The lodge at Falcon's Ledge is a unique structure, handsomely set in a private 600-acre canyon, providing a bird's-eye view of the surrounding canyon, stillwaters and wildlife. The 15,000 square-foot lodge was designed specifically to provide the ultimate lodging experience for secluded fly-fishing and pheasant-hunting adventures. The eight private rooms with full bathrooms give you privacy and luxury.
From the moment you pass through the front gate, you will know you have come to someplace very special. The lodge at Falcon's Ledge provides elegant amenities and service while letting you relax as if you were in your own home. While you will be pampered by our staff, you still have the freedom of helping yourself to a soft drink or snack in the kitchen. We want you to relax and make yourself at home. With plenty of luxurious room to relax, you can read a book, play a game of chess, shoot pool in the game room, watch the deer, or soak in the hot tub.
At Falcon's Ledge Lodge, delicious, homemade meals are provided each day. We describe the dining at Falcon's Ledge as country gourmet.
Breakfasts are served each morning with a variety of fresh, delicious options including pancakes, french toast, waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, omelets, bagels, toast, oatmeal, and ham steaks.
Lunches are served on the river and include homemade, fresh deli sandwiches, deli wraps, fresh salads, fresh fruit and vegetables, dessert, and drinks.
Dinners are delicious and typical dinners include ribeye steak, pork tenderloin, prime rib, fresh vegetables, fresh salads, and a homemade dessert.
We serve homemade jams, syrups, and honey butter with every meal from Utah berry farms. We provide juices, soda pop, tea, and coffee. If you have a favorite drink you would like while at the lodge please let us know and we will have it here when you arrive.
Due to state liquor license restrictions, we do not provide alcoholic beverages. You are welcome to bring your favorite beverage.
Falcon's Ledge is open year-round. Fly fishing and bird watching is ideal from April through November, with the peak river season being June through October. From September through November, we do Cast & Blast packages at our Orvis-endorsed Hunting Grounds, the largest bird hunting grounds in all of Utah. Pheasant hunting continues all fall and winter.
Utah's geology and terrain is second to none. From high mountain peaks to red rock canyons and pinnacles the terrain around Falcon's Ledge is spectacular. The Uintah Mountains behind the lodge offer breathtaking aspen/conifer forests, gorgeous mountain canyons, and beautiful snow-capped granite peaks. The high mountain streams in the Uintah Mountains are just a short drive, but are remote and gorgeous. The rivers below the lodge are medium-sized wading rivers, flowing through red rock canyons with pinnacle formations and beautiful meadows. It is about a 30-minute drive to most of the fishing and hunting locations.
In the spring (April 1-June 1), weather is mild in the day and chilly at night. Daytime highs are typically 50-60 degrees with nighttime lows about 30 degrees. There are about 50% days that are sunny and 50% days that are rainy.
The summer weather (June 1-September 1) is warm during the day and cool at night. Daytime highs are 80-95 degrees and nighttime lows are 50-60 degrees. There are occasional afternoon thunderstorms but most days are sunny.
The fall (September 1-late November) weather is mild with daytime highs are typically 60-70 degrees with nighttime lows are about 30-40 degrees. 'Most days are sunny with occasional rain storms.
The winter (December 1-April 1) weather is chilly and snowy. Daytime highs are normally 20-30 degrees. Nighttime lows are around 10 degrees. Snow is common.
Rates start from: $395
You can find all pricing information at: www.falconsledge.com/fly-fishing-2/utah-fly-fishing-rates/
All-inclusive fly-fishing packages include:
All-inclusive bird hunting packages include:
All fishing gear is included in your fishing package. If you do choose to bring your own, here are some recommendations: 81/2 or 9 ft. 5 wt. and 6 wt. rods are our favorites for their versatility. However, many of the smaller streams may be fished with shorter 3 wt. and and 4 wt. rods. Most of the time, we use floating lines but sinking lines can come in handy on our trout lakes.
We recommend lightweight, breathable waders and good wading boots. We highly recommend a rain jacket. For bird hunters, we recommend a 12-gauge shotgun and 4 or 5 shot pheasant load shotgun shells. Thick pants and good boots are highly recommended and hunters must wear orange.
We recommend polarized sunglasses, rain jacket, insect repellent, brimmed hat, sunscreen, bandanna or Buff, liquor, camera, prescriptions, and toiletries.
There is WiFi and satellite television available in the lodge. Dogs can be brought to the lodge but must be kept in the outdoor kennels. There is a main floor bedroom that can accommodate people with limited mobility.
There are many outdoor activities to do while staying at Falcon's Ledge. On the property, there is fishing, clay pigeon range, bird watching, hiking, star gazing, reading, canoeing, hot tub, and mountain biking. Within a 30-minute drive of the lodge there are additional activities available including bird hunting, horseback riding, golf, hiking, tours of dinosaur bones and Native American petroglyphs, canoeing, kayaking, and rock climbing.