Page, AZ is a great place to find a guide for your Southwest adventure. So what's the difference between a guided tour and a guided adventure? A guided tour is more of a passive experience where the guide will have all information and experience needed for you to enjoy the attraction. Tours typically do not have any mental or physical requirements, and they are generally a wonderful experience for everyone. A guided adventure is an active experience. Guided adventures often require a certain amount of physical fitness, mental willingness to step outside of their safety comfort zone, but most importantly, it requires active participation. It's even helpful to have some outdoor experience, though it is not required. Some of the popular guided adventures in the Page, AZ include canyoneering, white water rafting, kayaking, slot canyon hiking, overnight backpacking trips, horse-trail rides, mountain biking, and fishing.
Most of these guided adventures can be done without a guide, though many do require getting a permit. Permits can be limited, so please make sure to do your research before coming to Page and make sure you are able to adhere to the rules, regulations and requirements of your chosen adventure. Even if you're a very capable and experienced outdoor enthusiast, it can be fun and educational to hire a guide. There's beta, geological info, and stories of these canyons that only a seasoned guided can tell you. Always be safe. It can feel really big out here.
Buckskin Gulch is one of the largest slot canyons and unless you know your way around, you may miss out on seeing some of the best parts of the canyon. This Buckskin Gulch Private Tour from Kanab takes you into the slot canyon with a guide who knows the greatest areas to take photos. Pl … More
Buckskin Gulch is one of the largest slot canyons and unless you know your way around, you may miss out on seeing some of the best parts of the canyon. This Buckskin Gulch Private Tour from Kanab takes you into the slot canyon with a guide who knows the greatest areas to take photos. Plus, you'll see some of the petroglyph rock writings from the early Archaic period.