Slippery When Wet

Canyoneering in Arizona is unlike any other location - mostly due to our amazing geography.  Arizona's wet canyons are spectacular. On this adventure you'll find yourself hiking, scrambling, boulder hopping, rappelling, wading and swimming through some of Arizona's amazing slot canyons.  Join us on a trip through smooth granite cracks, pine forest pools, or hidden desert passages.

Our wet Arizona canyoning tours take place in either Salome, better known as The Jug, or Christopher Creek.  Both are very different from each other - The Jug is a sculpted pink-granite canyon, while Christopher Creek is a high-elevation canyon that requires wetsuits even in the depth of summer.  Either way, your guided Arizona canyoneering adventure will become the thing you talk about most about your vacation.

Duration:  Full day - approximately 3-5 hours in the canyon, depending on group size & pace.

Rendezvous Location:  9 AM. April through May - Tonto Basin; June through September - Payson

Includes:  Permits & entry fees, skilled guide(s), wetsuit, all necessary adventure gear & safety equipment, lunch, water, snacks & day packs.  Guides carry First Aid kits & cell phones. 

Cost:  $445/first person, $245/add'l person; groups of 4 or more are $245/person (if wetsuits are not required or you bring your own deduct $20/person).  Private tours available for an additional fee of $250.  Transportation from Phoenix/Scottsdale is $150/group 1-3; $250/group 4-10.

Season:  This tour is available April to September, weather dependent.

Skill level:  Beginner to Advanced, but a good fitness level is required since this is a full-day adventure.  Participants must be able hike at least one hour at a time, and swim up to 300 feet at one time.  Turning around or pulling out is not an option.  Minimum age is 14; however parties with children aged 10-13 may opt for a private tour for an additional fee ($250).  This tour is not recommended for guests with knee, hip or back issues.  Please note that bees are often present in canyons.

Notes:  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  Canyoneering tours are usually group tours; private tours are available for an additional fee.  Hat & sunscreen recommended.  Don't forget a waterproof camera!  Close-toe shoes are required; also, make sure to bring a pair of shorts you can wear over the wetsuit to avoid damages.

Cancellation Policy:  All half and full day tours have a 72-hour cancelation policy.  If your plans change for any reason, please be sure to call at least 72 hours prior to the day of your tour to avoid charges.

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