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School River Trip - Five or Six Nights with CFI in Moab, UT. Canoe Labyrinth Canyon on the Green River, or raft the Upper or Lower San Juan River.Learn More →
School River Trip - Four Nights with CFI in Moab, UT. Raft the Colorado River, canoe the Green River, or raft the San Juan River. Three great options!Learn More →
School River Trip - One Day with CFI in Moab UT is a perfect educational stop for your school or youth group traveling in or through the Moab area.Learn More →
School River Trip - Three Nights with CFI in Moab, UT take you in serene flat water canyons or exciting whitewater. Raft the Colorado, or explore the rich history of the Upper San Juan River.Learn More →
School River Trip - Two Nights with CFI in Moab UT invite you to Journey through time and explore the rich history of the Southwest by river. These wonderful scenic floats include mild rapids and extensive prehistoric Indian rock art and dwellings.Learn More →
For Grade 9 and up - a classic and exciting whitewater experience through geologically and historically rich Westwater Canyon!
School River Trip: Westwater Canyon Overnight explores wonderful Westwater, a Wilderness Study Area, with CFI Naturalist-Guides. Experience the one of the west's premiere whitewater stretches with 6 miles of exciting Class III-IV whitewater rapids!Learn More →
Enjoy Arches and its natural wonders in the magic light
During the sunset tour of Arches National Park, enjoy the magic light of Arches while taking in some of Utah's most famous natural wonders. Join us for this popular van tour with a CFI Naturalist-Guide Intern and learn about the park's history and environment through short hikes to a variety of famous arches. Includes Delicate Arch Overlook and the Windows area or other locations depending on your interest and abilities. We will conduct the trip for one person or up to 10 people in our group.Learn More →
Raft, Paddle, and SUP the Colorado River this summer!
The Teen River Skills Camp is summer learning adventure for teens entering 7th-12th grades. In the heat of the summer, spend 3 awesome days paddling and rowing on the Colorado River. CFI’s experienced Naturalist Guides will teach kids to navigate rivers, starting out on calm water stretch and working up to some whitewater. Practice river reading skills, and learn how to row a raft or paddle a ducky, how to set up camp and be an awesome camp cook. This is a hands-on experience using SUP on calm water and and paddle raft on moderate whitewater. We'll cover basic river safety, river rescue, maneuvering different types of boats, ethics for river travel, and have fun swimming in the river’s milder sections!Learn More →
We're Going Deeper into Westwater Canyon History in this Overnight River Trip
In this fun and historically informative overnight trip, explore wonderful Westwater Canyon, a Wilderness Study Area, with CFI Naturalist-Guides and river runner, writer, and historian Mike Milligan. Immerse yourself in the adventure with a small group, take a side canyon hike while we go deeper into the canyon's history, and learn about its geology. AND experience Westwater's 6 miles of exciting whitewater! This is a 17-mile river trip that offers an insider perspective on the Westwater WSA at a slower pace.Learn More →
Multiple day-long indoor classes: includes CPR and two-year certifications
WMI offers this course with a two-year re-certification for Wilderness First Responder (WFR), Wilderness Advanced First Aid (WAFA) and Wilderness EMT. Includes two year CPR. Register through CFI.Learn More →
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In Canyonlands National park
Weekend wilderness adventure summer camp in Canyonlands NP. For students 7th grade and up, sponsored by Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks and CFI Moab. The second annual Bates Wilson Youth Camp will be held in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. We are inviting students in grades 7th and up with interests in national parks, conservation, outdoor education, geology, cultural history, public policy, or careers in the National Park Service or other public land agencies, but especially students who love learning in nature and having fun!
Joette Langianese, Executive Director, Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks. Phone: 435-259-0108
Or download application form.