School 4-Night River Trips

  • Where: Colorado River Rafting - Horsethief, Ruby & Westwater Canyons, OR Green River Canoeing - Labyrinth Canyon, OR Raft the San Juan River - Famous "Goosenecks" stretch in Deep Canyons
  • Age Group: Suitable for Middle, High School and College Students
  • Notes:

    River Trip Highlights:
    Class I – IV Rapids, World Famous Archeological Rock Art Panels & Indian Ruins, Dramatic Geology & Fossils, Scenic Wildlife Floats, Proposed Wilderness Study Area, Scenic Side Canyons, Wild & Scenic River

Colorado River Rafting

Experience the beauty of flat water canyons or exciting whitewater while exploring one of the West’s most renowned rivers.  The Colorado River offers excellent hiking, wildlife viewing and fascinating geologic and cultural history.

Loma, Colorado to Hittle or Professor Valley, Utah – Horsethief, Ruby, and Westwater Canyons, Dewey and Fisher Towers

  • Grades 9 & up
  • Class I-III Rapids
  • Watershed principles and Colorado River water issues
  • National Conservation Area, Proposed Wilderness Study Area, Wild and Scenic River
  • Precambrian geology and rock art
  • Wildlife and endangered species
  • Wonderful long trip with more time for studies and hikes

15 – 25 Participants: $680/person plus $20 BLM Fee/person

School Group Size Limit Including Chaperones: 15 minimum/25 maximum

Green River Canoeing

Labyrinth Canyon flat water wilderness – leisurely paddle through deep canyons with time to explore the history and landscape.

Ruby Ranch to Mineral Bottom, Utah – Labyrinth Canyon

  • Middle, High School & College
  • Flat water
–  students learn to read water and handle canoes
  • Remote,  sheer-walled canyon, proposed wilderness
  • Deep canyons, rock art and history
  • Canyon country geology
  • Hikes and wildlife, endangered species

15 – 25 Participants: $620/person

School Group Size Limit Including Chaperones: 15 minimum/25 maximum

San Juan River Rafting

Venture into deep meandering canyons on this magnificent wilderness stretch of lower canyon river. You’ll experience moderate rapids, hiking, history and excellent wildlife viewing.

Mexican Hat, Utah to Clay Hills, Utah – Lower Canyon

LIMITED ASSIGNED LAUNCH DATES

  • Middle, High School & College
  • Class I-III Rapids
  • Remote Limestone Canyon
  • Famous “Goosenecks” stretch
  • Dramatic Geology & Fossils
  • Hikes
  • Wildlife
  • Water Issues

15 – 25 Participants: $680/person - plus $20 BLM Fee/person
School Group Size Limit Including Chaperones: 15 minimum/25 maximum