Where it all begins, at the crown of the Grand Canyon!
We are a smaller family run operation that takes pride in great customer service. If you want to work with a smaller group of dedicated professionals, this could be the place for you.
We are in extreme Northern Arizona. Centered on the road between the North Rim and South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Lake Powell is 45 miles away. Bryce and Zion are both about a 2 hour drive. We are in the center of an outdoor persons ideal place to be!!
About Lees Ferry Anglers/Cliff Dwellers Lodge
Located at the base of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in one of the Western United States’ most spectacular settings, Cliff Dwellers Lodge and Lees Ferry Anglers is a remote family-run operation that strives to provide our customers the best experience possible.
We're located along the road that connects the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon which attracts visitors from all over the world. In addition, it’s an easy drive to several other National Parks, Monuments, Lake Powell, and the Navajo and Hopi Nations.
Founded in 1989, Lees Ferry Anglers is a fly shop, guide service, rental boat, and equipment business that provides access to world class trout fishing and scenery.
Cliff Dwellers Lodge was built in the 1930's and originally served as a trading post. Today, the lodge continues to provide delicious food, and a friendly atmosphere for our guests.
Cliff Dwellers Restaurant is an award-winning restaurant that takes pride in serving great food in a fabulous setting. One of Arizona Highways Magazine's Top-10 in 2013 and one of the top 17 restaurants to try in 2017.
Kayak Horseshoe Bend is our newest venture. We take pride in offering the most professional kayak rental and transportation business on the Colorado River.
The Employee Experience
Working with us is like being part of a family. We all work hard and play hard. We love exploring the outdoors and sharing those places and trips with others. We do our best to schedule your days off so that you can take advantage of this unique location. After all, that is part of the reason people come for the season.
We've discovered that the people who get the most out of their time here are typically folk who love the outdoors: hikers, fishermen, photographers and the like. If you are one that needs the conveniences of a city, this is not the place for you.
Our staff thrive and enjoy being a part of a small, close-knit team. You must have the ability to be self-sufficient in a remote setting.
Because of our location, you must have your own transportation.
Our business focus is on customer satisfaction and perfect customer service. If you share this passion, we want to talk to you.
Room and Board
Staff occupies shared lodging in mobile homes that have private bedrooms with common living areas. We also have some limited RV spaces available for those that wish to bring their own rig. Shift meals are available for a discounted price on days you work. There are full kitchens in all housing. You can shop, cook and eat what you like.
Housing is only $125 per month. There is a $200 damage deposit taken out of the first few checks. It is refundable if the unit is left clean and in good condition.
Working here can get you discounts on all sorts of outdoor gear. Go kayaking Horseshoe Bend or flyfishing the famous Lees Ferry.
Outdoor activities everywhere from our location.
With our affordable housing and fair compensation, this is a great opportunity for you to sock away some savings.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Staff must have their own transportation, as there is no access to public transportation, and we are in a remote location.
We are located close to 3 National Parks for you to explore. Lees Ferry, a world class trout fishery is 20 minutes away. Lake Powell is only 45 miles for plenty of water sports. You can hike, fish, kayak, star gaze and shoot some great photography. This is also a great place to write, read or do crafts.
How to Apply
Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. No phone calls please.