Our guides know all the best trails and side excursions for the scenery that you’d like to see. They’re also trained in wilderness first aid and rescue techniques.
We will provide a guide and transportation/shuttles to and from the trailhead.
Wear good, closed-toe hiking or trail running shoes with good ankle support and traction. Rain jackets, sunglasses, a brimmed hat, or warm clothing may be needed depending on the weather. Depending on the season, bring multiple layers of clothing that may be removed or put on as your body warms up or the weather cools. A small day pack with water, snacks, sunscreen and insect repellent is also a good idea to bring.
Our 2-hour hikes usually cover about 3 miles of trails.
Guided hiking participants should be at least 8 years of age.
All hiking participants should heed their guide’s advice. Stay at least 6 feet away from dangerous cliff edges, do not try to approach or handle wildlife, and follow all national park regulations to leave no trace. Participants with health concerns about walking 2-3 miles on uneven terrain with some hills should consult their physicians.