White Pocket in Arizona
Our tours to White Pocket last a full day and include other places of interest to photographers in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. White Pocket is a world-class destination for photographers and an amazing place to visit for people of all ages, ability, and interests. It is a long 4×4 road to get there, but once there, relatively easy to hike. Hidden wonders are to be discovered around every bend. Swirls of color, hexagonal polygons, billowing white peaks, and hidden wave-like canyons, all offer exploration. After rains, water pockets called tinajas hold precious water for wildlife and aquatic species specially adapted to these desert environments, and also provide precious drinking water for wildlife and spectacular reflection shots for photographers. Water pockets have drawn wildlife and ancient Anasazi people to the site, attested to by petroglyphs depicting a hunting scene.
You will see White Pocket thoroughly and can visit other sites in the area as well, depending on how far you want to hike. You also have a Further Tour now for those who have already visited White Pocket. This new tour departs from White Pocket and does require some hiking but visits top-class formations.
White Pocket and the surrounding area do not require permits to visit. Our strategic partner Paria Outpost and Outfitters, one of the oldest and most respected outfitters in the area, will show you the best of the White Pocket area and other beautiful sites as well on your tour. They are the closest facility to White Pocket. Let their experienced world-class guides drive and guide you on this unique adventure!
$175 Per Person. (Minimum 2. Maximum 6). Call for Group Rates!
- Transportation To and From Big Water, Utah
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- Picnic Lunch
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