Youth River Skills Camp

Learn to raft, paddle, and duckie the Colorado River this summer!

The Youth River Skills Camp is summer learning adventure for young adults 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 paddle rafts and duckies. 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!

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  • by ACTIVE Network
  • Where: Colorado River from Dewey Bridge to Rocky takeout
  • When: July 27, 2017 through July 29, 2017
  • Number of Days/Nights: 3 Days, 2 nights
  • Time: Meet 8:30 am on July 27 at CFI Office 1320 S. Hwy 191 Moab, UT 84532
  • Group Size: Min 6 and Max 11
  • Age Group: Entering 7th through 12th grades
  • Cost per Person: $200 per youth, $150 for youth attending Grand County School District
  • Deposit: $25