Helicopter Tours

Pinnacle Helicopters features a wide selection of scenic helicopter tours of southeastern Utah. Located at the Canyonlands Field Airport, flights are offered daily and include options for all budgets.

Scenic tours range from 20 minutes to one hour. Each tour includes a multitude of backcountry arches, including Gemini Bridges and Corona Arch.

The one-hour tour is truly breathtaking. See Dead Horse Point while flying the entire eastern edge of Canyonlands National Park. Fly down spectacular Kane Creek Canyon and see the rising fins of the Behind the Rocks area, including over seven backcountry arches.

Pinnacle Helicopters offers a daily landing tour into Happy Canyon. Depart the airport in the morning and fly the edge of the northern Maze district of Canyonlands National Park. See the Buttes of the Cross, Ekker Butte, and Upheaval Dome. Land at a remote landing strip, shut down the helicopter, and marvel in the quiet solitude of the canyon country, while exploring an old mining camp.

Pinnacle Helicopters also offers photography services, and flights can be custom-tailored to meet your needs.Helicopters seat up to three passengers, and every seat is a window seat. With two helicopters, Pinnacle Helicopters can fly up to six passengers at once on scenic tours.

Charter service to remote locations and other airports in Utah and the Four Corners area is also available.

Call for pricing, reservations, and to arrange private charter service. 435-220-0041, moabhelicopters.com.


Skydive Moab

Whether you’re an experienced skydiver or looking to cross it off your bucket list for the first time, Moab offers the perfect climate and landscape for skydiving, as well as the most exhilarating way to get a bird’s eye view of the majesty of Arches and Canyonlands, Dead Horse Point, the Colorado and Green Rivers, and more!

 Modern equipment and skilled instructors ensure that skydiving is a safe and fun adventure. After a training class, novices can experience the thrill of freefall with a tandem jump, where you’re harnessed to a professional with thousands of jumps under their belt who controls every aspect of the experience.

Tandem pairs board a plane that climbs about two miles above the dive area and then…jump! Divers freefall for 60 seconds, reaching speeds of up to 120 mph, then the parachute opens and treats you to a peaceful, serene five- to seven-minute canopy flight before a perfect landing.

 Nearly 500,000 Americans skydive each year, making upwards of three million jumps annually. World wide, there are about 3.1 million skydives each year.

The staff at Skydive Moab is comprised of state and world record holders and are among the most experienced instructors in the industry!

If you’re ready to make the jump contact Skydive Moab, 435-259-JUMP (5867), skydivemoab.com.

Plane Tours

Redtail Air Adventures offers unforgettable narrated air tours over the vast national parks as well as the Navajo Tribal Park Monument Valley.

The newest tour is “Run The Colorado River – By Air”, which takes you down the Colorado River to see the famous Cataract Canyon rapids, Lake Powell, the head of the Grand Canyon, and Canyonlands National Park along the way.

Capture breathtaking photos as you learn about the history and geology of southeast Utah. With pilot/guide narration, window seats, and headsets for all, your flight will be a truly memorable and awe-inspiring experience. See more in a few hours than you can ever see from the ground!

Or fulfill a dream: take a ride for two in an open-cockpit WACO biplane. You will wear a leather flight helmet and goggles and relive the barnstormer era of the 1930s. Videos of your once-in-a-lifetime adventure will be available after your flight.

Redtail also offers custom photo flights for the serious photographer who wants to capture the awe-inspiring beauty of Southern Utah. A specially-equipped aircraft offers unobstructed views for the photographer seeking the best possible photo opportunities.
435-259-7421, flyredtail.com.

ZipLine and Via Ferrata course

Raven’s Rim Adventure Tours offers two amazing adventures.

 Their exciting zipline tour is filled with commanding views of the entire surrounding area including a bird’s eye view of Moab.

The tour starts off with a UTV trip following a section of the historic La Sal Mountain Cattle Trail, dating back to the 1880s. This is a thrilling and scenic adventure in itself!

The zipline course features six exhilarating ziplines varying in speed and distance ranging from 290ft to 1,400ft long. The highest zipline is 75ft above ground crossing one of the many canyons between sandstone ridges and fins. You also cross over a 100ft-long suspension bridge.

The fun lasts 2.5 hours. Wear sunscreen and comfortable hiking shoes.

New this year is their Via Ferrata course. Meaning “Iron Path” in Italian, this amazing adventure is a protected climbing route with steel cable rails affixed to the rock, climbing rungs, metal steps, and ladders.

Ascend vertical fin walls and climb down into an epic space net for an up-close look at the natural deep craters. Traverse their 50ft slackline and test your nerves with a free-hanging rappel off their suspension bridge. 435-260-0973, ravensrim.com.