Thad James, owner of Utah High Adventure, has spent 38 years in the world of adventure sports -- no matter what gets your adrenaline going, his team can handle it:
• $42 ($99 value) for a Canyoneering 101 class
Canyoneering is a mix of hiking, wading, swimming, rock climbing, and rappelling. This three- to four-hour group session covers safety, knot-tying, and equipment basics, and teaches you how to rappel.
• $50 ($120 value) for an Advanced Canyoneering class
Three- to four-hour group session covers proper anchoring techniques, rope placement, advanced knots, and more; designed for those looking to explore a canyon solo.
• $150 ($300 value) for a day-long canyoneering trip in Moab
Full-day guided tour includes lunch and all equipment; you'll explore one of Moab's most beautiful, technical canyons. Rappel up to three times and take a dip in a few pools, if the weather permits.
• $42 ($99 value) for a Rock Climbing 101 class
Three- to four-hour group course teaches you safety, knot-tying, and belaying basics, and is held outdoors for a truly hands-on experience.
A Passion for Adventure
This family-owned business's mission is to help people create memories that will last a lifetime, through awesome outdoor adventures. With a passionate team of skiers, canyoneers, mountaineers, kayakers, mountain bikers, and more, Utah High Adventures has in-house skills to help you undertake just about any outdoor adventure -- and since these pros pride themselves on having never had a serious accident since they opened more than 30 years ago, you know you'll be in good hands.
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Utah High Adventure
Hike, Swim, and Rappel Through Utah's Canyons
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