The Maze District of Canyonlands National Park is a wild, remote and rugged, labyrinth of deep canyons, and called the Maze for good reason. 100 miles from nowhere, down axle-busting 4x4 trails, these intricate canyons offer the perfect escape. For most people the Maze is about getting lost in unparalleled solitude. Where there is as much country standing up as there is laying down. One of Earth’s greatest places, rim rocked inside Canyonlands National Park.
High-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicles are required for all Maze backcountry roads, which are considered very difficult under any condition. Hiking trails in the Maze are primitive at best. Summer time temperatures can reach 110 degrees and water is scarce. These intimidating factors preserve a remote American wilderness that holds a special significance to those fortunate enough to have visited.
The finest rock art panels in North America are left here from Archaic hunters and gathers. A landscape of standing rocks above a maze of canyons. These are are the canyons where Butch Cassidy, and The Hole in the Wall Gang hideout. For those willing to learn its secrets, the Maze is the most dramatic escape in Canyonlands National Park.
Rates: Adult:$175 | Youth:$165
Area: Maze 4x4/Hiking Tour
Length: 1 day
Rates: Adult:$595 | Youth:$595
Area: Maze 4x4/Hiking Camp-out
Length: 2 days
Rates: Adult:$1250 | Youth:$1250
Area: Maze 4x4 Camp-out
Length: 4 days