Tour Utah National Parks
NATIONAL PARK AIR TOUR MOAB
Canyonlands and Arches are two big reasons that Moab, Utah has become an international destination. Make the most of your valuable time here by visiting both parks on this special Redtail Air National Park air tour, seeing their great attractions in a way that very few have. Their vast geologic diversity, which attracts scientists from around the world, can best be appreciated from a bird’s eye view. Passengers get a more thorough overview of eons of geologic history on this flight than one might obtain in years of hiking. Capture the moments with stunning aerial photography, and experience Moab in a way that you will never forget. This combination tour is a great value, and will be the highlight of your family vacation!
There is no other way to visit Utah’s national parks so comprehensively and comfortably. Gain access to the remote, restricted districts of Canyonlands and bypass the lines and crowds in Arches. This combination Redtail Air Adventures tour provides an excellent opportunity for a truly memorable and awe-inspiring experience.
What you’ll see
Island in the Sky
The land of Standing Rocks
Confluence of the Colorado and Green rivers
Reviews from our guests
After a week of every activity imaginable in Canyonlands, Arches, Deadhorse, as well as the surrounding areas, this was a great way to get a visual summary of the areas we visited and we were able to identify most sites from above! Additionally, you can really get an idea of how truly special this particular area of the earth really is. The geology lessons from all of our guides really came together seeing the landscape from up above, but not at commercial airliner altitude. I highly recommend seeing the area this way. It was fantastic.
Took this flight 9.00 today and the views were incredible, so different to seeing from the ground. The landscape can really only be fully appreciated from the air. Took in Arches, Dead Horse Point State Park, Canyonlands and highlight for me the Confluence of the Colorado and Green rivers which can only be truly seen from the air. Josh the pilot was very knowledgeable and made sure that everyone got to see all the that we were expecting and more, including Delicate Arch and many more Arches not accessible by road. Definitely one to add to anybody’s itinerary. Thanks Redtail.
ANSWERS TO ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS
DO WE ACTUALLY FLY OVER THE NATIONAL PARK?
WHAT SHOULD WE BRING?
Water, a light jacket, camera, and a smile.
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE?
All Ages. If a car seat is needed you must purchase a seat.
HOW BIG IS THE PLANE? HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN FIT?
Up to 9 in a single plane, multiple planes for larger groups