School River Trip – Three Nights

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 Cisco, Utah – Horsethief, Ruby & Westwater Canyons

  • Grades 9 & up (for Westwater Canyon)
  • Class I-III/IV Rapids
  • McGinnis Canyons National Recreation Area, proposed Wilderness Study Area and Wild & Scenic River
  • Precambrian Geology and Rock Art
  • Hikes, Wildlife & Water Issues

$20 BLM Fee/person

School group size limit including chaperones: 15 minimum/25 maximum

San Juan River Rafting

Upper Canyon – Journey through time and explore the rich history of the Southwest by river. This wonderful scenic float includes mild rapids and extensive prehistoric Indian rock art and dwellings.

Bluff, Utah to Mexican Hat, Utah – Upper San Juan


  • Middle, High School & College
  • Class I-II Rapids
  • World famous Archeological Rock Art Panels & Indian Ruins
  • Dramatic Geology & Fossils
  • Hikes, Wildlife & Water Issues

$10 BLM Fee/person
 (Navajo fee waived for schools)
School group size limit including chaperones: 15 minimum/25 maximum


  • Where: Raft the Colorado or San Juan Rivers
  • Number of Days/Nights: Three Nights
  • Age Group: Suitable for Middle, High School and College Students
  • Cost per Person: $500 + BLM and/or Navajo Nation Special Area Fee depending on location
  • Notes:

    School River Trip Highlights: World famous archeological rock art panels and Indian ruins, dramatic geology and fossils, wildlife, proposed Wilderness Study Area, scenic side canyons, wild and scenic river.
    Class I – III Rapids.

    One chaperone is required for every twelve students, with a minimum of two (2) required chaperones for River trips.  Each required chaperone receives a %50 discount. All chaperones beyond the required number are the full fee.