UTV Tours of the Beautiful Moab area!

Our professional guides will take you to explore the backcountry with new, easy-to-drive UTV/RZR also known as a Razor. Play in sand dunes, visit spectacular vistas, and explore remains of ancient civilizations along the way. We accommodate all skill levels, from novice to expert.  Fun for the whole family!

Explore Monitor & Merrimac

In these adventures you’ll have your UTV/RZR to follow your guide through an amazing area. Monitor & Merrimac is one of the better areas to ride UTVs in Moab. There are so many different trails in this one area, you’ll never get tired of exploring them. Monitor & Merrimac consists of sandy washes with 10 ft. walls you can ride in and out of, creeks to cross, slickrock, and sand dunes. You’ll see dinosaur bones still in the rock, huge 100 ft. tall slickrock spires, and a natural tunnel you can walk through! We begin the trailhead 11.5 miles north of Moab, Utah, where your guide will provide you with very clear and detailed instructions on how to operate your UTV, as well as proper trail etiquette.

2.5-Hour UTV/RZR Tour

Check in for the Canyonlands by Night and Day 2.5-hour UTV Tour at either 8:00 A.M. or 12:30 P.M. in our downtown office. Once you’ve signed paperwork, you will pick up goggles and a helmet, and drive your own car to where the UTVs are prepped and waiting.


UTV per person: $99+ tax

Minimum age 5. Driver must be 16 years old and have a valid drivers license.


The UTV/RZR Tour is 2.5 hours long, but travel time to where the UTVs are will make your experience about 3 hours long. Trip runs twice a day at 8:30 A.M. or 1:00 P.M. throughout the year.

Age Requirements

Drivers must be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license to operate the UTV/ RZR.  We cannot accommodate children under the age of 5.

Frequently Asked Questions

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I want to drive a Razor but I'm only one person, what's the rate?

The two-seat Razors are are priced for two people, so by selecting the 2-seat UTV, then you’ll be paying for both seats. We have several two-, four-, and six-seat Razors available.

Is there a guide?

You take the driver’s seat driving your own machine, but a guide on their own machine will show you the trails and point out things of interest.

How many people fit in a UTV ?

We have many different machines, including  two-, four-, or six-seat UTV.

Is there a bathroom?

No, but we do provide restrooms at our location, which you can use before and after the trip.

What if I get thirsty on the tour?

Drinks and snacks are included complimentary on the tour.

Can I bring a camera?

Absolutely! The Canyonlands by Night and Day UTV tour is great for pictures, maybe even a selfie while you’re not moving!

Is there a cancelation policy?

Yes, you must cancel 48 hours prior to departure to receive a partial refund; otherwise it is non-refundable.

What should I wear?

Close-toed shoes are the most important item. If it’s a cool day, you should bring a jacket. If it’s hot, bring sunscreen. We provide helmets and goggles, but if you require glasses to see, then you may wear prescription sunglasses in place of the goggles. You may also bring a backpack.

Want even more fun?

Combos are two individual trips combined together in the same day to save you money! To get the most from every day of your vacation, choose a combo tour. Combine the UTV tour with:

My fiancé and I took your four-hour ATV tour on our recent visit to Moab. I am an experienced rider, and I was hesitant to book a guided tour, but to my surprise the guide was terrific! She told us about geological features that I wouldn’t really have thought about, and could she ride! Now my fiancé has decided we need to buy ATV’s. Thanks for a great ride. 

—Cris Olson, Phoenix, AZ

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Canyonlands By Night & Day is a family-owned tour company on the banks of the Colorado River near Moab, Utah! We’ve been providing guests with experiences of a lifetime in the Canyonlands area since 1963.


Toll-Free Reservations: (800) 394-9978
Local Reservations: (435) 259-BOAT

1861 N Hwy 191
Moab, UT 84532

Located north of the Colorado River bridge at the Old Mission Store