Immerse yourself in the beauty of the serene waters of the lovely and remote wilderness of Labyrinth Canyon. This stretch runs from the town of Green River adjacent to Canyonlands National Park and ends at Mineral Bottom. This section has been featured in many adventure travel magazines as a must-do for both seasoned or beginner paddlers in canyon country.
This calm water canoe trip is a favorite of our guides and one we have been running since our founding in 1984. Experience a sense of rejuvenation after a relaxing week on the river. Unplug and connect with your group while learning about river history, dark-sky stargazing, and eating delicious meals.
Paddle your own Canoe:
No experience necessary! Learn from seasoned guides about how to paddle and rig a canoe for a multi-day expedition. Explore side channels and learn the river on your own terms with the guidance of an outdoor professional.
River expeditions are the best of both worlds: the comfort and amenities of car camping are combined with the remoteness and serenity of backpacking. We will bring a full kitchen, as well as everything else you’ll need to make your outdoor experience comfortable!
Learn about river life from the prehistoric Native Americans, 19th-century fur trappers and outlaws, and 20th-century miners and river runners. Stories about Major Powell’s 1869 and 1871 expeditions highlight the week while short interpretive hikes and talks teach geology, riparian ecology, and issues facing America’s public lands.