At Buckskin Gulch he guided us through the slotcanyon, telling lots of interesting and fun facts. He took all the time we needed. We sat down for a nice picknick an wandered through the canyon. We thougth this was it, being very satisfied so far, but on our way back he even took us to see a wonderfull spot at Staircase Escalante. We could never have made it with our RV. Jeff is a great host, friendly, fun and kind. We certainly recommend his tours.
Join Us On This American Classic Hiking Trail!
If you love hiking then we imagine this is on your bucket list! Reported to be one of the longest and highest slot canyons in the world, the deep and winding Buckskin Gulch intrigues all who enter it. Get ready to be wowed by the epic depth of the 26-mile-long canyon while simultaneously feeling the squeeze as the space between each wall often shrinks to less than 3 feet. When inside you will be peering up in awe from the darkness of the canyon floor, marveling at the debris jams from previous floods and the curious plants growing out of the canyon. You simply have to see it to believe it! We’ll then take a look into the past, as we come across pictographs from long-lost tribes of Native American Indians to complete an unforgettable Buckskin Gulch tour.
Buckskin Gulch Highlights
Gaze upon jaw-dropping Navajo sandstone scenery illuminated by indirect sunlight
Marvel at the Native American pictographs that add cultural and historical significance to this scenic wonder
Get your camera out and take photos of the amazing landscapes that will inspire your friends and family to come here too!
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Pricing & Details
- Adult: $200.00 per person
- Children under 12 years old: $100.00 per child
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
6 to 9 hours depending on hiking experience level
2 to 5 people
- Drinking water
- Energy bars
What to bring
- Appropriate clothing for the season
- Lunch if you would like
- Hiking poles if needed
4 to 10 miles
Moderate – uneven rocks and small sections of sand. The hike typically takes between 2 and 5 hours, depending on your group’s pace, comfort, and safety. We exercise caution during the summer months.
About your guide
1 knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide with years of experience exploring these incredible lands
There is a $6.00 fee per person that can be paid online through recreation.gov, ahead of time or at the trailhead
Permit: There is a $6.00 fee per person that can be paid online through recreation.gov, ahead of time or at the trailhead.
We always have to keep an eye on the weather before any hike in a slot canyon due to potential flash flooding.
Like all slot canyons in the Southwestern United States, the crack in the Earth was carved in the sandstone by flash floods, which adds to the feeling of adventure.
The Drive: We’ll start with a ride on paved highway. Then there’s 9 miles of unpaved terrain - taking approximately, we will drive this stretch in the Can-Am UTV or Suburban. The tour takes a total of 3 hours of driving, and the drive is one of the great elements of the adventure.
We do offer a refund on deposits if weather is a factor.
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It….
Jeff was Amazing!!! If you are looking for a Great Adventure this is the company to book! Jeff made it possible for us to see some of Utah’s most beautiful country with our parents! He was incredibly accommodating and gracious. He customized our trip to our interests, abilities and available time. We saw the most Incredible and Unique Country and had a Awesome time doing it! Everything was top of line from UTV to Safety Equipment. Best tour we have been on and we can’t recommend them enough!