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Destinations: Green River Canoeing

As you retrace Major John Wesley Powell’s epic 1869 path into the annals of history, this twisting river winds its way between sheer colorful sandstone walls, thousands of feet high. You’ll marvel at Labyrinth, Horse Shoe and Trin-Alcove Canyons and Bow Knot Bend. You may also want to stay in the Moab, UT area and visit Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, which are right next-door.

Green River Canoeing: Cleason Dunn Wright Music Trip

Green River Canoeing: Cleason Dunn Wright Music Trip

Canoeing in Utah is an unforgettable odyssey. Paddling the spectacular 60-mile section of the Green River from Crystal Geyser south of Green River, UT, as it winds towards Mineral Bottom, just north of Canyonlands National Park, is the trip of a lifetime.

Green River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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Green River Canoeing- Jeff Tokar Private Trip

Green River Canoeing- Jeff Tokar Private Trip

Canoeing in Utah is an unforgettable odyssey. Paddling the spectacular 60-mile section of the Green River from Crystal Geyser south of Green River, UT, as it winds towards Mineral Bottom, just north of Canyonlands National Park, is the trip of a lifetime.

Green River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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Green River Canoeing: Colorado Plataeu, A Mirror of Mars. Open to Teachers and the Adult Public

Green River Canoeing: Colorado Plataeu, A Mirror of Mars. Open to Teachers and the Adult Public

Did you know the Colorado Plateau is a great place to study the geology of Mars? This unique adventure will take you down a spectacular 60-mile section of the Green River in Utah from Crystal Geyser to Mineral Bottom just north of Canyonlands National Park. You’ll learn about the unique geological features that make the Colorado Plateau so special while also learning about the geology on Mars. This is definitely a trip of a lifetime.

Green River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 18+
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Green River Canoeing: Denver Museum Archaeology & Western History

Green River Canoeing: Denver Museum Archaeology & Western History

Paddle along one of the West’s longest stretches of tranquil wilderness water, just north of Canyonlands National Park in eastern Utah. Jennifer Moss Logan, Denver Museum educator, will be your guide as you marvel at colorful sandstone walls hundreds of feet high and explore canyons and ancient rock art.

Green River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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Difficulty
Beginner: suitable for kids 6-12. Mostly flat water. No experience necessary and average fitness level required.

Ages
6 to 90+

When
April through October

Section & Miles
Labyrinth Canyon; 60 miles

Number of Days
5 and 6 day trips

Hiking
Yes

Nearest Town
Moab, UT

Driving Distance from Denver
335 miles; 5.5 hours

Number of Participants
22 guests

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