Tag: Canyoneering

  • Canyoneering in Catalonia

    Tim and I managed to sneak in a canyoneering session on one of our final days in Sort, Spain. The team at ExploraGuise was amazing to work with and we ended up with a personal guided tour of the Infern canyon… It was soooo much fun – we recommend both the canyon and the company […]

  • A week in Moab – can’t help but have fun!

    Moab is my second “happy place” (behind Tofino) in North America. I just can’t get enough of the laid back lifestyle and amazing rocks. It doesn’t hurt that when we come in the late fall it is still summer like weather and it’s almost guaranteed that I can wear shorts and swim outside! We had […]

  • Canyoneering in Zion National Park, Utah

      Zion National Park is a wonder of colours – blue skies + red rocks with a little orange, yellow and green thrown into the mix with the fall trees. We drove from east to west through Zion, getting to drive the Zion tunnel right down the middle (for a small $15.00) park fee along […]

  • Canyoneering – Peekaboo & Spooky Slot Canyons, Escalante Utah

      We came canyoneering in the Grande Escalante region 3 years ago and had the misfortune of arriving days after a major flood, which washed out a number of the key access roads. Top of our list that trip was the Peekaboo / Spooky canyons, which are a set of family friendly canyons that run […]

  • Canyoneering at Leprechaun Canyon, Utah

    Full of enthusiasm from our Little Wild Horse Canyon day, we headed south down the highway past Hanksville to the North Wash area where there are a cluster of slot canyons that are fairly family friendly. We determined that our monstrosity would not fit into the trailhead so continued down the road about 3 miles […]