"After five trips with PRO I can say I'd never use anyone else! You know you've chosen the best when other private trips ask 'who outfitted your trip?' From the initial contact back to civilization I don't see how you could improve. You are the best. Hope I get to use you again"
Jackie Melton - Trips in 1989 - 2014
Routes and Rates
PRO's fleet of air conditioned five-ton crew cab trucks equipped with lift gates and 14-passenger vans are the simplest and most efficient way to get your PRO gear, foodpack and people to and from the river.
Flagstaff to Lees Ferry
Diamond Creek to Flagstaff
Diamond Creek to Lees Ferry
Pearce Ferry to Flagstaff
Pearce Ferry to Lees Ferry
Give our office a call for an estimate
Private Vehicle Shuttles
PRO does not shuttle private vehicles, but we sub-contract and recommend River Runner's Shuttle Service (928-564-2194) owned and operated by the Montgomery family. RRSS is reliable, resourceful, and well known in the region. We can add the shuttle on to your PRO Invoice for simplicity. Call our office for more info or find prices and printable reservation forms at www.rrshuttleservice.com. Keep in mind that you may also have to make storage arrangements for your vehicle.
Diamond Creek Road
Diamond and Peach Springs Creeks can flood due to torrential downpours upstream from the town of Peach Springs and this can cause the Diamond Creek Road to wash out. The Hualapai Tribal Road Crew works with heavy equipment to rebuild a vehicular route into the canyon. Usually the Tribe gets the road open again within 24 hours, but after an especially large flood the road can be closed for several days. Our customers and boats can be trapped in the canyon by the road closure. The "road" is often rough and unstable, and travel is slow. Monsoon rain activity can cause several road closures in one monsoon season (July-September). Downpours typically occur in the afternoon. Click here for more information.
Hualapai Land Crossing Fees
The Hualapai Tribe charges a land crossing fee of $64.20 per river runner, driver and vehicle to take out at Diamond Creek. This fee is included in the shuttle cost for PRO Shuttles.
Pearce Ferry Road
A two-mile road extension and new takeout ramp were opened on 3/15/2010. This ramp is for take-outs only; the launching of boats is prohibited, and the area is closed to swimming, fishing, camping, and shoreline fires. The ramp itself is reserved for boats that are being loaded directly onto trailers – there is a raft de-rigging space upstream and downstream of the ramp, accessible by vehicle.