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High Country Adventure - Tubing

High Country Adventure - Tubing

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Contact Info
Provo Canyon
3362 E Provo Canyon Rd, UT

Phone:
801-224-2500
Phone 2:
435-649-7678
Basics
Location:
Provo River
Type:
Other

Description

Float down the river on our heavy-duty tubes, covered with a protective nylon and handles. Must be 14 years or older or 5'5". Inflatable kayaks or Rafts are recommended for kids under 14 with an adult or if you're over 275 lbs. Wetsuits and booties are available to rent and are strongly recommended in May and June. Tubing is strenuous and requires good swimming skills and physical fitness. You will encounter bridges, rapids, low-hanging branches, rocks, cold water and other obstacles. Group discounts available. We have Two-person tubes and floating coolers to store your bottled water and drinks. Shuttle runs four times a day on weekdays and every half hour on weekends and holidays. Get latest river conditions and specials on our twitter account!

Make a reservation now by phone or online.

Hours + Fees

Season:
May 1st - September 30th
Price Details:
Visit Our website for Pricing and details or click "Book Online."

Details

Additional Details:
Must be 14 or older to tube. Wetsuits are recommended in May and June.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
If you're coming from Provo or 1-15 northbound: follow University Ave in Provo about 9 miles (from East Bay) to the entrance of the canyon, or Highway 189, and then proceed 6 miles until you reach a private R.V. park on the right-hand side. This is High Country.
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