Moab is a great location for your next scout trip or scout camp. The wide variety of destinations, trails, campgrounds and activities make Moab a scout haven. Here you can plan an outing with the perfect mix of outdoor fun and learning. Fulfill requirements for badges, awards, insignias and more. Our professional and knowledgable guides are familiar with the history, geology and goegraphy of the area. See our recommended scouting trips below and start planning your next adventure today.
Experience a full day of world-famous scenery, exclusive hot barbeque lunch at a riverside ranch, and mild whitewater. Raft Fisher Towers to BLM Takeout.
Sample the beauty and excitement of the Colorado River on this morning half-day adventure on mild whitewater. Raft 7 miles from Fisher Towers to Rocky Rapid.
Raft 7 miles of the Colorado River from below Rocky Rapid to takeout beach on our mid-day rafting trip. Enjoy an exclusive hot barbeque lunch and mild whitewater.
Perhaps the best place on the planet to be introduced to canyoneering, you'll rappel 90' feet down into a narrow chasm and then 120' down a massive stone arch. Finish the adventure with a hike out along a trickling stream bed in grogeous Grandstaff Canyon.
Beginning climbers delight in equal parts climbing, instruction and fun. If you've only been climbing in a gym, you will be amazed at how different the experience is on a natural stone face. The spectacular setting and surroundings, combined with the positive cheerful crowd makes this an excellent family adventure.
See Moab from a whole new perspective with this exciting 2-hour high ropes course adventure.
Discover the exhilaration of this incredible off-road excursion in the world's most serious 4x4.
Raft 2 fun-filled days on the scenic Colorado River, enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner in Castle Valley & camp under the stars.
With our guided adventures, you can fulfill specific requirements in the following areas:
Camping, Canoeing, Climbing, Cycling, Environmental Science, First Aid, Fish Wildlife, Fishing, Forestry, Geology, Hiking, Horsemanship, Indian Lore, Backpacking, Nature, Orienteering, Pioneering, Rowing, Safety, Whitewater
What to take, where to eat, where to stay, what to do, and a few little secrets on the side. Not unlike your own personal Jiminy Cricket, (minus the worries of the little guy getting smooshed) the Moab Insiders Guide will provide you with all the essentials for a perfect Moab experience.