With a topography as convoluted and difficult to traverse - and as gorgeous to look at - as that of Moab, Utah, it's easy to see why they say, "If you haven't seen Moab from the air, you haven't seen Moab". Even when the locals of 20 years or more finally take a Moab air tour, they wonder why in the world they didn't do it sooner.
Fly over spectacular formations such as Courthouse Towers, North and South Window Arches, Delicate Arch, Devil's Garden, the Colorado River, Fisher Towers, and Castle Valley. Youth 2 and under fly free on a parent's lap. (2 person minimum per flight)
A spectacular flight over six remote arches in the Needles district: Angel, Druid, Elephant, Kirk, Wedding Ring, and Castle.
There is no other way to visit these parks so comprehensively and comfortably. Gain access to the remote, restricted districts of Canyonlands and bypass the lines and crowds in Arches.
Peer into Grand Gulch, skirt along the Abajo Mountains and return to Moab over beautiful Salt Creek and the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. Youth 2 and under fly free on a parent's lap. (2 person minimum per flight)
When flying is what you do, being grounded in the dirt doesn't seem right... unless that dirt (in the form of canyons, towers, arches and bluffs) is the very reason for taking flight! There is no other place on earth quite like Moab, Utah - and Redtail Aviation knows it. Their pilots are not just pilots, they are "Air Guides" connecting every dip of the wing to something spectacular on the landscape below. You'll know your guide loves the land just as much as their beloved plane and that your air tour was their best one yet!
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.