Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Profile Join. Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox. By: Get In The Wild. Check Availability. Free Cancellation up to 24 hours in advance. Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience Perfect for all ages and skill level Informative, friendly and professional guide Get up-close to native wildlife Lunch included All entrance fees included. Read more.
Select Date and Travelers. Enter Date. Tour options 1. Low Price Guarantee. The red rock formations of southern Utah are a climber's paradise. Once experienced, they come back again and again. What to Expect. Your adventure begins with a warm welcome from your guide who will provide an overview of the area's fascinating history, safety information and an introduction to basic rappelling and canyoneering. Once we enter the canyon you can expect challenging teamwork, awe-inspiring rappels, exciting, rope-assisted down climbs, stemming through spectacular slot canyons, and escaping hidden potholes.
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English 6. See what travelers are saying:. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed May 27, via mobile Canyoneering adventure. Reviewed May 22, Utah Canyoneering. Date of experience: May Thank DBKao. Date of experience: April Thank Bob T. Reviewed October 30, Amazing experience in a beautiful and special area. Date of experience: October Reviewed October 10, Canyoneering Adventure. Thank willida I'd like to know what kind of road conditions to expect and how long it should take to get to Moonshine as well as any camping along the road or at the trailhead.
Any info would be greatly appreciated as there is very little info on this area. The road is actually pretty decent getting down there. The actual access into Moonshine Wash probably requires high clearance but not 4WD. We've been down there a couple times in our Jeep Wrangler - just can't recall specifically.
Pretty much for sure, though, a passenger car might be a bit tough. Downside would just be a little longer hike into the wash. We didn't camp, but you ought to be able to find a reasonable spot.
Just keep in mind this is pretty wide open desert - not a lot of shady spots. This is a pretty healthy drive from Moab. My recollection is that it's probably a decent hour or more from Green River.
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It is a fantastic hike although my wife would not agree. The slot is fun and the hike up on the plateau by the old bridge is also a great hike. We hiked the slot then went up top and hiked back. Definitely bring lots and lots of water. We did run short. It was cool in the slot but super hot up top. For what you're trying to do, this is probably a pretty decent destination. Another more civil hike is Little Wild Horse Canyon. One other note. If you're going to be spending any time in the Robber's Roost area or nearby, I might recommend it. You get additional mapping, insights, etc. It's by far the best site of its kind for detailed planning of canyoneering and climbing.
I've also seen information on Colonnade Arch which looks beautiful, but is also very hard to get any good info on. Someone had mentioned that they had camped under the arch before it's not in a national park. Any info at all on this would again be greatly appreciated. This will be my fifth trip to southern utah in the last 4 years, but the first time I'm really considering going "off the grid". Save your money! This book has 1, times the information and costs less than half the price of Climb-Utah ….
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I just checked and it has great section on Robbers Roost and that whole area. I just saw a photographer friend of mine recently went to Robbers Roost and put a trip report on his blog. How long of a drive is Moonshine from Moab - 2hrs? But that is driving at a really good pace. The road is buttery smooth right now. Being this is your first time there I think you should allow yourself a little more than two hours. You might consider camping at the top of Horseshoe Canyon which is fairly close and easy to get to. At least you won't be laying your tent onto weeds. The only advice I'll give you is there are large chokestones in there.
Some are at least six feet high. You have to jump down them. While looking down over it, be thinking about how you're going to get back up. Also, at the bottom of those choke stones is commonly mud.
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