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Mighty 5 Tours


About

Mighty 5®

Signature Tour

(Image: Arches National Park)

The Mighty Five® is a registered trademark owned by the Utah Office of Tourism. All rights reserved.

 

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Mighty 5 Tours


About

Mighty 5®

Signature Tour

(Image: Arches National Park)

The Mighty Five® is a registered trademark owned by the Utah Office of Tourism. All rights reserved.

 

The Mighty 5® Signature Tour is a private 8-night, nine-day journey with guided hikes in each of Utah’s “Mighty 5” National Parks: Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce and Zion. Up to 8 guests travel from park to park in a custom Mercedes Benz Sprinter van to experience some of the most remarkable hikes in the world. Every single detail is taken care of, from your choice of accommodations at the region's finest properties or even lodges in the parks, to breakfasts and lunches (included), and at renowned restaurants along the route. Tours are offered April through October, start dates are by arrangement.  Contact us for custom and private tours.  Our exclusive Signature Tour is available for a fee of $1000 per day for a group of 2-5 people (plus tax), $200 extra per person over 5, plus lodging expenses (dinners are not included).  

Deep Desert Expeditions also offers a 7-day/night Mighty 5 Tour for a slightly less indulgent experience.
Information may be found by clicking here.

 

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Lodging+Dining


Lodging + Dining
(Image: Grand Staircase at Bryce National Park)

Lodging+Dining


Lodging + Dining
(Image: Grand Staircase at Bryce National Park)

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Team


Team

(Image: Great Ghost Horseshoe at Canyonlands National Park)

Team


Team

(Image: Great Ghost Horseshoe at Canyonlands National Park)

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Mike Coronella

Founder/Lead Guide

Mike Coronella is the lead guide and an expert photographer and outdoorsman. His resume includes authoring The Hayduke Trail: A Guide to the Backcountry Hiking Trail on the Colorado Plateau, teaching college photography, practicing heli-ski photography and guiding tours throughout the Southwest. He is also an active member of Grand County (UT) Search and Rescue; once a certified EMT, Mike now keeps current as a Wilderness First Responder.

While his travels have taken him from the glaciers and mountains of Alaska to the deepest recesses of the Grand Canyon, he couldn’t resist returning to the desert again and again. The call was so strong he finally moved his family to Moab in 2004.

Mike is an expert in backcountry travel on land, snow and water. He's a fun, knowledgeable and capable guide; from pampered to primitive, he can create an amazing tour just for you!