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Rock Climbing and Canyoneering near Zion National Park

Highlights
  • Rock climbing and canyoneering adventure in Zion National Park
  • Pre-expedition training, transportation, and use of gear
  • Opt for photos from an adventure photographer
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Rock Climbing and Canyoneering near Zion National Park
From US$125.00
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Canyoneering TripsMost Popular
A multi-adventure sport combining slogging, wading, scrambling, rappelling and down-climbing in water-sculpted canyons.
US$125.00
Rock Climbing Trip
From Single to Multi-Pitch, we customize your climbing venture to suit all experience and comfort levels. Learn about climbing equipment, belaying and rappelling, climbing ethics and techniques.
US$125.00
Overview
Skip bus and hiking tours for a rock climbing and canyoneering adventure in Zion National Park. Everything is taken care of: pre-expedition training, transportation, and use of all the gear that you’ll need. It’s a challenging experience in a national park, but the trip can be customized to suit all comfort and experience levels. Plus, opt for photos of your adventure from a professional photographer.
What to Expect
Pre-expedition training is a key part of the excursion and your guides will cover important safety and equipment tips. All participants will be instructed in all procedures, as well as thoroughly inspected to ensure that everyone is prepared and safe. Your trip includes expert training, transportation and gear, including helmet, harness, equipment, shoes and wetsuits if required. Learn about safety and equipment, belaying and rappelling, climbing and canyoneering ethics and techniques, all while being looked after by a professional guide.

Your guides will pick you up at your hotel or designated meeting place around Zion National Park, and from there shuttle you to the climbing or canyoneering spot. A half-day trip lasts from 4-5 hours including travel time. Wear layers (jacket, hat etc.) that can be removed as needed depending on the weather, shoes with good tread (bulky hiking boots not recommended). Bring also 1-2 quarts of water per person, snacks and energy bars. There will be a moderate approach or hike to access the canyon or climbing areas. Lastly, enjoy the beautiful views from the top!
Reviews (36)
1 - 5 of 34 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Amazing Mother-Daughter Adventure!

My 19 year-old daughter and I spent an afternoon first-time canyoneering with our amazing guide, Gabby, last weekend. This was our top life adventure yet. Gabby was an excellent guide; teaching, encouraging, and empowering us to succeed with each climb or rappel. She is highly...More

Thank glazegator
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great adventure!

Gabby did an excellent job guiding us and making us secure and comfortable enough to rapel off the cliffs! It was so fun and exhilarating! Recommend it to anyone!

Thank DianeM3705
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great finale to our vacation

My husband and I had a great trip with Amanda. She was nice, friendly, and very professional... knew her stuff and worked hard to show us a good time! We were pleasantly surprised by the location and varying levels of difficulty. Easy, moderate, difficult, all...More

Thank talytle
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Had a Great Time Climbing w/ Rock Odysseys

I'd recommend a half or full day of guided climbing with Rock Odysseys to anyone! Gabby was a phenomenal guide! She was friendly, easy to talk to, accommodating, and made this adventure very memorable! It was a great escape from the crowds in Zion NP...More

Thank JByington4
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Trying new things!

We had done indoor climbing before, but never outdoor climbing nor canyoneering. I wanted us, including our six year old daughter, to try something new while we were visiting the national parks out west. Amanda was our guide and we had the best time! The...More

Thank Erin W
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