Utah River and Wilderness Expeditions since 1964... come Tag-A-Long with us!
1. We focus our energy on Moab Utah, the Colorado River, and Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Right from the beginning, we realized you can’t be an expert everywhere. Since 1964, we’ve been running these rivers and driving and hiking these canyons. We can negotiate the scariest rapids and help you spot rock art and ruins few travelers ever see. Our intense focus on this region makes a big difference in the quality of your trip.
2. We do the trips ourselves. We have your care and your enjoyment foremost in mind from the moment you contact our office until we bid you a final farewell. You can rest assured that when you reserve a tour with us, you will be on a trip with us. We take personal responsibility for your satisfaction! Plus, we provide you with detailed trip documents, packing lists, and are available by phone or email 7 days a week to answer your questions.
3. We keep some creature comforts in the backcountry. We don’t think that “roughing” it in the backcountry means giving up all your worldly comforts. We provide you with thick, comfy sleeping mattress and cozy climate-appropriate sleeping bags. We designed awnings to fit over our J-rig raft to shade you from the intense desert sun. When you enjoy dinner in the evening, you’re not eating off a log or rock; you sit in comfortable camp chairs and dine at tables.
4. A great Moab Utah trip deserves great food! Dining with Tag-A-Long means much more than hot dogs and stew. We only use the freshest, locally sourced, ingredients in our meals. In fact, we even have an organic garden on-site providing fresh herbs, tomatoes, peppers, and squashes! And we welcome any special dietary requests.
5. Tag-A-Long Guides Are a Step Above the Rest. Our guides are selected for their excellent personalities, technical skills, and ability to bring you safely through some of North America’s wildest rivers and backcountry. You are in the company of real experts who are devoted to sharing Moab Utah with you. They can explain the geology in terms everyone understands, and will bring the flora, fauna, and history of canyon country to life!
6. Small trip sizes provide a more personal experience. We often see rafts holding 20 or more people laboring down the Colorado River. By the time two of these rafts make camp, it looks like a new housing development. We’re pretty sure that’s not why you chose this area for your vacation! Our vehicles and rafts carry from three to eleven travelers. Camp sizes over 20 are unusual. We protect your wilderness experience and your desire for solitude.