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Axe & Knive Throwing!
Utah’s 1st SMASH ROOM
Let your inner barbarian out! Axe throwing has been bringing families together for thousands of years. Join us any time to see what all the buzz is about this easy-to- learn but unforgettable sport. We offer personalized training to turn you into an expert axe-thrower. Fancy yourself a professional barbarian? Then test your mettle in our professional league! (Dismembered limbs not included)
Utah Offroad Tours
Guided Tour General Information
Bill at Peek A Boo Slot Canyon
Bill Tribble is the owner and head guide for all of our tours. He is well-known for providing a memorable experience to all drivers and passengers. Bill will take you to places that other guides have never seen, as well as providing the level of adventure that each participant desires. You won't be disappointed when Bill is your guide.
"My girlfriend and I loved the tour! Bill is very knowledgeable and passionate about what he does. His passion and love for Utah and off roading was contagious. Would definitely recommend, worth every penny. Got to see lots beautiful scenery, during the 3 hour tour. The machines are in really good shape and awesome to drive! We took awesome pictures. It's also very cool to be able to talk to him and your co pilot via radio. He will guide you in every aspect! Prices were the best in the area and does provide snacks and drinks! Utah is amazing and with out a doubt would be coming back!" - Alex R.
"We did the 4 person guided UTV tour and it was awesome!! Bill and his wife lead us through the trails and dunes park. The whole family had a great time and we recommend Utah Offroad to anyone who wants something fun to do." - j h, Ohio
Came into it with high expectations and was not disappointed. Bill is the man! Has great knowledge over the route we covered. Definitely stopping by the next time I'm in Utah to see you again." - Kyle, Virginia
Mountains, Canyons, Valleys, Lakes, Desert, Dunes, Rivers and More . . .
UTV/SXS tours are great fun for individuals, families and groups. We have guided tours from 2 hours, and 4 hour tours all the way up to 3 & 4 day tours. We do full day out and back routes some with lunch included. While others, we do a restaurant then back to the barn. Perhaps you have a ride in mind you want us to put together for your group. No problem we will build something personal.
Southern Utah and The Arizona Strip is an amazing land of enchantment and wonder. Experience Mountains, Canyons, Valleys, Lakes, Dunes, Red sand, Rock formations that take your breath away, and as Chris Ledoux sang the sweet smell of sage brush and so much more.
Come experience all that Southern Utah & Northern Arizona has to offer.
Grand Canyon – Parashant National Monument Arizona
Toroweap Overlook, this area is within the Grand Canyon National Park at 3000 vertical feet above the Colorado River, the sheer drop from Toroweap Overlook offers a dramatic view. The Volcanic cinder cones and lava flows in this ancestral home of the Paiute People make this area unique.
Whitmore Overlook Canyon a very rough & steep dirt road winds down a Lava flow and ends with spectacular views of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River
Nampaweap: A short Trail (less than one mile on foot) takes you to a petroglyph site, one of the largest on the Arizona Strip with hundreds of images providing clues about the lives or early native residents.
Mt. Trumbull School House - Built in 1922 in addition to education the building acted as town hall, church and dance hall. Music performed by local musicians playing whatever instruments they had. Outlaw Big Bill Shanley attended many of these dances.
Mt. Trumbull Saw Mill and Temple Trail, Historic Temple Trail was used by Mormon Pioneers from 1871 to 1877 to haul Ponderosa Pine Timbers from Mt Trumbull Mountain to the St George Temple.
Grand Gulch Mine: Economically valuable copper and silver were found here in 1871, attracting miners and settlers. Historic ruins like the adobe smelter and abandoned dump trucks pay silent tribute to the people who lived and worked here until the early 1900’s
Twin Point: A rough road/trail through pinyons and junipers reaches Twin Point. Its views in the Grand Canyon reveal a fascinating geological story and its remote location offers a profound sense of solitude.
Our Can Am X-3’s are top of the line UTV’s. Every car comes equipped with a PCI Race Radio, Intercom for car to car communication with connectivity to headsets or helmet kits so you can connect your I phone, Droid or MP3 player to listen to your music while we ride. With our car to car communication you are never without your guide. He is simply a push of the button away.
We also offer Go Pro’s mounted on our cars for rent. They come with a 64 GB memory card. You keep the card after the ride.
Your car or one of ours we make sure you see it all.
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