Climb clean sandstone walls, explore deep slot canyons or learn desert survival skills during your Desert Adventure
- Available Daily
- Moab, UT
- Based on custom itinerary
Moab, Utah is an amazing place to escape the daily grind and play in a desert paradise. Take your first Moab adventure and you’ll see that the focus in Moab is always on fun, adventure and relaxation. From rock climbing and canyoneering, to rappelling and desert survival skills, Moab is an excellent setting for an unforgettable multi-adventure vacation.
Our custom multi-day adventures are made up of your choices of these activities:
A great way to enjoy the deep slot canyons Moab has to offer. Technical descents and rappelling routes give access to hiking, petroglyph/pictograph viewing and swimming in some of the most beautiful canyons in the world.
Learn survival fundamentals for travel in the desert environments of Utah. Skills include building a temporary shelter, starting a fire, finding water, emergency response and evacuation.
Explore the beautiful landscape of the Utah desert. Travel through expansive valleys with arches and towers, learning about the local ecosystem and rich history along the way.
A thrilling addition to your Moab adventure, often combined with rock climbing, offering descent of sheer rock faces and overhangs.
Moab offers an array of rock climbing options for climbers of all ability levels, including beginners. Climbing the abundant and striking sandstone walls of Moab is a favorite share for our guides.
The Utah desert offers a one of a kind camping experience, which is complimented by your choice of activities to fill the day. Unforgettable sunsets and delicious camping meals (cook staff available) combine with starry nights, sandy margaritas and s’mores to make this a rewarding adventure for the whole family.
Other activity options may also include:
- Geology Studies
- Wilderness Medicine
- Emergency Response
- Navigation Skills
- Nature Hikes
Choose #1 recommended Apex for your Desert Adventure. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Advanced reservations are recommended, not required. Some personal items provided by participant(s); see the gear list above.
Ready to sign up? To register, click the Book It tab above. You may also call (970) 949-9111 or use our contact page.
What to Bring:
- Changes in clothes dependent upon length of trip
- 64 ounces of water per day
- Hiking shoes
- Rain Jacket
- Synthetic T-shirts
You may also want to consider:
- Extra cash for souvenirs, food, etc.
- Reading material (books, magazines, etc.)
- All camping gear (tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, pillows)
- Professional guide(s)
- All technical gear for rock climbing, rappelling, and canyoneering
If you wish to complete your participant forms in advance, download and print out the pdf below. Complete both pages for each participant, and give to your guide at the beginning of your trip.
Click the button below to view our terms, conditions and cancellation policy.
Please call (970) 949 – 9111