Reconnect

With The Land

Anyone who has spent time in the Bears Ears will tell you the most intimate way to reconnect with the land is to put on a pack and hike into the depths of its everwinding canyons. There is a lifetime of canyons waiting to be explored so where do you begin? You won’t find any trail markers so if you can’t read a map your best off with a guide. We’ll make the most of your hard earned vacation time so you can see as much as physically possible. We’ve listed several of our favorite hikes below and these are the classics. Once you have seen these or if you have somewhere else in particular you want to see we can make it happen just give us a call.

Group sizes are limited to 12 in all canyons throughout Cedar Mesa and Bears Ears to limit impact on Archaeological sites so if you have a larger group than 12 please give us a call. We also know many of you will decide to venture out on your own without a guide and we’ve got maps, Jeep rentals, gear and local knowledge to help you on your journey. Just remember to Visit With Respect so future generations can enjoy these special places as we do now.

House of Fire

Location

Bear Ears National Monument - Mule Canyon & surrounding area.

Duration

~4 hours
8 AM and 1 PM Trips Daily.

Price

$159/adults
$119/youth.
10% discount available for 4+ guests.

Monarch Cave and Wolfman Panel

Location

Bears Ears National Monument - Butler Wash

Duration

~4 Hours. 8 AM and 1 PM Trips Daily

Price

$159/adult
$119/youth.
10% discount available for 4+ guests.

The Citadel

Location

Cedar Mesa

Duration

~8 Hours
8am-4pm

Price

$189/adult
$129/youth
10% discount available for 4+ guests