Angel Arch Air & helicopter tours

Our most recommended Angel Arch Air & helicopter tours

Moab: Canyonlands National Park Airplane Tour

1. Moab: Canyonlands National Park Airplane Tour

This spectacular flight will carry you above the fantastic scenery of the northern district of the Canyonlands National Park, known as the Island in the Sky. Majestic 1,000-foot high cliffs rise above the Colorado and Green Rivers, which border it on either side. Serpentine drainage systems are carved into the terrain below the cliffs. Upheaval Dome can be seen at its northern end, the confluence of the two rivers form the district’s southernmost point.  Then, continue to Needles District, the most fanciful and colorful portions of Canyonlands. Pink and white bands can be seen in its many spires and cliffs. It is the home of some of the most remote and famous arches of canyon country. Difficult to reach by hiking and extremely beautiful, Angel Arch and Druid Arches are the best-known landmarks in Canyonlands. Elephant Arch, Kirk Arch, Wedding Ring Arch, and Castle Arch, hidden away in the backcountry, are also included in this one-of-a-kind scenic flight tour.  Hiking to these arches would take several multi-day permitted visits and are beyond the physical reach of many of us. On this flight, you will see them all, jewels among the many wondrous features of this national park. Unlike hikers, you will see their magnificent surroundings from a bird’s-eye view, in the vastness of this remarkable portion of this gorgeous earth. A unique and very special opportunity awaits you on this exclusive flight through the remote arches of Canyonlands.

Moab: Helicopter Tour of the Canyons

2. Moab: Helicopter Tour of the Canyons

You will see Dead Horse Point, the Colorado River, Thelma and Louise Point, the Potash Ponds, and amazing views of the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park on our most popular helicopter tour. Fly down beautiful Kane Creek Canyon and directly above the rising fins of Behind the Rocks. Finally, see many backcountry arches, including Corona Arch, Pritchett Arch, Halls Bridge, Funnel Arch, and several others.

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What people are saying about Angel Arch

Probably the best way to see Canyonlands National Park. Since there are very few roads in the park. Dan the pilot is not only a superb pilot (both me wife and I are pilots) but also very knowledgeable about the area and points out the various features of the park. The airplane we used is really suitable for sightseeing. Large windows and a low cruising speed allows lingering over the park. The only negative would be the lack of leg room. If the plane has lots of empty seats on the flight I would ask if I could sit in the first row aft of the door because of the increased legroom. That request might be denied by the pilot because of weight and balance issues but I would ask. All in all a great experience. I would love to go again.

It was a great experience and Chris, our pilot, explained and showed us a lot. You can see these vast national parks in all their glory in a perfect light. With Chris you also have a great pilot who knows his stuff very well and steers his plane safely. He responds to requests and is a real sympathizer. Highly Recommended!

We had a great time. Our guide was very informative and had great stories to tell of his experience living in Moab. I hope to be back and take my boys on that airplane tour next time.

Smooth flight, interesting narration, and great overview of Canyon Lands. Highly recommend as the best way to fully appreciate the depth and unique beauty of the area!

Chris was an awesome pilot and tour guide. Highly recommend this opportunity to see Canyonlands from a vantage few get to see.