Accessible Moab Adventure

Join us for an adaptive, multi-sport adventure in the Marvels of Moab!


Our Accessible Moab trip offers a variety of accessible activities to suit all interests and abilities, from gentle walks along nature trails to exhilarating whitewater rafting trips. We’ll also provide educational opportunities, including talks by our guides and naturalists, to help you gain a deeper understanding of the history and ecology of each park.

At night, rest comfortably in accessible lodging, where we offer a variety of accommodations to suit your needs, including fully accessible hotel rooms, cabins, and campsites.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to experience the natural wonders of America’s national parks in a way that is accessible to all. Join us on this adventure of a lifetime and create memories that will last a lifetime!

Financial aid available. Possible parameters for financial aid such as proof of fixed income, below or at poverty level for their residence.

Trip Length

6 Days



Group Size

8 Persons

Trip Dates

September 30- October 5


Hiking & Interpretive Tours
Whitewater rafting


Medically-trained, naturalist guides
Round-trip transportation from SLC
Group camping equipment
All meals
Park entry fees
Adaptive equipment for activities
Tent & sleeping pad

Not Included

Gratuity for your guide
Sleeping bag (available to rent for $50)
Personal camping gear (see pack list)


Financial aid available. Possible parameters for financial aid such as proof of fixed income, below or at poverty level for their residence.

Trip Info

Moab is located 4 hours from Salt Lake City in the southeastern corner of Utah. On this accessible trip, you’ll explore the Marvels of Moab from the nearby Arches & Canyonlands National Parks, to paddling the Colorado River along the Old Spanish Trail crossing, and being fully immersed amongst the red rock canyons and dark skies. Moab may be small, but it is mighty and filled with adventure!

The experience was amazing. I tend to be independent wanting to go my own way but oh how I have shifted. The guides, Alex and Matt, know where to go and when so we could really enjoy the parks and hikes. They are full of insightful information about history, nature, and geography. The food, picnics, and organization was all so well done. I didn’t have to worry about anything. The views were amazing and Alex and Matt delighted in making sure we saw and experienced the best of everything the parks had to offer. The hikes were the perfect challenge to allow me to feel so satisfied about a day outside. It was such a wonderful experience with Good Trip Adventures. Thank you!

Cathy M, May 2022


The best times of year to hike in the deserts of Utah are during early Spring from late February to May, and the fall months of September through to early November. The summer months can be oppressively hot and not ideal for hiking. Daytime temperatures in spring and fall are usually from 60° to 80°F and nights are cool. In the early fall you should be prepared for the odd afternoon thunderstorm.


Good Trippers can be any age but most of our travelers are in their 30s – 50s.

We get families, couples and friends, but most of our travelers come solo! We have trips for all abilities, just make sure to review the Intensity section for information about what to expect on your trip. 

All public trips are 18+. If you’re traveling with kids, we’d be happy to make any itinerary private! Email

Intensity – Moderate

Expect to spend 3-6 hours walking or hiking  over the course of the day (and, yes there will be elevation change) while carrying day packs with water and snacks! Suitable for most fit people with a bit of hiking experience.


  • Four nights camping in a tent in Dead Horse Point State Park 
  • One night staying in a hotel close to downtown Moab
  • Price is based on double occupancy accommodations
  • Single supplement is available for an additional $550 per person and subject to availability.


Your guide will be picking you up by 10:30-11:00 AM on Day 1, so please book a flight that arrives by 10:00 am. Alternatively, you can be collected at your accommodation in Salt Lake City if you are already in town- within a 15 minute radius from the SLC airport.

Your trip ends back at Salt Lake City International Airport at around 2:00 pm on Day 6. Please book a flight that leaves after 4:00 PM to ensure you have enough time to check-in. Alternatively you can be dropped at your accommodation in Salt Lake City if you are staying on.

Accessible Moab Adventure Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive in Salt Lake City by the early afternoon before meeting your group and expert guides for a lunch in town at a local brewery! After full bellies and initial conversation, you and your group will make the 4-hour transfer to Moab. Upon arriving, you’ll set-up your tent and settle into your basecamp for the next few days. Enjoy a scrumptious dinner cooked by your guides before a fun evening at the campfire.

Meals: L, D

Day 2

Explore Arches National Park, the highest density of arches in the world- with over 2,000! Today you’ll spend the day on the trails of Arches taking a guided tour and hike. Immerse yourself in towers, buttes, arches and more as you take in the red rock county. Whether you’re looking for a strenuous hike or a leisurely walk your guides will customize the day to get everyone’s needs met! Enjoy a picnic lunch midday inside Arches National Park. Our final trails are selected based on our group’s needs and experience level, but will include paved options.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 3

Rise and shine! Spend the day rafting the rapids of the Colorado River- this section in Moab is home to the crossing on the Old Spanish Trail. You’ll spend the full day floating and paddling these class I & II rapids. Adaptive equipment will be included and available. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch at a beach along the river. In the evening, we will take some time to watch the sunset at Dead Horse Point.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 4

Enjoy Moab from a new perspective today via canyoneering! We’ll adventure through various remote areas and wild canyons. You can expect to spend the day hiking, rappelling, down-climbing, stemming, and in some cases, wading or swimming! A true Moab adventure! After enjoying lunch in town, settle into a leisurely afternoon hike that departs from camp.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 5

Canyonlands National Park comprises 4 different districts over 300,000 acres. Today you’ll explore one of those districts – The Island in the Sky! You and your group will spend the full day on the trails leisurely exploring arches, buttes, mesas and more! You’ll be rewarded with never ending views overlooking the Colorado and Green Rivers! In the evening, you’ll settle into a night at a hotel and enjoy dinner in town at a local restaurant.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 6

After a final breakfast in town, your guides will transfer you back to Salt Lake City for your farewells and departing flight.

Meals: B

Accessible Moab Adventure Packing List

  • Required Gear
    • Day pack (15-30 liters recommended)
    • Luggage (can be left in the vehicle, 1 small suitcase per person)
    • Sleeping bag (also available to rent)
    • Pack cover
    • Headlamp
    • Reusable water bottles or bladders (3L total capacity)
  • Recommended Gear and personal items
    • Cotton or silk sleeping bag liner (optional, recommended if renting)
    • Travel pillow
    • Sunscreen
    • Earplugs
    • Insect repellent
    • Toiletries (please choose biodegradable and scent-free items)
    • Small, personal first aid kit (including blister treatment)
    • Small, quick dry towel
    • Required Clothing
      • Warm jacket (down, puffy, fleece)
      • Rain jacket or shell
      • Breathable wicking base layers
      • Lightweight hiking pants
      • Warm clothes to sleep in
      • Warm hat
      • Sun hat with a brim
      • Wool socks (1 pair per day of trip)
      • Hiking boots
      • Sunglasses
    • Recommended Clothing
      • Rain pants
      • Buff or neck scarf
      • Comfortable clothes for camp
      • Sandals or camp shoes

    Accessible Moab Arches & Canyonlands National Park Trip

    Accessible Moab Adventure


    Financial aid available. Possible parameters for financial aid such as proof of fixed income, below or at poverty level for their residence.

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