(800) 575-1540
 

Want to get more travel tips, deals,
and insider info from Austin Adventures?
Sign up for our Newsletter!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
No Thanks
kachemak bay

At the end of the Austin Adventures guiding season, people always ask similar questions: What’s next? What are you going to do after this? Do you have any plans for after the trip? Where will you go? For most guides, the end of the season means gearing up for off-season adventure travel. For others, it means returning home to a spouse or to a job for the winter. Having recently… Continued

By Austin Adventures Guides /

Grand Teton National Park

The national parks in the U.S. and Canada preserve some of the most beautiful and diverse places in the world. On our adventures we take you inside these unique habitats to learn about and enjoy all that they offer. While the towering Montana mountains do make for some world-class views and hiking trails and the canyon cutting Colorado river is one of the planet’s best rafting waterways, there is more… Continued

By Ted Hayes /

Arches National Park

Utah is a mecca for adventurers – from world class hiking and biking trails through the red rock, hoodoo-filled valleys to top tier, white water rafting on the canyon-carving Colorado and Green rivers. At Austin Adventures, we like to show off the country’s best, which is why all of our North America adventures tour national parks. We explore four of Utah’s five national parks and each is unique but equally… Continued

By Ted Hayes /

amy in bryce zion

At Austin Adventures, we spend countless hours orchestrating each of our fabulous adventures. We want every aspect of the trip to be perfect for our guests, down to the smallest detail. One of the things we can’t plan, however, is the weather. We can tell you the best time of year to visit the area you want to explore, but no matter how much we plan, weather can always throw… Continued

By Amy Barron /

lake_peyto

1.    Alberta, known for its majestic Canadian Rockies, contains five national parks! With Austin Adventures you can experience two of the most popular national parks, Banff and Jasper. 2.    The four contiguous national parks in the Canadian Rockies (Banff, Yoho, Jasper, and Kootenay) were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984: Canadian Rocky Mountain Park. 3.    The Canadian Rockies have so much wildlife, they have been compared to the… Continued

By Ted Hayes /

Start planning an
adventure with us!

(800) 575-1540