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From Phoenix to all points North, South, East & West .. this region of America is bursting with canyoneering opportunities! With its proximity to the canyons of Utah, Nevada and California, (not to mention the great local selection of canyoneering opportunities from the Tonto to the Superstitions, to Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon) Central Arizona is a hot spot for the sport of Canyoneering. The purpose of this Meetup Group is to connect people in Arizona with each other, and with the communities of California and the greater Southwest. We will offer regular qualified instruction for the sport of canyoneering, as well as ACE Certified Guide Assessments, and other outdoor/wilderness skills courses like Wilderness First Aid, Meteorology, and Map-and-Compass Navigation. In addition to our courses, which are the core of this organization, we will host canyoneering events and festivals in canyoneering regions across America and will do our best to nurture leaders to help provide opportunities for local canyon descents, practices, workshops, and community meetings. Anybody with the desire to learn canyoneering and anybody who already canyoneers ... this is your group. "Pay for the training and your fun is free!"

(If you want to see what you can expect from the Canyoneering Arizona meetup group, check out our sister site in Los Angeles, Canyoneering California: http://www.meetup.com/canyoneering/ ... you can also check us out at: http://UBERAdventures.net

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  • Swiftwater Canyoneering Course (3-day) Kern River, CA
    Keysville, Lake Isabella, CA
    • Photo of Todd Kolberg
    • Photo of Benjamin Lewis
    Not open
  • Prescott, AZ - Technical Canyoneering Course (ACE-L1) + Monday Canyon
    Watson Lake Park, Prescott, AZ
    • Photo of Jasmine King
  • Prescott, AZ - Advanced Canyoneering Course (ACE-L2)
    Watson Lake Park, Prescott, AZ
    • Photo of Jasmine King
  • Prescott, AZ - Canyon Leader Course (ACE-L3) - 'Intensive'
    Watson Lake Park, Prescott, AZ
    • Photo of Jasmine King