Half Day Tour: For the group that just wants to wet their beak a little bit and enjoy the day hiking in the Buckskin without camping.
Our tour begins high on a ridge with an amazing vista where you can see for miles with lands just begging to be explored. We chose a different starting point for this tour than most because the first 6 miles of the Buckskin gulch can get very muddy and the deep pools of cold stinky squishy stagnant water is not necessary to experience the grandeur of this slot.
If you enjoy wading through 40-ish degree water correctly named "the cesspool" for several miles we are not the company for you. We drop down a little used trail that's hard to find just past the afore mentioned sloppiness. The first intro to the Buckskin is a fantastic Anasazi petroglyph panel depicting early human life in the area. We wander down the canyon stopping several times for pictures. This trip lasts between 4-5 hours and you should be in reasonable shape with good hiking shoes or boots. Lunch and drinks are provided all for just $150 per person. RESERVATIONS
Full Day Tour: This trip gives you the great highlights of the Buckskin packed into an amazing day trip. We extend the 4 hour trip a few extras and make it a 7 hour extravaganza. Our goal is to make it to the rock jam of the Buckskin gulch 4 miles from our entry into the canyon. The canyon becomes more and more scenic as we head down towards the confluence. I once heard that some's good but more's better so here is a little extended trip for the all day hiking crowd. You are sure to love this one at just $200 per person. RESERVATIONS
Trips to Coyote Buttes, Teepees and White Pockets available on request