Natural Beauty

Fun Can-Am UTV Ride

Photographer’s Dream

Experience the Out-of-this-World Wonders of White Pocket

Discover why the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is a favorite for all our guides and you’ll leave this tour wondering just how nature crafted such a unique place. Spectacular vistas created by the heady mix of a few lone trees, a bursting colorful palette, and a variety of sandstone formations await photographers and sightseers alike on our epic White Pocket tours. After grabbing a coffee together, we’ll set out down Highway 89A on a winding, scenic journey to remember through the Kaibab National Forest. The views change dramatically on the drop out of the forest and down into Marble Canyon – it’s a moment sure to take your breath away.

Tour Highlights

Escape from society to the isolated and colorful beauty of White Pocket

Discover our favorite places to snap photos and make lasting memories

Enjoy the off-road trip in a 4-wheel drive to House Rock Valley

Come find out why everybody sees something different in the abstract sandstone formation where everyone sees something different - Do the rocks resemble a turtle shell? A brain? Have we landed on another planet entirely?

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Trip Details

Pricing & Details


  • $200.00 per person
  • Children under 12 years old: $100.00

25% discount to all Active Military and Veterans

Departure time

Depends on the season

Meeting point

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


Max 9 hours

Overnight camping



Large groups: Our permits specify that tours with over 5 guests must have an additional guide. There will be a $200 fee for the second vehicle and guide charged.

Group size

Minimum 2, maximum 5 per tour guide. We can take groups of up to 10 people. There will be a $200.00 fee for the second vehicle and guide.

Hike distance

2-3 miles

Hike difficulty

Easy – uneven rocks and small sections of sand but overall this is a comfortable hike. The hike typically takes between 2 and 4 hours, depending on your group’s pace, comfort, and safety. We do exercise caution during the summer months, and during rain storms.


  • Drinking water
  • Energy bars
  • Fruit

What to bring

  • Appropriate clothing for the season
  • Daypack
  • Lunch if you would like
  • Hiking poles if needed

About your guide

1 knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide with years of experience exploring these incredible lands

Important Info

The Drive: We start in our comfortable vehicle with 50 miles of paved highway, taking approximately 1 hour. Then we switch it up, taking approximately 45 minutes in the fun Can-Am over 25 miles off-road. The tour takes a total 4-5 hours of driving, and the drive is one of the great elements of the adventure. We'll pick up some coffee together, and set out down Highway 89A on a winding, scenic journey through the Kaibab National Forest.

We always have to keep an eye on the weather before any hike due to potential flash flooding. However, we do offer a refund on deposits if weather is a factor.

Be aware that the ride might get a bit rough - especially after a storm.

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