Lexus 4WD

Why We Drive Lexus SUVs To Tour Zion & Southern Utah

We get asked all the time why we chose to exclusively drive Lexus SUVs for our adventure company. We could geek out on you and tell you all of the technical reasons, but what it really comes down to is that we wanted to provide our guests with a safe, comfortable, reliable, and extremely capable vehicle to go exploring with us in. 

In addition to the already amazing stock capabilities of our SUVs, we have upgraded the suspension and tires to ensure you have a smooth ride. One of our guest’s favorite features is that our vehicles, unlike open-air Jeeps or UTV’s, are climate controlled and are equipped with filters for a dust free experience. It can either get really hot or really cold out here in Southern Utah, and having windows, air conditioning, and heating at your control can make a huge difference in your experience. 

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Meet The Fleet

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what sets us apart

Best Features Of Our Vehicles


We've upgraded our suspensions to high end racing suspensions from ICON. Perfect for giving us a smooth ride over the rugged terrain we explore.


Tires are the first line of defense against the rough terrain in our adventure zone. We use 33" tall 10 ply heavy duty off-road tires. They help us grip, float, and climb over the harsh landscape.

Climate Control

It can get really HOT or really COLD out here in the desert. Having the ability to roll windows up or down and have AC or heat is a game changer.


Lexus is backed by Toyota's long established reputation of creating some of the best off-road vehicles in the world. This gives us peace of mind as we go deep into the backcountry for our adventures.


Our vehicles are designed to carry 6 guests plus 1 guide. The interiors are comfortable and adds to the smoothness of our ride on rugged terrain.

Recovery Gear

We keep essential recovery equipment in all of our vehicles, and all of our guides are trained on how to effectively use the gear. Most of the time, we end up using it to help strangers get out of a jam.

Let's Go Exploring!