Experience the powerful landscape and epic scenery of this amazing region through an entire afternoon and night under the stars!
Nothing beats a good ole fashioned camping trip! Pack your bags and prepare for an afternoon of backcountry greatness and a night under the stars as we roll out for the southern Utah wilderness. Your guide has a list of amazing camping spots, and will provide you with some amazing options for the perfect spot for this overnight excursion! You’ll be provided with your very own accommodations: choose between hike-in tent camping, or a go overland style with a spacious treehouse style truck-mounted rooftop tent that sleeps four! All meals provided, as well as a campfire (burn ban permitting), s’mores, and songs and stories into the night. Sleeping kits available!
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall
Minimum Age: 18, unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian
Meet time: 4:00pm
Meet location: In front of Outlaw Jeep Adventures in Moab, UT
2 people (minimum): $150 per person
3-4 people: $100 per person
All meals and snacks
All of the technical camping gear: tents, stove, fuel, etc.
Transportation from our meeting point to the route and back to your vehicle.
What you should bring/wear:
Shoes with a soft, flexible sole, such as running shoes or lightweight hiking shoes/ boots that you are comfortable possibly getting wet or dirty
Lightweight shoes or sandals to change into for chill time.
Clothes that are light-weight and loose fitting so to allow you flexibility and freedom of movement
Clothes that are suitable for the season. Utah does get extremely warm during the day, but the desert can be quite cool at night. A long sleeve quick dry shirt always come in clutch, as well as a good jacket.
A sleeping bag and sleeping pad, unless you plan to rent those items from us.
A small pillow.
A beanie for sleeping in.
Other items we recommend that you bring:
Wet wipes to wash yo face
Light rain gear (just in case)
Extra snacks if you get really hungry, are a growing teenager or have dietary restrictions or allergies