Orvis Week at Falcon’s Ledge
Experience Utah fly fishing at its best for an Orvis Week at Falcon's Ledge.
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Orvis Week at Falcons Ledge
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September 4-9, 2023 (SOLD OUT)
September 9-14, 2023
Length of Trip:
5 nights, 4 days of guided fishing
$3,999 Per angler (shared room/shared guide) + Local Taxes
- Experience Utah fly fishing at its best
- Fish for rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, cutthroat trout, and tiger trout
- Elegant lodge accommodations and country gourmet dining
- Exceptional instructors that are Orvis trained
- Fish a different unpressured river everyday with tailwaters, remote mountain streams, and freestrone rivers all within an hour drive of the lodge
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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 adventures. From the moment you pass through the front gate, you will know you have come to someplace very special. The eight private rooms with full bathrooms offer you privacy and luxury. The lodge provides elegant amenities and service while letting you relax as if you were in your own home. While you will be pampered by their staff, you will still have the freedom of helping yourself to a soft drink or snack in the kitchen. 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. The dining at Falcon's Ledge can be described 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. Typical dinners include ribeye steak, pork tenderloin, prime rib, fresh vegetables, fresh salads, and a homemade dessert. The lodge serves homemade jams, syrups, and honey butter with every meal from Utah berry farms. They provide juices, soda pop, tea, and coffee. If you have a favorite drink you would like while at the lodge, please let them know and they will have it here when you arrive.
Due to state liquor license restrictions, the lodge does not provide alcoholic beverages. Guests are welcome to bring their favorite beverage. There is refrigeration available for beer and wine and mixes for liquor. The lodge staff will gladly serve your wine with dinner.
Your day begins with a hearty breakfast, served at 8:00 AM. The guide team will eat breakfast with guests and go over the agenda for the day. At 9:00 AM, guides and guests will depart from the lodge for rivers. The drive to the rivers is usually around 30 minutes. Fish all morning. Lunch is eaten out on the river around noon to 1:00 PM. Return to lodge about 5:30 PM to relax before dinner. Once back at the lodge there should be plenty of time for a shower or a dip in the pool before dinner at 7:00 PM. Following dinner, guests can return to their room for further relaxation or hang out in the common areas and share fish stories with fellow anglers.
*Please note that this itinerary is subject to change.
Falcon's Ledge’s Orvis Endorsed guides provide guests with guided wade/walk fly fishing on secluded eastern Utah rivers and streams like Rock Creek, the Duchesne, Lake Fork, Strawberry, Uintah, Whiterocks and Yellowstone Rivers. They hold the only National Forest guide permits for Whiterocks, Uintah, Yellowstone, Lake Fork, and Rock Creek; you will not run into any other guided fisherman on these rivers. These and many other smaller streams on the south slope of the Uintas provide the thrill and excitement of catching wild trout on a fly. They guide these mountain freestone streams and tailwaters as catch-and-release to sustain the population of native and wild fish.
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 away 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 locations.
Rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, cutthroat trout, and tiger trout.
What is Included?
- Five night's accommodations
- Four days of guided fishing
- All meals and non-alcoholic drinks
- Fishing License
- All Fishing Equipment
- Transportation while at the lodge
What is Not Included?
- Guide & Staff gratuity
- Travel Insurance
- Domestic Airfare
- Rental car or other transportation from Salt Lake Airport
- Local taxes - Paid at departure
How many people are on this trip?
What skill level is suggested?
Novice to expert, everyone can get better at Falcon's Ledge.
How strenuous are the activities?
The trip can be tailored to an individual's fitness level.
Is this a child-friendly trip?
All kids are different, but those who are able to participate in the many adventures at the Lodge are generally 12-years-old and older. There are no children’s activities.
What other activities are available?
There are many outdoor activities to do while staying at Falcon's Ledge. On the property, there is fishing, a clay pigeon range, bird watching, hiking, star gazing, reading, canoeing, a 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.
What is the typical weather?
The elevation at the lodge is 6,500 feet. The fall (September 1-late November) weather is mild with daytime highs typically 60-70 degrees and nighttime lows about 30-40 degrees. Most days are sunny with occasional rainstorms. Precipitation is always a possibility; we suggest guests carry a waterproof rain jacket. Be prepared with clothing layers for varying temperatures and cool evenings. It is best to check the local weather forecast just prior to your trip for the most accurate weather conditions.
What should I bring?
We recommend polarized sunglasses, rain jacket, insect repellent, brimmed hat, sunscreen, bandanna or Buff, camera, prescriptions, toiletries, and alcohol if desired.
What gear do you recommend?
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 4 wt. rods. Most of the time, guides use floating lines but sinking lines can come in handy on the trout lakes. We recommend lightweight, breathable waders and good wading boots. We highly recommend a rain jacket.
Reservations, Deposits & Payments
The deposit is 50% of the trip price unless stated differently in the trip proposal and materials (trip planner and confirmation email). In some cases, deposits are non-refundable, this depends on the destination and will be clearly noted in the trip proposal and materials as well. Deposits may be made by check or credit card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card. The balance of the trip cost is due 90 days before departure, except where specified differently on individual itineraries. The balance will be charged automatically to the credit card used for the deposit, unless otherwise specified. Any changes made to the method of payment after the final balance has been collected are subject to processing fees.
A reservation form and release are required prior to departure.
All prices must be paid in U.S. dollars. Deposits are not transferable from one trip to another.
Prices quoted are based on foreign exchange values and tariffs currently in effect and prices are subject to change. Orvis Adventures reserves the right to adjust prices accordingly until the time of departure.
When your reservation is confirmed, you will receive planning information to guide you through trip preparations. Details about arrival and departure, clothing and equipment, trip cancellation insurance, pre- and post- trip extensions, visas and documents and activities are included in the planning information.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Although cancellation fees may be higher for some trips (stated in the trip proposal and materials), the following minimum cancellation fees will apply:
|Days Prior to Trip||Fee|
|+ 90 days||$300 per person|
|89 days or less||100% of cost|
For trips that include an Orvis gift card or Orvis merchandise, the retail value of the gift card or merchandise is non-refundable upon delivery. Cancellation fees cannot be waived for any reason, including health, business or personal emergencies, or weather.
We strongly urge you to purchase trip cancellation insurance.
No refunds will be made for unused portions of a trip, including late arrival or early departure. Guide fees and hotel costs are not refundable if unused as outlined in the itinerary. Orvis reserves the right to modify an itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control. In the unlikely event that Orvis must cancel a tour, all payments received to date will be refunded, which constitutes a full settlement.
Orvis is not responsible for expenses incurred in preparation of any canceled trip, including airline tickets and visas fees.
Your planning information includes information for travel insurance covering cancel for any reason, cancellation for medical reasons, trip delay, medical expenses, lost baggage and medical evacuation. We urge you to obtain this coverage.
Trip prices are based on double occupancy. Single rooms & cabins are limited. If you request a single room, a single supplement will apply as noted in the itinerary. We will confirm the single room as early as possible, but in some cases it may not be earlier than 30 days prior to the trip. If you request a roommate, we can usually pair you with another guest of the same gender, and no single supplement will apply. If you request a roommate, and one is not available, we will only charge you the single supplement if required by the lodge or facility used in the trip.
Children under 18 must share a room with a parent or other family member. In some cases this may be waived.
Passports and documents
International trips require a passport. Check your passport early and make sure it has six months validity at the time of travel. A visa is needed in some countries and we will send you complete details and instructions.
Arrival and Departure
Group transfers from a central location such as an airport are described in the itinerary, and are included in the land cost.. Transfers are not included in the land cost if you arrive early or leave after the scheduled departure day.
Equipment & Clothing
You will receive a detailed list of appropriate gear with your trip planning information.
The land cost of your trip does not include airfare.
Limitation of liability
This section defines Orvis Travel’s responsibility with regard to all travel arrangements made by Orvis Travel, including individual travel and pre- and post- trip extensions. Please read it carefully.
Upon sending your deposit to Orvis Travel, you acknowledge that you have read and understand all the terms and conditions outlined here, and agree to be bound by them.
All trips that involve outdoor sporting activities such as shooting or fishing, or travel through remote places by vehicle, boat, small plane or on foot, put you at risk for accidents and serious injuries in the normal course of the activity. That is the nature of travel to such destinations and you acknowledge that you accept these hazards as a condition of participation.
Orvis Travel, its Owners, Employees, Associates and Agents give notice that they act only as the agent for the owners, contractors and suppliers providing means of transportation and/or other services and assume no responsibility howsoever caused for injury, loss or damage to person or property in connection with any service resulting directly from: acts of God, detention, annoyance, delays, expenses arising from quarantine, strikes, thefts, pilferage, force majeure, failure of any means of conveyance to arrive or depart as scheduled, civil disturbances, terrorism, government restrictions or regulations, and discrepancies or changes in transit or hotel services over which it has no control. Reasonable changes in the itinerary may be made where deemed advisable for the comfort and well-being of the passengers.
Baggage and personal effects, including items purchased, guns, fishing equipment or sporting goods are the sole responsibility of the owners at all times and no employee/agent of Orvis Travel, its subsidiaries, affiliated or associated companies is authorized to accept these for storage, safekeeping, or transportation.
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