Choose Your Adventure
With 170 miles of water and 1,900 miles of shoreline, Lake Powell offers virtually limitless possibilities for kayak touring. Many kayakers who paddle Lake Powell keep to the main channel, but we feel the most beautiful, enchanting aspects of this lake are in the quiet narrows and secret recesses of Glen Canyon.
Hidden Canyon Kayak takes visitors past the popular, wide bays—often crowded with houseboats and jet skiiers—and expertly guides them through the virtual wilderness of Lake Powell’s hidden side canyons. We’re pleased to offer a variety of trip options, as well as customized trips, to provide every visitor a fascinating, fulfilling kayaking experience.
Our exciting morning or afternoon, 3 to 4 hour guided kayak trips include hiking and swimming. This is a great way to sample Lake Powell. Visiting Lone Rock and Lone Rock Canyon.
Spring/Fall Special: Antelope Canyon Kayak Trip
Spend the morning paddling with us through the flooded portion of the famous Antelope Canyon. Starting early in the morning from Antelope Point Public Launch Ramp we’ll explore this beautiful stretch of Lake Powell.
This trip uses our Support Vessel to transport kayakers and gear up-lake to prime kayaking areas. We provide a full lunch, snacks, cold drinks and a guide for the entire journey. Labyrinth Canyon or Face Canyon.
Our signature excursion package provides a first-rate Lake Powell experience that includes, kayaking, hiking, swimming, and comfortable camping in majestic Southwestern scenery. This excursion includes two lunches, a dinner, and a breakfast. Padre Bay area. Learn more or request a reservation.
Hidden Canyon Kayak will provide all camping equipment, prepares all meals, and transports kayakers to prime kayaking locations with our Water Taxi (Support Vessel) for the entire trip to bring comfort and safety. Learn more or request a reservation.