Outdoor Education comes to life on the Lower San Juan
The lower stretch of the San Juan river features remarkable geology, high canyon walls, and whitewater rapids, and the epic twists and turns of Goosenecks State Park. Students develop teamwork, communication, self-management skills while navigating this remote backcountry stretch of river. Throughout the trip, youth participate in all aspects of multi-day wilderness expeditions through field studies, river skills, navigation, camp life, and hiking. The San Juan river is divided into two sections: the Upper San Juan and Lower San Juan. These stretches can be done independently or strung together for an epic expedition.
Outdoor Educational Adventure
Lose yourself in the meandering canyon walls of the Lower San Juan. This trip is perfect for connecting to what’s important whether its connection to self, each other, or nature. Throughout the trip there are great opportunities to go on side explorations including pioneer cabins, fossil sites, and overlooks.
Teamwork and SEL
On the lower San Juan, youth participate in all aspects of multi-day wilderness expeditions through field studies, river skills, navigation, camp life, and hiking.
The San Juan River: Mexican Hat, UT to Clay Hills, UT
Call 435 259-7750 for availability
5 days and 4 nights
15 – 25 participants
6th Grade and older
$795 per student
- Price includes $20 BLM Special Area Fee
- Price includes a Navajo Parks and Recreation special area fee of $15 per night
- Upper and Lower sections of the San Juan can be combined into an epic trip through Canyon Country. Packaged Price: $895 for 7 day 6 night trip (Price includes $30 BLM Special Area Fee).
- Program fee does not include gratuity. Our educators work extremely hard and appreciate getting tipped.