The Maze is the most primitive, least explored, and most remote district of Canyonlands. So isolated is this area that Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch used it for a hideout. The Maze is also home to a splendid collection of ancient Anasazi Indian rock art panels and ruins. Only hikers and experienced four-wheelers have the good fortune to see these spectacular archaeological wonders.
The Maze 4x4 in Canyonlands
Horseshoe Canyon Barrier-Style Art – Hiking (HS0)
Tag-A-Long will charter this far reaching backcountry tour for a single day's use. The rock art is sublime life size anthropoids. The setting tucked away to require 8 miles of hiking, up and down a 600-foot escarpment on a sturdy trail. Meets in Moab.
Maze Rush (JM0)
Envision the rush of wind as you jet boat upon the Colorado River into the Canyonlands National Park heart. There you meet up with your 4x4 and Maze hiking guide to climb out of the river corridor into the Dolls House. You'll feel the rush of total immersion in the Utah wilderness and rove the 4WD trails back to Moab.
Maze Wilderness Immersion 4 wheel drive & hiking (MD3)
The intimidating and perilous landscape of the Maze calls only the adventurous and curious hiker into its entangling network of canyons and hiking trails. We gain access to the Maze through a network of 4x4 trails. The result is unparalleled solitude while you explore the archeological wonders in this powerful landscape.
Maze Wilderness Immersion/Cataract Canyon Express (4x4 and whitewater rafting MC4)
Deep immersion by 4x4 in Canyonlands National Park's pristine Maze region AND the full-tilt whitewater of Cataract Canyon. Who says you can't have it all?