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Best of Canyoneering Adventure Tour

Dates:
May 8-10, 2020 (Women's Exclusive Trip) & October 16-18, 2020 

Location: Dirty Devil/Robbers Roost Wilderness Area - Hanksville, Utah

Length: 3-Days

Group Size: 4-6 guests

Description:
Explore deep into the mysterious world of slot canyons with our Best of Canyoneering Adventure Tour. We will spend our days rappelling, scrambling and hiking through three of our favorite slot canyons - each offering a unique canyoneering experience. Watch your skills and confidence grow as you overcome each obstacle that the canyons present.
The Best of Canyoneering Adventure Tour explores the wilderness and solitude of southern Utah's canyon country from the comfort of upscale accommodations.

Your Three-Day, Two-Night Package Includes:

 

What’s Not Included:

 

 Pricing:

$1,099 - Luxury Cabin with Two Queen Beds, Double Occupancy (price per person)
$1,299 - Luxury Cabin with Two Queen Beds, Single Occupancy (price per person)
Pricing does not include sales tax.
Ask us about pricing for 3 or 4 adults per cabin.

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Best of Canyoneering Adventure Tour Itinerary*:

Day 1
The day starts with a brief practice session to cover canyoneering techniques and build confidence for the upcoming canyoneering adventures. Our canyon of the day is well off the beaten path and in fact, is protected for solitude. While our total hiking distance for the day is a mere two miles, the obstacles that the canyon presents will ensure a full, adventurous day. This classic, well-rounded canyon offers 3-4 rappels up to 90 feet, sustained easy to moderate scrambling throughout the canyon, and several challenging sections of beautiful, tight narrows. If you enjoy a good obstacle course, you will love this canyon!

Day 2
Today's canyon has been described as magical, enchanting, and wonder filled. Perhaps this is because it possesses one of the most spectacular rappels in southern Utah - through a natural sandstone arch. The entire route traverses through the Navajo Sandstone unit which lends itself to beautifully sculpted canyons. Today's route requires far less scrambling than yesterday, offering a less physically demanding day. This canyon's adventure will be found with four unique rappels, including a free rappel (no feet touching the rock), and navigating a semi-keeper pothole obstacle. After our last rappel, we will admire two petroglyph panels, of Barrier and Fremont origins.

Day 3
We will explore far off the grid today into Robber's Roost country - one of the most spectacular and remote wilderness areas in the United States. The region gets its name from several bands of outlaws, most notably Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, who used these remote, challenging canyons as a hideout. Our canyoneering route is well known for its challenging sections of beautiful, tight narrows and offers four rappels as we make our way through the canyon. The canyon presents one final obstacle to overcome before we part ways after three days of epic adventures.

*Itinerary is subject to change at the guide's discretion to ensure safety of the group and to comply with local regulations.

Accommodations:

Located in the heart of Hanksville, UT, Duke's Slickrock's luxury cabins are well-appointed while retaining the area's rustic charm. Room amenities include western themed décor as well as refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.

Reservation and Cancellation Policies
• A reservation requires a deposit of $500.
• The deposit is non-refundable, if participant cancels booking.
• The remainder of the payment is due 60 days before adventure tour start date.
• Cancellations made between 30 to 60 days before adventure tour start date will be refunded 50%.
• Cancellations made between 0 to 30 days before adventure tour start date will be refunded 25%.
• We strongly recommend that participants purchase travel insurance.

FAQ
Do I have to have canyoneering experience for this trip?
Most guests that join us for a trip or tour are complete beginners who have never rappelled before. We review rappelling and canyoneering techniques with guests before we enter the canyon, making our trips suitable for complete beginners. Guests should be able to hike 3-4 miles in moderate terrain, sometimes uphill, to ensure a more comfortable experience.
What if I want to come on the retreat and share a room but do not have a traveling companion?
If you would like to join the retreat and share a room, we will match you with a roommate of the same sex, if one is available.
Can my dietary needs be accommodated?
Dietary needs or restriction can be accommodated within our abilities provided that you notify us at least six weeks in advance.
How do I get to Hanksville, UT?
We recommend the Salt Lake City International Airport, a 3.5-hour drive north of Hanksville. Two additional options include the Grand Junction, CO airport, a 3-hour drive from Hanksville, UT or Las Vegas International Airport, a 6-hour drive from Hanksville, UT.