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About Paddle Moab
We started as a stand up paddleboarding company in 2012 in our hometown of Moab, Utah. We offer high quality river tours, rentals, and lessons, from first time paddlers to advanced are welcome. We focus on experiencing the natural beauty of the surrounding Red Rock walls and the majestic Colorado River. We strive to offer the highest quality, most enlightening, and fun for the whole family SUP tours. Our knowledgeable, safe, and friendly guides, tell great stories, offer exceptional service and strive to create a memorable adventure for your group. In 2019 we expanded our offering to include canyoneering, rafting, and kayaking. These are all things we love to do and want to share with you.
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Whitewater Rafting in Moab

Our guided trips are in 6-person paddle rafts making for big fun. The section of Colorado River is a beautiful section of class II whitewater. We provide a healthy and delicious lunch on this all-inclusive tour. Beautiful scenery, towering red rock walls, and great guides is what you can expect with a Paddle Moab trip.
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6 hours
from US$97.44

Flatwater Fun: Moab Stand Up Paddleboarding

This stand up paddleboard tour in Moab lets you experience the beauty and serenity of the Colorado River without dealing with any of the rapids, making it a great choice for beginner paddle boarders or families with children ages 10 and up. Follow your guide down a calm 6-mile (9.6 kilometer) stretch of river that passes red sandstone cliffs and soft sandy beaches—going slow means you can take time to admire the views.
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3 to 4 hours
from US$80.77

Moab Stand Up Paddleboarding: Splish and Splash Tour

This stand up paddleboard tour in Moab is a fun way to push your limits as you navigate white water along the Colorado River. Challenge yourself against four sets of waves and other surprising river features that keep you looking forward to whatever’s just around the river bend. Thanks to included instructions and river safety briefings—plus a 4-to-1 guest-to-guide ratio—your safety always comes first as you have fun on the water.
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3 to 4 hours
from US$92.63

Moab Canyoneering and River Stand Up Paddleboard Combo

We will be navigating up and through canyons, climbing up fins, and rappeling off arches in the heart of red rock country. As the day gets warmer it will be time to eat lunch and move to the Colorado River. A dramatic change will have us stand up paddling through the canyons of the Colorado Plateau.
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6 hours
from US$200.00

Moab Rappeling Adventure: Medieval Chamber Slot Canyon

Guests will hike their way on the rock fins towards drainages and canyons that lead to two rappels. The first rappel sends visitors into the slot canyon, Medieval Chamber. Rappelling through this canyon displays the beautiful layers of sandstone that have been dispersed over millions of years. The canyon then opens up to make way for the second rappel. This unique free hanging rappel is a breathtaking 120 feet next to Morning Glory Natural Bridge. The bridge measures 243 feet in width, making it one of the longest natural land bridges in the United States. Once at the bottom visitors are able to enjoy the scenic hike Grandstaff Canyon towards the Colorado River.
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4 hours
from US$105.00
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Ian D wrote a review Oct 2020
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Myself and my girlfriend ended up doing two excusions through Paddle Moab. One day we did the half-day Kayak and the second we did the full-day rafting. Those were our favorite two days of our trip in Utah. Our guide Hunter for rafting, our guide for Kayaking, and all of the other employees of Paddle Moab we met were knowledgeable about the river, geology, local culture; while during our trips there was a never ending supply of cheesy jokes. This friendliness of the employees, along with the natural beauty of the river, made out trip to Moab an unforgettable experience. And the small sizes of our tours made it a much more intimate and enjoyable experience as opposed to going with a larger company and a group size of 20+ people. We know we will be back to Moab in the future, and when we do we will come back to Paddle Moab.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John G wrote a review Oct 2020
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My wife and I went out on paddle with Hunter and had an amazing time. Hunter was engaging and taught us a lot about the river, the Moab community, and the geology of the area that created the fun rapids we traversed during our afternoon on the water. We went at our own pace and didn't feel rushed, nor did Hunter, an experienced white-water paddler, seem anything less than excited to be out there with us. He was encouraging and knowledgeable regarding techniques which helped us enjoy the experience even more. Definitely a highlight of our week-long trip, which in a beautiful setting like Moab, is a real statement!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Melly E wrote a review Oct 2020
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Our tour guide Kyle was very nice but seemed as if he rolled out of bed & had a few edibles in the morning before meeting us. He was knowledgeable about certain species of plants and trails, but we felt weary about his expertise when he put the harnesses on us for the canyoneering experience. We watched other tour guides fasten harnesses onto their group of people and they were all very professionally dressed and cheering on with encouraging words, but somehow we didn’t get that reassurance from our shabby-dressed tour guide. My boyfriend even asked him which leg goes where in the harness and he answered with “not sure...” which made us VERY apprehensive about rappelling down 100 feet into the canyon. But we did it anyhow. And we had an incredible, memorable time after figuring out we weren’t dying that day. We had two very nice women with us that might’ve been in their 50’s & they commented there was no description of the very long knee-busting trail that leads from the rappelling area to the car. My boyfriend and I had a really good time hiking the trail, we’re used to very strenuous hikes, but they definitely found it challenging. Lunch was provided, hummus sandwich/turkey sandwich with chips and hummus, apples & drinks. Paddle boarding was fun as well, we couldn’t do the 4 mile one due to a fire in one of the campgrounds next to the Colorado river, so we had no choice but to do the 7 mile one. Seven miles is a LONG time to paddle. Get your sunscreen ready. And make sure you have physical endurance to hike and do these things. It will take all your energy from the day. Overall we had lots of fun rappelling down the canyon and paddle boarding, we’d just appreciate a little more professionalism from our experience.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Annie W wrote a review Oct 2020
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My partner and I had an incredible experience with Paddle Moab and have already shared with friends that this is hands-down the best way to interact with the breathtaking scenery Moab has to offer. Our guide, Hunter, is the ultimate host and truly made the experience exceptional. Hunter not only shared interesting information about the area (history, geology, recommended hikes), but he also gave us valuable tips on how to adapt our form to best navigate the rapids. Hunter struck the perfect balance of professionalism and making us feel as if we were out on the river with an old friend. Our afternoon with Hunter & Paddle Moab was a trip highlight and an experience we'll never forget!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Austin P wrote a review Oct 2020
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Called the day of and was able to join an existing SUP trip. SUPing on the river through the rapids was fun. The guide, Hunter, kept the group engaged the entire trip and was very knowledgeable. He was focused on making sure the group had fun and was very customer-focused. Great company to book with.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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