Petroglyphs in Arizona Hot Spring Canyon
Maps and Photos:
To see an interactive map of Kayak Lake Mead's Desert Adventure, click on the image below.

Once there, enjoy the map! Zoom in, zoom out, pan around, toggle between map, satellite, or terrain views and click on the icons for information and some great photos.


Although this adventure is not super strenuous, a level of fitness that supports a three mile desert hike and an eight mile paddle is required.  

Desert Adventure Trip Information:
  • Group size: Minimum is one person and maximum is four people
  • Time duration: Seven to eight hours
  • Cost: $240 per person

Booking:
Go to our Sign-Up Page to book your Desert Adventure as a day trip or an overnight.
Enjoy a Desert Adventure Photo Gallery
Many of the photos are supplied courtesy of Michael Malandra Photography.
This trip can only be offered from October through May.

You will find this to be a unique experience; hiking, kayaking and time to soak in a natural hot spring.

It begins with a three mile hike through desert canyons, followed by a soak in natural hot springs and finishes with an eight mile paddle down the very scenic Black Canyon of the Colorado River.

See a Photographic Map Tour below.

Also, here's a 3 minute video of our Desert Adventure...
Desert Adventure on May 2, 2012. Photo by Carl ParkerCharlie in the hot springs showerHeather and Oliver in the hot springsArizona Hot SpringsFall colors of Salt CedarPetroglyphs!First part of the hikeTop of the saddleContinuing down the saddleSue and Robert walking into Ringbolt CanyonContinueing down the canyonInto the narrowsWelded tuff lavaRingbolt CanyonRingbolt CanyonMajestic Black CanyonThe portal of the Black Canyon
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Kayak Lake Mead's
Desert Adventure
In the Black Canyon of the Colorado River
Photo courtesy of Michael Malandra
Kayak Lake Mead’s Desert Adventure