Grand Canyon | Co-Ed UTV Side by Side


2019 Dates:  Oct.  24-27
2020 Dates:
May 7-10, Oct. 8-11

Cost:$3,500 for single UTV driver, $1,000 for additional shared driver, $3,000 for dual sport motorcycle
(all-inclusive: food, drinks, UTV and gear rental etc.)
4 days, 3 nights
Travel: Las Vegas pickup at 12pm at the Hard Rock Hotel or a 2pm pickup at the St. George regional airport. Approximate 6:30pm St. George airport drop off and approximate Las Vegas drop-off around 8:30pm on the final day. Book outgoing flights for the following morning.
Activities: UTV/Moto driving, Camping
$1,000 deposit due to reserve spots (contact us for alternate payment plans)

400 miles of off-road driving through an insane variety of terrain. We’ll start the ride an hour outside of Vegas and ride through the desert of the Arizona strip on endless straightaways, rock gardens, through ancient Joshua tree groves and into high altitude pine forests on our way to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. This trip features incredible terrain from technical to full throttle. There’s no better way to see the Grand Canyon than this.

Wilderness Collective operates under permit in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument


Day 1:
-12pm meetup at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas
-2hr transport to the start point
-Ride 60 miles to Springs Camp.

Day 2:
-Ride 100+ miles from Springs Camp to Pines Camp.

Day 3:
-Ride 100+ miles from Pines Camp to Rim Camp.

Day 4:
-Ride 145 miles from Rim Camp to the extraction point
-2hr transport back to Las Vegas for an evening arrival (plan outbound flights for the following morning)

Trip Includes

-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-Use of Polaris RZR XP 1000 UTV’s
-Use of ICON riding equipment (Gloves, Helmet etc)
-ICON driving gloves (yours to keep)
-All food and alcoholic beverages
-All transportation from pickup points and back
-all camp gear, tents, chairs, etc.

Requirements / What to Pack

– Backpacking size sleeping bag rated at 0°F – 30°F.
– compression bag for packing clothes
– Ground Pad (foam or inflatable)
– 1 pair of pants (any type of durable pant will do)
– 2-3 moisture wicking t-shirts
– 2-3 pairs of riding socks
– Warmer top or lightweight insulated jacket
– Sunglasses
– Waterproof shell jacket
– Swim shorts
– Lightweight, thin, and comfortable footwear for camp
– First layer style thermal underwear top and bottom (optional)
– Minimal personal toiletries
– Headlamp
– Valid drivers license


What are the age requirements?
-16+ for Moto, UTV and Snowmobile drivers
-10+ for Pack Horse trips
-No age requirement for UTV passengers

Where do we sleep?
We provide one-person tents for all tours except for our Alaska trips where we stay in lodges. Two-person tents are available upon request.

Can I bring a C-PAP machine?
Yes, if you have a portable C-PAP machine we can charge it nightly with the inverter on the chase truck or lodge on the Alaska trip. On horseback trips we will not have any power available.

Where can I keep my luggage during my trip?
If you have any luggage, there will be secure storage available.

What additional bags can I bring?
All belongings you bring will need to fit in the backpack/bag we provide or suggest specific to the trip. Any additional bags will be stored securely. On our Moto/UTV trips, the chase truck will carry your sleeping bag and ground pad. Everything else will be in your pack.

Are there opportunities to shower?
Yosemite Moto Trips: creeks and lakes
Grand Canyon Off-Road Trip: wet-wipes
Death Valley Moto Trip: wet-wipes
Alaska Trips: hot showers

-All costs listed on our site are the total per person and all-inclusive (aside from travel to the meetup point and additional accommodations not listed)
-Public trips: We require a $1,000 deposit per person for public trips
-Custom/Private trips: We require a group deposit for all private/custom trips. Once the deposit is received, we will then set up a private booking page for your group to book their spot. Please contact us for dates and info.

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