The Bears Ears National Monument- named for a distinctive pair of towering buttes that resemble the ears of a bear- is a beautiful rugged landscape that stretches for miles in southeast Utah. It covers a wide expanse of juniper forests, red rock canyons, mesas and a variety of interestingly-shaped rock formations. But most importantly, this stretch of land is home to countless historical archaeological sites and artifacts that are sacred to Native Americans and an integral part of their history.
Other than these awesome cultural sites, Bears Ears National Monument offers a great choice of recreational opportunities from hiking, canyoneering, rock climbing, scenic drives and many more. There’s something here for everyone and when they’re not giving guided tours, the guides at Moab Cliffs & Canyons can be found here honing their climbing and rappelling skills.
Guided Adventure Tours Near Bears Ears
When it comes to exploring the desert areas around Moab, no one does it better than us. Our guided tours not only cover local Moab attractions but also those a little further afield. We carefully plan tours that will meet our clients’ expectations to ensure you have the most epic time on your trip.
Check out some of our excursions near Bears Ears National Monument:
Advanced Canyoneering Trips to Cedar Mesa
We offer both full day and multi-day canyoneering tours to various canyons in Cedar Mesa including Black Hole, Fry Canyon and Duckett Slot. These advanced-level trips are exciting and challenging with multiple rappels, intense climbs and deep swims. They are ideal for people looking to satisfy their thirst for canyon exploration while challenging their mental and physical limits.
Rock Climbing Tours to Indian Creek
Any experienced climber will tell you that there’s no place like Indian Creek, especially for those looking to improve their jamming and crack climbing skills. To cater for these clients, we organize full day rock climbing tours to Indian Creek as well as a biannual special Indian Creek Jam Camp. Join us on one of these tours to scale some of the most famous crack lines in the Utah desert.
Hiking Tours to Different Attractions near Bears Ears
One of the best ways to get up close to the rock art, cliff dwellings and pristine canyons near Bears Ears is by hiking there. You can get in touch with Moab Cliffs & Canyons to customize a hiking tour of your own to the Valley of the Gods, Butler Wash Ruins, House on Fire Ruins, Newspaper rock or any other remarkable attractions you’d like to see.
Browse our frequently asked questions section where we’ve answered some of our clients’ most popular enquires about our adventure tours to see what you can carry or wear during our trips. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any other concerns or would like to book one of our guided tours.