You would reserve the number of inflatable paddleboard rentals you are looking for, and then on the day of your reservation you’ll come into the store to pick up your DEFLATED boards (you transport them deflated for safety of the equipment), take them out to your launch point, inflate them with the provided manual pumps (yes, it is a little work to pump them up), attach your fin to the bottom and voila– you’re all ready for your paddle adventure! Once you’ve finished with your time on the water, you will just deflate the board, roll it up and put it back in its bag to return to the store!
Situated near Page, Arizona, on Navajo land, Antelope Canyon is a mesmerizing natural slot canyon and a celebrated landmark in the American Southwest.
Famous for its extraordinary twisting corridors and striking formations such as fins, stalactites, and various speleothems, Antelope Canyon spans around 30 miles and is divided into four key sections. These sections include the well-known Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons and the less frequented Canyon X and Secret Antelope Canyon.
Formed over thousands of years by the forces of seasonal floods and wind, the canyon’s slender pathways stretch several hundred feet from its entrance. Renowned globally as one of the most spectacular slot canyons, Antelope Canyon is revered for its breathtaking beauty and distinctive geological structures.
Wahweap is a Paiute word meaning “bitter water” and is the first bay of Lake Powell straddling the border of Arizona and Utah. The alluring waters of Lake Powell nestled in this pristine bay stretch against a backdrop of towering red rock formations, including Castle Rock, Lone Rock and the Wahweap Window. This area is a popular spot for boating, fishing, swimming and camping with easy access to Lone Rock Canyon, Wiregrass Canyon and Ice Cream Canyon.