I’m a native of southern Utah and have tried for years to draw on the Wave hike lottery, but with no luck. A group of us decided we would try one more time, but struck out again. We had the good fortune of crossing paths with Jeff as we were getting ready to leave the BLM office. He gave us a few suggestions for great day trips and we quickly decided to have him take us to White Pocket. Wow, just wow! I wish I had known about the area earlier, would not have wasted time trying for the Wave. We got all kinds of cool insight throughout the day and Jeff pointed us to the little things I think most people would miss, like petroglyphs and native hide-aways.
Sightsee Bryce Canyon in Comfort With an Expert Guide
Looking for a tour with less hiking involved? Come ride with us on a wonderful and colorful journey to Bryce Canyon National Park where we start from the highest point and work our way down to the different overlooks, with the highlight being the Bryce Point lookout, a favorite for photographers. Allow your tour guide to lead you to all the best spots in this place of great beauty and experience the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, where giant natural amphitheaters, collectively called Bryce Canyon, rest. It comprises one of the major steps of the Grand Staircase formation and was established as a national park in September of 1928. On this Bryce Canyon day trip, we’ll give you the opportunity to explore this stunning geographical area, where you can lose yourself navigating the maze of spires, hoodoos, and monoliths that reach into the beyond.
Bryce Canyon Highlights
Pick any one of 13 incredible lookouts and gaze upon the beauty of Bryce Canyon National Park
Take in incredible views of one of our favorite national parks, home to the greatest number of hoodoos on earth, several layers of different geology and colors, wildlife, and fantastic overlooks
Experience the powerful silence that can be found in Bryce, throbbing like a quiet engine beneath the natural bridges and pinnacles
Walk through the forests, breathe the clean air, and stand on the edge of reality
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Pricing & Details
- $100.00 per person
- Children under 12 years old: $50.00
Discounts for large groups.
$50.00 entry fee per vehicle.
25% discount to all Active Military and Veterans.
Depends on the season
We’ll pick you up from any hotel or Airbnb in Kanab, Utah, or we can meet at the Kane County Visitors center in Kanab Utah.
All year round, 7 days a week
4 to 6 hours
2 to 5 people
- Drinking water
- Energy bars
What to bring
- Appropriate clothing for the season
- Hiking poles if needed
About your guide
1 knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide with years of experience exploring these incredible lands
No permit required
We do offer a refund on deposits if weather is a factor
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It….
Jeff is a gracious and fun host. He is knowledgeable, professional, and friendly. He has an expansive understanding of the region, and was kind in sharing hiking suggestions for after we left Kanab and headed north on our getaway. You’ll have a wonderful experience with Jeff.