that you've just been taught. Follow your first rappel with a brief but beautiful corkscrew slot that you will rappel and downclimb through, ending on a spacious ledge above an impressive 220-foot (61-meter) drop. Clip into the rope and slowly step out over the void with the help of your safety-conscious and patient guide. When you reach the bottom of the rappel, look back up toward the massive sandstone wall and marvel at what you've just done! Finally, take a 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) hike back to your vehicle to return to Moab.

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From Moab or Hanksville: North Wash Slot Canyon Experience

9. From Moab or Hanksville: North Wash Slot Canyon Experience

Get a great introduction to narrow, technical slot canyoneering on this private adventure in the Irish and North Wash Slot Canyons. Spend the day learning techniques for descending these narrow spaces with a professional guide, then make your way down through a canyon of your choosing, depending on the abilities, experience, and goals of your group. After meeting your expert guide in Moab or Hanksville, head to the trailhead (2.5 hours from Moab; 30 minutes from Hanksville). Begin your hike over ancient sand dunes and, as you gain elevation, enjoy views of the Henry Mountains. Once you reach the head of the canyon, don the necessary canyoneering gear provided with your tour including a harness, helmet, kneepads, and gloves. From here, learn how to rappel, chimney, stem, and down-climb through numerous narrow sections. Encounter many obstacles on your way and overcome them with the help of your experienced and patient guide. Once through the canyon, take a short walk back to the vehicle before arriving at the drop-off point.

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What people are saying about Moab

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 27 reviews

Outstanding guide at Paddle Moab!! Can not say enough good things about the quality of our trip, our guide knowledge and unique information provided along the way from geological to local legends to history lessons along the river. All while having a blast on the river with big thrills but all while feeling safe and steered away from any real danger.

The guide Travis was excellent, had a lot of fun. The rapids weren’t anything more than class II at best but still great scenery and being on the river was relaxing.

Great Ride!! Enjoyed Travis and his extensive knowledge of the area! Great peaceful day and nutritious lunch!

Our guide was fantastic absolutely made the trip Can’t wait to come back for another adventure

Great time. Guides very knowledgeable and friendly. Will definitely be a repeat customer.