"Chameleon is an extremely versatile theme with a myriad of options and styles"

Experience adventurous exploration of the archaeological, natural and cultural histories of southeastern Utah with a world-renowned guide.

About FOE

Your hosts, Vaughn and Marcia Hadenfeldt provide a level of knowledge and service that creates an unforgettable southwest experience. Whether staying in the Far Out bunkhouse or traveling the back country with Vaughn, you’ll find that exploring with FOE makes for a memorable adventure.  Fully licensed, permitted and insured, FOE trips are led by Vaughn, who has spent over 30 years exploring and guiding in the region particularly across the Cedar Mesa – Grand Gulch plateau.

Backcountry Tours

Far Out Expeditions offers adventures customized specifically for the individual or group. Vaughn’s passion for archaeological sites, especially rock art, is what distinguishes him as a Cedar Mesa guide. Whether you’re looking for a day trip as close by as Comb Ridge or a multi-day backpacking expedition in Grand Gulch, we’ll take you as far out as you want to go. Click here for rates.


Far Out Expeditions has restored the historic home of famous local guide Zeke Johnson – who later became the first Superintendant of Natural Bridges National Monument – into the perfect home-away-from-home. It is the ideal place to stay for individuals, families, school groups or anyone who wants to feel at home in Bluff. For prices, please visit the rates page.

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Timeline Photos

While the BIG boss was Far Out in the desert canyons, THE boss went and visited Vaughn’s old stomping grounds. This was Marcia’s way of getting to the peak of Rainier…via perspective and camera angle. Vaughn swears it was harder climbing there.

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Timeline Photos

Most of you have only seen Vaughn at his day job, but as we get ready for Labor Day, Far Out’s boss-man labored the night away on the fire line with Bluff Volunteer Fire Department. Have a great long weekend if you get one. We hope you’re coming to see us soon. Remember to check out our fall schedule..

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NPS.gov Homepage (U.S. National Park Service)

HAPPY 100 YEARS!!! #FindYourPark (and do it for free for the weekend). http://www.nps.gov

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