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What to Bring for Lodging

This comprehensive gear list has been thoughtfully curated to help you choose what to bring. We’ve partnered with, a Salt Lake City based company, to provide our guests recommendations for their upcoming trips.


To ensure comfort on your lodging trip, layer your clothing throughout the day. Prepare for any weather, even if forecasts are sunny. At higher altitudes, mornings and evenings can be cooler so be prepared for changing temperatures. Pack a duffel or roller bag for easy storage inside our trailer and mobility around the lodge. Use a small daypack for your essentials throughout the day.

* Optional but recommended

Upper Body

Lower Body

 If your tour is visiting Zion National Park in the summer or fall, it’s most likely we’ll hike “The Narrows”. Closed-toe hiking specific water shoes such as Keens or hiking boots work well. View this example here

Additional Gear

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  • Please inform us about any relevant health issues or allergies prior to your trip. This is imperative for us to ensure your comfort and safety.
  • Make sure to bring your prescriptions and other necessary medications such as an Epi-pen. Please inform your trip leader of any serious needs so they can be aware.
  • We recommend you budget at least $15 per day to cover miscellaneous snacks, drinks, and general spending.
  • We suggest a guide gratuity of 15% of trip cost.
  • If you are Vegan, Kosher, or have other dietary restrictions, and did not fill out this information during your booking process, please contact us directly. If you have a heavily restricted diet, please provide us with a list of food options you enjoy so will be better able to accommodate you.
  • CPAP: Please inform our team about this as soon as possible.


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