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  • The Silence and Solitude of the Wild

    We feel that our offerings are more important than ever as many people are experiencing significantly elevated levels of stress and anxiety related to the coronavirus. Our trips offer a respite to disconnect from the constant barrage of provoking news headlines and connect to the healing power of nature. Research shows that spending just 20 minu ...
    Mar 13 Tags: Untagged
  • A New Horizon - How Get in the Wild Was Created

    Wow—what an amazing journey it has been over the past ten years. Little did I know then that I would be leading a small, outdoor adventure company in the remote, tiny little town of Hanksville, Utah—population 260. No, I didn’t choose Hanksville on purpose—it chose me. More on that later... I had just been laid off from my job as a city Public ...
    Feb 21 Tags: Canyonlands, Robbers Roost, Utah
  • Alpine Canyoneering in the Pacific Northwest

    Exciting news! Beginning in the summer of 2019, Get In The Wild will offer the first guided technical canyoneering adventures in the Pacific Northwest (PNW). The tours will be offered in the spectacular North Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington. The North Cascades offers some of the most magnificent, remote and awe-inspiring alpine landsca ...
    Feb 17 Tags: Untagged
  • New for Spring 2019: 127 Hours Canyoneering Adventure

    Join us for an action-packed adventure in the canyon made famous by Aron Ralston in the epic Hollywood movie—127 Hours. Bluejohn Canyon is a physically challenging canyoneering adventure that includes tight narrow slots, exciting potholes, spectacular down-climbs and awe-inspiring rappels. This fun, technical slot-canyon has some of the most beau ...
    Dec 18 Tags: Untagged
  • 3 Reasons Fall is the Perfect Time to Visit Southern Utah

    Fewer Crowds:  Tourism in Southern Utah peaks in spring after winter has melted away and the wildflowers are blooming, and in summer when kids are out of school and parents rely on the great outdoors for family time. Fall is a quieter season in canyon country and offers more breathing room and solitude to explore the vast wilderness. En ...
    Aug 01 Tags: Southern Utah, Yoga
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