Parunuweap 3/4 Day Hiking Adventure

Step into a wilderness of solitude

The East fork of the Virgin River offers access to one of the most remote landscapes in the Zion region. The Paiutes referred to this canyon as Parunuweap, which means “Roaring Water.”    This adventure entails a 13 mile UTV ride through a maze of sand roads to the trail-head at the literal end of the road.  After a brief descent into the Parunuweap proper, the hike works into side canyons past petroglyphs, caves and alcoves so big they defy both physics and belief

Petroglyphs in Parunuweap Canyon

5-11 people: $189 each
4 people: $199 per person
3 people: $225 per person
2 people: $335 per person
1 person: $650

Additional 9.75% Sales Tax and Permit Fees added at checkout

Payment methods:
Cash: 5% discount
Check or Venmo; 3% discount

We can accept all major credit cards with a 4% additional fee.

Best Program For:
Deepest Solitude
Anasazi rock art
Wilderness wandering

Season: March-November
Time: 7-8 hours
Prerequisites: None
Ages: 5-80

Fitness Level: 2
Active paced program with mild elevation gains for guests with greater endurance.
Strength: ability to climb a 12 foot ladder leaning against a house
Aerobic: ability to walk up 5 flights of stairs, without stopping
Balance: ability to stand on one foot for 10 seconds with eyes closed

3-5 miles of hiking
Aerobic level: moderate
Scrambling index(1-10) 3
Height Issues: No
Complimentary digital photos
Gourmet lunch

 Reservation/Cancellation Policy: 
2 weeks before the scheduled program date we will call to obtain a credit card number to hold the reservation.

Cancellations of the program with less than 24 hours notice will be charged 100% of the program fee.

No shows will be charged 100% of the program fee.

If we need to cancel the program for any reason, there is no fee.