On the Grand Circle 4-Day Multisport Adventure, you'll enjoy a day of whitewater rafting plus ATVs or mountain biking - and spend three more days touring three different national parks where you will have the opportunity to take photographs, sightsee, and do some hiking in these amazing natural areas. It's one awesome adventure!

As you will undoubtedly discover, each of these destinations provides unique landscapes and, in turn, unique experiences - each as memorable as the other. Explore the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon National Park on this Grand Circle Adventure!

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Tour / Activity Details

4 days
6:45 am on Monday only (May through October Pickups 6:00 am - Mandalay Bay Shark Reef Entrance 6:15 am - Treasure Island Buccaneer Bay Blvd. 6:30 am - Stratosphere Tour Entrance 6:45 am - USA Hostel on Fremont (side street) You must specify one of these four pickup locations on the Order Form

Please Note: 48 Hours Minimum Advance Booking Required.

Minimum 4 Persons To Operate. Pickup is only available from the four specified locations. Gratuity is not included. This tour requires a total of 4 participants to guarantee departure. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

There is a $6.95 USD processing fee per order. This is a flat fee regardless of the number of tickets or tours purchased on an order. There is a service charge per ticket. This charge will be reflected on your summary before you checkout. The total shown at checkout includes any fuel surcharges, service charges and tax. There are no additional charges, unless otherwise specified.

Tour / Activity Policies

Cancellation Policy: There are no refunds. All sales are final.

Change Fee Policy: If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

Tour / Activity Description

Spend a day in Big Rock Candy Mountain, riding the rapids of the Sevier River on a whitewater raft or inflatable kayak. Pitch your tent by the river and fall asleep to the sounds of the churning waters. Enjoy a hearty breakfast before heading out for a morning ride on your ATV or mountain bike through the pine trees, creeks, and mountain trails.

This multisport trip is full of variety. Walk along the rim of the Grand Canyon, splash down the Narrows in Zion and hike through the colorful, unusual hoodoos in Bryce Canyon. This tour is the ideal way to experience the natural wonders of America's Southwest.


  • Hiking
  • ATVs
  • Rafting
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Campfire Meals
  • Camping
  • Horseback Riding Option


  • River Rafting Included
  • Choose ATVs or Mountain Bikes for 2nd Day
  • 1 Day in Grand Canyon National Park
  • 1 Day in Bryce Canyon National Park
  • 1 Day in Zion National Park
  • Horseback Riding Available


  • Tent camping
  • Sleeping bags, pads & pillows included
  • Hot showers are available


All meals are included

River Rafting

Class I-III

NOTE: The Sevier River is dam controlled and there are periods when the river is slow flowing; not whitewater. In this instance, you may kayak or choose an alternate activity.

Skill Level:

Beginner +


Easy to Strenuous


Day 1 - Your first day takes you to Big Rock Candy Mountain, where you will set up your camp, wash up and have lunch before beginning your adventure. The Sevier River flows through scenic Marysvale Valley, surrounded by mountain peaks rising up to 12,189 feet. It then enters Marysvale Canyon and begins a drop of 60 feet per mile. The steep canyon walls present a scenic backdrop with formations and sheer cliffs rising 500 feet above the rivers course. You will be an integral part of a team navigating your raft through these exciting rapids. Depending on water conditions and runoff levels, you can choose between a raft or a kayak, but be prepared to get wet. Back at camp, you'll enjoy a hard-earned dinner by the campfire before turning in for the night.

Day 2 - After a hearty breakfast, you'll choose between ATVs or mountain bikes. Navigate your ATV on the Paiute trail, where world class trail riding is standard. This trail system is over 300 miles and you'll get to sample a taste of it. If you'd prefer a mountain bike, the area also provides great trail riding, and the streams and pine trees give spectacular scenery around every turn.

Next you'll travel to Bryce Canyon National Park, where erosion has shaped colorful sandstone into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles, and mazes. These formations are collectively called "hoodoos." The Navajo or Bristlecone Loop and Queens Garden trails are just a few of the great hiking options available. Your accommodations for this evening are located just outside Zion National Park at the beatiful Coral Pink Sand Dunes. The only sand dune on the Colorado River Plateau, its colors change and glow in the sunsets. This area is a photographer's paradise.

Day 3 - The third day of this adventure takes you to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Here you can hike along the rim of the Grand Canyon where spectacular views of this tremendous wonder of the world abound. Visit the historic lodge and look out its giant windows to the canyon below, or enjoy a ranger talk by the stone fireplace. If you have time, take a horseback ride into the canyon on one of the scenic trails. In the evening, you will get the chance to experience the Coral Pink Sand Dunes by moonlight. Night hikes are magical...try it barefoot and let your toes sink into the pink sand. Dinner will be served and enjoyed around the campfire as you enjoy the night sky.

Day 4 - Your final day starts early as the tour heads to Zion National Park. Zion grabs your focus with its sheer sandstone walls and dramatic cliffs. After a quick stop at the Visitor's Center, you will have the opportunity to hike the Narrows (weather permitting), summit Angel's Landing or relax by the Virgin River. Horseback riding is available while in Zion. For those wanting a break from hiking, the free shuttle to Springdale offers restaurants and shopping with local artist flair. After an enjoyable day - no matter which activity you choose - it's time to say goodbye to the canyons and return to Las Vegas.


  • Round Trip Transportation from Las Vegas
  • Whitewater Rafting/Kayaking
  • Choice of ATV or Mountain Biking
  • Three National Parks
  • All Permits and Fees
  • All Meals
  • Kitchen and Cooking Equipment
  • Snacks and Water
  • Tents and Native American Teepees

Not Included:

  • Guide gratuity (generally 5%-10% of trip cost)

What to Bring:

Come prepared. You will be travelling from the desert floor to treelined mountain tops, and back down again. You will be hiking, rafting, biking, and riding ATVs. Temperatures can vary greatly, so it is best to be prepared for all types of weather conditions. The following is a recommended gear list for you, to help make your journey comfortable and enjoyable.

  • 3 sets of shorts/pants and shirt
  • 1 set base layer (polypro, capilene, etc.)
  • 1 fleece top (for warmth)
  • Socks (wool or synthetic recommended)
  • Sturdy shoes/boots for hiking
  • Shoes for river hiking & rafting (will get wet)
  • Rain jacket for summer showers
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Ski type beanie/hat for cool evenings
  • Small Backpack or Daypack for hiking
  • Water Bottle / Nalgene (at least 2)
  • Personal hygiene kit
  • Small washcloth or towel
  • Toothbrush & toothpaste
  • Personal Medications
  • Sunblock and Lip Balm (a must!)
  • Insect Repellant (small container)
  • Headlamp and batteries (highly recommended)
  • Camera and plenty of film and batteries
  • Credit card and photo ID
  • Cash for souvenirs, tips, drinks and optional activities

Based on years of experience, your guides suggest the above items to consider for your trip - but you should bring what will best suit your needs. The canyons can be shady and cool in the mornings, and extremely hot in the middday sun. Summer thunderstorms are common, and you will want protection from the rain. If you have any questions about bringing the right gear, your E-Ticket will include a contact number for your guides.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What time will we get back? -- Return to the Las Vegas Strip locations is roughly 7:00 pm on Thursday.

What is included during the trip? -- Guided trips are all inclusive. Round trip transportation to and from Las Vegas, along with all in-park transfers and fees, is included. You will get personalized service, freshly prepared and tasty meals, and lodging in Native American style teepees.

Is there a minimum age requirement? -- Days are long. To make the most of this trip, the group will rise early and retire late. Young children sometimes struggle with the lengthy days and long drives. For the enjoyment of everyone on these trips, we ask that children be at least 12 years old.

What kind of experience do the guides have? -- Your guides have years of experience in the outdoors; both personally and professionally. They possess a vast knowledge of the areas visited - the trails, the wildlife, the plants, and weather patterns. Before they can become lead guides, they must undergo strict training programs which prepare them to manage groups, make good decisions, and handle emergencies. CPR and First Aid training, as well as Wilderness First Aid or First Responder is standard, and they carry satellite radios and/or cell phones at all times.

Do you supply alcohol? May we bring our own? -- Alcohol is not supplied; however, you may bring your own for dinner or the campfires. You will have an opportunity to purchase last minute items, beer or wine before heading to camp - so if this interests you, bring some spending cash.

When should I make a reservation? -- Space is limited, so you should make your reservations as early as possible.

Are there minimum participant requirements? -- Yes. In order to keep prices affordable, these trips require a minimum of four (4) total participants in order to run as scheduled. In the event we are 1 or 2 people short, your guides may offer the option of still running the trip, for a small additional fee. They may also offer options of rescheduling or moving you to another tour. If none of the options work with your schedule, you will be refunded in full.

Should I buy travel insurance? -- If you are concerned about the possibility of having to cancel, it us strongly suggested you purchase trip cancellation insurance to protect your vacation investment. You will have the option during the ordering process to purchase travel insurance. Our cancellation policy applies in every instance, with no exceptions for any reason. We are not responsible for any expenses incurred due to travel delays, flight cancellations, or illness - and assume no financial responsibility for personal injury, emergency evacuation, or equipment lost or damaged in any way.

Please Note: 48 Hours Minimum Advance Booking Required.

Minimum 4 Persons To Operate. Pickup is only available from the four specified locations. Gratuity is not included. This tour requires a total of 4 participants to guarantee departure. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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