If you like remote locations and being one with nature you’ll love our Top 5 picks of 2016

#5 Peek-a-Boo & Spooky Slot Canyons

These slot canyons are located In Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. From the small remote town of Escalante you’ll travel 26 miles down the battered “Hole-in-the-Rock Road”. Bring everything you’ll need as it’s a long way for supplies. These two slot canyons are…Read More

#4 Gooseberry Mesa Mountain Biking

If you’ve ever wanted to bike in Moab you’ll love this place. Gooseberry Mesa is located in Southwestern Utah near the small town of Hurricane. The slickrock mountain biking trails here offer technical challenges while the Zion Mountains provide a picturesque backdrop. Gaze out over several hundred foot cliffs….Read More

#3 Joint Loop Trail – Canyonlands

This wondrous hike takes place in the Needles Section of Canyonlands National Park. This amazing trail takes you past fantastic Needles and through the “Joint”. Add other trails to find more breathtaking surprises….Read More

#2 Santa Elena Canyon

Paddle down the Rio Grande River as you are surrounded by 1,500′ cliff walls on both sides. Here the modern world doesn’t exist and you can immerse yourself in natures beauty. If you’re lucky you will find the hidden Fern Canyon for a scrambling adventure into Mexico. Read More

#1 Buckskin Gulch

If you live for adventure than this should be at the top of your list. Buckskin Gulch is the 2nd longest Slot Canyon in the world. Once you’re in there’s only 1 escape route to be found from the tower walls of the canyon. You’ll never know what surprises await you in the canyon until…..Read More

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