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To book a group outdoor adventure, please contact Lindy Overton at 435.652.5744 or email her here. Group events should be planned at least 72 hours in advance.
An Evening with the Stars
2 HOURS, $35 PER PERSON, S'MORES INCLUDED
View the brilliant night sky with its canopy of stars and learn how to locate stars, planets, satellites and constellations.
Bryce Canyon National Park
11 HOURS (6–8 MILES), $200 PER PERSON
An unforgettable hike through the Bryce Canyon Amphitheater and its red rock spires, pinnacles and hoodoos.
6 HOURS, $180 PER PERSON
A combination of hiking, climbing, scrambling and rappelling through narrow canyons formed by erosion and the uplift of the Colorado Plateau.
Canyon view Yoga
1½ HOURS, $35 PER PERSON
Learn the best yoga poses to help burn calories, release toxins, reduce inches and understand why yoga helps foster a healthy body-mind awareness. This yoga session will leave you feeling confident, inspired and refreshed.
Chakras, Goal & Gratitude Journal Hike
4 HOURS, $60 PER PERSON (JOURNAL INCLUDED)
Red rocks and desert hiking are ideal for stirring one’s creativity and imagination. Dave Dwulit (certified 2Y2R) will lead you on this inspirational journey to discover your “Wheels-of-Life” in beautiful Snow Canyon State Park.
Hike & Kayak
6 HOURS, $130 PER PERSON; BIKE TOUR, $50 MORE PER PERSON; KAYAK ONLY, 4 HOURS, $100 PER PERSON
Starting with a spectacular three-mile hike, this multi-sport adventure is followed by basic kayaking on a local lake with magnificent views of the Santa Clara River Valley and lunch on the shore.
3 HOURS, $90 PER PERSON
Designed primarily for beginners, this adventure will take your group through Snow Canyon State Park.
Kayenta Coffee Cruise
3 HOURS, $45 PER PERSON, DRINK INCLUDED
A guided hybrid bike tour along paved trails and roads to the coffee house and artist galleries in the desert community of Kayenta, with a complimentary coffee drink at Xetava Gardens. This scenic 12-mile round trip includes a range of terrain; choose to bike one way or round trip.
Pound Puppy Hike
2 HOURS, $25 PER PERSON, PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE DOGS
This hike is perfect for anyone who misses their four-legged friend. We start with a short drive to the Ivins “No Kill” Animal Shelter. After greeting the dogs we enjoy a 1 ½-mile hike with them at the base of Red Mountain.
3 HOURS, $130 PER PERSON
Those first few steps backwards over the edge of 150-foot Cougar Cliff can be a little unnerving, but, once past that point, rappelling is a thrilling adventure. Safely descend a fixed rope with Zion Rock & Mountain Guide as your expert.
Red Mountain Fire Ceremony
1 HOUR, $40 PER PERSON
Gather under the desert sky to release regrets, fears and negative beliefs, and embrace heartfelt dreams and desires.
Red Mountain Yoga
1 HOUR, $25 PER PERSON
Against a backdrop of red rocks and brilliant blue skies, your group will practice yogic breathing, postures and meditation.
Tai Chi on the Rocks
1½ HOURS, $35 PER PERSON
Staged at sunset in Snow Canyon State Park on red rocks that refuel the body’s natural healing capabilities. Practicing the graceful movements of Tai Chi together creates a group energy that is exponentially more powerful than any one individual.
Take a Hike
2½ HOURS, $60; ADD A PICNIC FOR $12 PER PERSON
Join us for a hike in beautiful Snow Canyon State Park or another of our amazing slick rock hiking areas. We can tailor a hike for any time and difficulty level for your group.
Zion Canyon Spirit Hike
8 HOURS, $190 PER PERSON
Spend a day with Bud Howard on this spiritual adventure in beautiful Zion Canyon experiencing tai chi, hiking and meditation as you connect with the natural world.
Zion National Park
6–8 HOURS, $170 PER PERSON
Hike among Zion’s lush forestland and towering majesty of colorful sandstone mountain peaks. Ask about adding dinner in Springdale.
Prices subject to change without notice. By voluntarily signing up to participate in any organized outdoor recreation activity at Red Mountain Resort, guests acknowledge the presence of risks associated with outdoor activities.