In addition to living and traveling in Utah's desert canyon environment, this trip focuses on the area's natural history and incredible Anasazi culture. Exposed landforms provide textbook illustrations of the land's geologic past while thickly vegetated riparian zones contrast stark expanses of rock, sand, and black bush.
Prehistoric Indian cultures once thrived in the region; Utah's Grand Gulch is filled with amazing signs and remnants of their society. This is a fantastic trip to invite non-grad guests, friends or family. Backpack Utah’s desert canyons with a focus on the area’s incredible human history. Explore the canyon’s secrets and hidden paths. Navigate the slickrock’s variegated topography and enjoy the shade in oasis-like canyon bottoms. You’ll traverse a 26-mile section of Grand Gulch and Bullet Canyon, one of Utah’s top hiking adventures.
*Even with light packs, traveling through tight, rugged canyons is challenging.