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  • From Salt Lake City: Private Tour of Arches National Park

    1. From Salt Lake City: Private Tour of Arches National Park

    Take a private day tour to Arches National Park and discover its many stunning rock formations. Learn from your expert guide how this unique landscape was created and see some of the most famous formations like Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, Balanced Rock, and Double Arch. This tour departs from your preferred location in the greater Salt Lake City area. A three and a half hour drive in a luxury SUV will deliver you to Arches National Park. After a picnic lunch, your guide will show you the best of what Arches National Park has to offer according to your interests and activity level. During your time in the park your guide will discuss the phases of arch creation, why the rocks are different colors, and the erosion process that creates these magnificent natural icons. For the photographers, your guide will share their expert knowledge of when and where to capture the best pictures. On...

    Highly recommend this personalized fun tour! Neil and his wife went above and beyond to accommodate our needs and to ensure we had a memorable experience! Neil was prepared for everything even the fact that the park temporarily closed due to congestion. He entertained us with a quick visit to see dinosaur tracks and bones. With his wife monitoring the park opening, we were in as soon as it reopened. Our group included two adults and two teenagers. Neil accommodated the varying physical abilities of our group so we all enjoyed the tour! The kids climbed Double Arch with Neil’s help and expertise while the adults enjoyed the view from the shade below. Due to Neil’s knowledge of the park, we saw all the arches we wanted to see even with our late start due to the park closing! Without Neil’s knowledge of the park, we would not have an amazing experience we had if we had tried to do this on our own. Special kudos to his wife for the absolutely delicious lunch that was provided!

  • From Salt Lake City: Private Bryce Canyon National Park Tour

    2. From Salt Lake City: Private Bryce Canyon National Park Tour

    Depart from your preferred location in the greater Salt Lake City area. A 3.5-hour drive in a luxury SUV will take you to Bryce Canyon National Park. After a picnic lunch, your guide will show you the best of what Bryce Canyon has to offer according to your interests and activity level. Once inside Bryce Canyon National Park you will be surrounded by the tall pine trees of Dixie National Forest. You will never forget your first view of Bryce Canyon because it happens in an instant. In one moment you are among the trees of the forest and then suddenly you are staring down into a forest of stone pillars. During your time in the park you guide will discuss how nature is both creating and destroying the hoodoos. Your guide will also point out evidence of lightning strikes and why they are so prevalent in this area. On the tour you will also see the landmarks of Thor's Hammer, Natural Brid...

  • Salt Lake City: Sunset Bike and Brothel Tour

    3. Salt Lake City: Sunset Bike and Brothel Tour

    Meet your guide at Liberty Park, the oldest park in the city. Hop aboard your cruiser bike and take a quick lap around the park to get comfortable with it. Fill your provided water bottle with fresh, artesian spring water. Cruise through Gilgal Park, a bizarre sculpture garden with Mormon roots, including a sphinx with the face of Joseph Smith. Roll past quaint 120-year-old neighborhoods filled with brick homes, into the downtown area and the mouth of City Creek Canyon. Explore the canyon, which is the city center’s gateway straight into the Wasatch Mountains. Bike through the natural setting where black bears, moose, cougars, and elk. Sometimes these animals can even be seen in roaming through the city. Cruise on your bike into Temple Square, the site of the original Mormon Temple. Afterward, bike to a scenic viewing point which offers views of the Wasatch Mountains, the Great Salt La...

  • Salt Lake City: Guided Wasatch Range Ice Climbing

    4. Salt Lake City: Guided Wasatch Range Ice Climbing

    Discover some of the most famous ice climbing routes in the West on this full or half-day adventure from Salt Lake City. Learn how to climb and explore the area with your professional guide. Experience routes within the Cottonwood, Maple, or Provo Canyons which will be customized according to the experience level of your group. Select the half-day tour which is perfect for first-timers or those who have only a little previous experience - giving you a sampler of single pitch ice climbing. The adventure will take place in Little Cottonwood Canyon within the Wasatch range or in Provo Canyon south of Salt Lake City. The exact location depends on weather conditions and your group skill level. Alternatively, choose the full-day tour which allows time to do different climbs, work on technique, practice basic climbing, and belaying skills. Climb in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Provo Canyon or Ma...

  • From Salt Lake City: Private Canyonlands Off-Road Tour

    5. From Salt Lake City: Private Canyonlands Off-Road Tour

    Start your tour with a 3.5-hour drive from Salt Lake City to the entrance of the park. As you near the border of Canyonlands, the red rock cliffs begin to stretch skyward. After a hearty lunch, your guide will begin your tour of the park, tailored to your interest and activity level. Multiple cliff-top overlooks provide varying perspectives on how remote and unspoiled this area is. Mesa Arch provides a picture frame to the landscape in the distance below. An off-road detour following the Shafer Switchbacks delivers you deep into the canyon below, while your guide recounts the history of this trail carved into the canyon walls. This tour of Canyonlands will leave you with an appreciation for the depth of the canyons, the vastness of the landscape, and the struggle of the people who lived and worked in this harsh environment. On the return trip to Salt Lake City you will stop at your ch...

  • Salt Lake City: 3-Hour Guided Big-City-Loop Bike Tour

    6. Salt Lake City: 3-Hour Guided Big-City-Loop Bike Tour

    Meet your guide at Liberty Park, the oldest park in the city, and get acquainted with your cruiser bike by taking it for a lap. Fill your provided water bottle with fresh, artesian spring water. Cruise through Gilgal Park, a bizarre sculpture garden with Mormon roots, including a sphinx with the face of Joseph Smith. Roll past quaint 120-year-old neighborhoods filled with brick homes, all the way into downtown and the mouth of City Creek Canyon. This canyon is the city center's gateway straight into the Wasatch Mountains, and also home to black bears, moose, cougars, and elk, all of which are sometimes seen roaming through the city. Coast on your bike into Temple Square, the site of the original Mormon Temple, and maybe catch a free organ recital. Then, head down Main Street with an option to stop for a coffee or an authentic French pastry. Then it's off to the Salt Lake City Main Libr...

  • From Salt Lake City: Private Capitol Reef National Park Tour

    7. From Salt Lake City: Private Capitol Reef National Park Tour

    Discover Capitol Reef and the historic people who inhabited this desert oasis. This private tour can include hikes in Capitol Gorge, Grand Wash, and Hickman Bridge. Other iconic formations can be seen on an off-road adventure through Cathedral Valley. During the 3.5 hour drive from Salt Lake City, your guide will describe the many options that are available for you to explore in Capitol Reef National Park. Based on your preferences, your knowledgeable guide will make a customized touring plan that will maximize your experience in the park. Capitol Reef lives in the shadows of several more popular parks and therefore has preserved a peaceful, undisturbed feeling here. Recommended hikes include Hickman Bridge, which is one of the most famous arches in the park and the narrows of Grand Wash. Expand your adventure, as Capitol Reef also has a few fantastic off-road drives through scenery f...

    Honestly the highlight of our trip to Utah! Amazing tour guide! He made us feel comfortable and planned out an amazing experience! I highly recommend it!

  • From Salt Lake City: Private Goblin Valley State Park Tour

    8. From Salt Lake City: Private Goblin Valley State Park Tour

    Departs from your preferred location in the greater Salt Lake City area. A 3-hour drive in a luxury SUV will bring you to Goblin Valley State Park, found in the middle of a desert landscape. After a picnic lunch, your guide will accompany you during your adventure in the park. Unlike popular nearby national parks where visitors are encouraged to look but not touch, Goblin Valley is a natural playground where visitors are encouraged to climb and interact with the surroundings. Next, enjoy a detour to Little Wild Horse Slot Canyon, highly recommended for those who want to experience hiking in a narrow canyon carved into the rock over time by rushing water. On the return trip to Salt Lake City you will stop at your choice of highly-recommended local restaurants for dinner. You will be dropped back to your accommodation in the Salt Lake City area by 10:00 PM.

  • Salt Lake City: Cottonwood Canyons Backcountry Ski Tour

    9. Salt Lake City: Cottonwood Canyons Backcountry Ski Tour

    On the day of your trip, meet your guide in Salt Lake City and drive to the venue that best fits your needs for an optimal experience. Before hitting the slopes, your guide will make sure your gear is in proper working order and will begin to instruct you on the basics of staying safe in the backcountry. This will include a brief avalanche safety demo, going over how to use a beacon, probe, and shovel, and a brief explanation of avalanche terrain and its characteristics. The skiing technique will be taught to maximize your efficiency when touring in the backcountry. Your group's skiing ability and enthusiasm will determine the rest of the day and the terrain you will cover. The day will conclude by driving back to the original meet up point. Classic Introductory Tour: Choose this option if you’ve never skied or snowboarded in the Wasatch Mountains before. This experienc...

  • Salt Lake City: Wasatch Backcountry Skiing with Lift Ticket

    10. Salt Lake City: Wasatch Backcountry Skiing with Lift Ticket

    Depart from Salt Lake City with a convenient private transfer and set off for the Wasatch Mountains in Utah just outside the city.  Enjoy a memorable day of skiing with lift-access included. Meet your professional skiing guide who will guide you for the day and has more experience in this terrain than just about anyone. You might be paired with a guide such as Noah Howell of 'Powderwhores' named one of the 50 icons of backcountry skiing, or Andrew McLean, the man who wrote the 'The Chuting Gallery'.  During the tour, explore either the Big Cottonwood or Little Cottonwood Canyon, depending on your skills and experience. Your guide will take you to the very best powder that these world-class canyons offer. Experience some of the best backcountry skiing routes which lie right outside the resort boundaries. Lifts provide fast access to this high mountain terrain and allow you to easily rea...

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What people are saying about Salt Lake City

Highly recommend this personalized fun tour! Neil and his wife went above and beyond to accommodate our needs and to ensure we had a memorable experience! Neil was prepared for everything even the fact that the park temporarily closed due to congestion. He entertained us with a quick visit to see dinosaur tracks and bones. With his wife monitoring the park opening, we were in as soon as it reopened. Our group included two adults and two teenagers. Neil accommodated the varying physical abilities of our group so we all enjoyed the tour! The kids climbed Double Arch with Neil’s help and expertise while the adults enjoyed the view from the shade below. Due to Neil’s knowledge of the park, we saw all the arches we wanted to see even with our late start due to the park closing! Without Neil’s knowledge of the park, we would not have an amazing experience we had if we had tried to do this on our own. Special kudos to his wife for the absolutely delicious lunch that was provided!

What a great trip! Neil and his wife Sarah made sure that everything ran perfectly. We hired Neil to take us to Capital Reef National Park and Great Basin National Park, a two day trip. Neil picked us up at our resort and from that moment on he handled everything. He is extremely knowledgeable. He made sure we saw the best of each park and did not have to worry about any of the winter driving. He stayed in contact with Sarah, making us feel very safe. He always had a plan to handle any bumps along the way. Kudos to Sarah for the wonderful chicken kabobs and other wonderful food she sent with Neil. Neil set up a stove, provided comfortable chairs, and we ate our lunch while enjoying the beauty of nature. We were able to go deep into the park, thanks to his 4 wheel drive, very luxurious SUV. We never would have known where to go without him. He was kind enough to send us some of the photos he took along the way. That was a nice gesture. We would highly recommend him.

Exceptional experience to live and relive from every point of view: - Transport in a spacious and comfortable Chevrolet, with unlimited snacks and drinks - Delicious lunch lovingly prepared by Neil's wife (our guide) - Visit of the park adapted to our physical and personalized condition - And finally the kindness and attention of Neil, not to mention his qualities as a photographer. We enjoyed our visit so much that we asked Neil to organize a second visit for us, around the Great Salt Lake… Great too. We promise to come back, to test the 2-day DesertSOLITUDE formula, with campfire, caravan… A big thank you Exceptional experience to live and relive from every point of view: - Transportation in a spacious and comfortable Chevrolet, with snacks and drinks - Delicious homemade lunch - Customized park visit adapted to our physical condition - And at least but not last, Neil's kindness and attentiveness + Photographer skills

Since it is a group tour for up to 6 people, if you can gather 6 participants, I think that it is a tour with a very high cost performance. It was about 4 hours from Salt Lake City to the park, but it was a comfortable drive. I spent about five hours in the park, traversing the delicate, double, skyline and window sections. November is a sunny day, so it is recommended that you can go around efficiently because it is not so crowded. The guides are also very kind and offer a simple barbecue for lunch. He also took a lot of photos and sent them by email. If you have the chance to go to Salt Lake City, take this tour by all means.

Honestly the highlight of our trip to Utah! Amazing tour guide! He made us feel comfortable and planned out an amazing experience! I highly recommend it!