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Gunnison River Canoeing: Lisa Graf Meet Up Group

Gunnison River Canoeing: Lisa Graf Meet Up Group

Colorado canoeing on the Gunnison River will spark your sense of adventure with opportunities for hiking and exploring in one of Colorado's newest Wilderness Areas, Dominguez Canyon, floating in your lifejacket and camping along the river’s edge. During this Colorado canoe trip, you will be dwarfed by high walls of red sandstone and shale deposited during the age of the dinosaurs.

Gunnison River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 21+
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Yampa River Canoeing: Memorial Weekend

Yampa River Canoeing: Memorial Weekend

Renew your relationship with friends and family this summer while canoeing, viewing wildlife, stargazing and, of course, roasting marshmallows around the campfire. Gain a whole new sense of “family” while enjoying the outdoors together.

Yampa River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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White River Canoeing: Skimeisters

White River Canoeing: Skimeisters

When you canoe Utah, you won’t soon forget it. The White River, flowing westward 34 miles from Bonanza, Utah, near the Colorado and Utah border, has been referred to as the best canoeing in Utah. It is certainly the most remote wilderness area of any flat-water river stretch in the West. Few boaters have discovered the wild and secluded beauty of a Utah canoe trip through the White River Canyon. Private trip for Skimeisters.

White River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 21+
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Gunnison River Canoeing: Denver Museum Ecosystem Interactions--Finding the Balance

Gunnison River Canoeing: Denver Museum Ecosystem Interactions--Finding the Balance

Open to teachers and the general public. Explore the interactions that occur every day in nature while canoeing and hiking through magnificent canyons in the Colorado Plateau. Deepen your understanding of ecology and critical environmental resource issues. Gain knowledge about topics such as: ecosystems & biomes, adaptations, environmental policy, geology, and astronomy.

Gunnison River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 18+
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Yampa River Canoeing: Western History

Yampa River Canoeing: Western History

Dr. Gulliford, Professor of SW Studies, will share his stories of the colorful characters and circumstances that helped shape the western landscape as you journey along the river. There’ll be plenty of campfire stories on this trip! Sponsored by San Juan Mountains Assoc.

Yampa River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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Green River Canoeing: Eckerd College Alumni Trip

Green River Canoeing: Eckerd College Alumni 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. Exclusive trip for Eckerd College Alums.

Green River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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Yampa River Canoeing: CO School of Mines Ecology/Art--River to Desert. Open to Teachers and the Adult Public

Yampa River Canoeing: CO School of Mines Ecology/Art--River to Desert. Open to Teachers and the Adult Public

While canoeing, camping, and hiking, we’ll investigate the natural environment of the Yampa River, its riparian ecosystem, and the surrounding desert and learn how human, plant, and animal life in these special areas have adapted to this unique environment. And, like the native peoples, we’ll be inspired by our natural surroundings to create art and poetry. Qualifies for 1.5 teacher recertification credits; open to the public.

Yampa River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 18+
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Colorado River Canoeing: Breckenridge Brewery Beer Tasting

Colorado River Canoeing: Breckenridge Brewery Beer Tasting

Breckenridge Brewery will be facilitating and providing beer samples on this CO canoe trip. Learn about the microbrewery industry while paddling through majestic walls of red sandstone and enjoying camaraderie with fellow beer lovers. The Colorado River offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. You’ll be amazed at stands of shiny granite sculpted by water through the ages as you paddle past the remnants of ancient metamorphic rock, called Black Rock.

Colorado River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 21+
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Gunnison River Canoeing: Tamara Atkin Meet up Group

Gunnison River Canoeing: Tamara Atkin Meet up Group

Colorado canoeing on the Gunnison River will spark your sense of adventure with opportunities for hiking and exploring in one of Colorado's Wilderness Areas, Dominguez Canyon, floating in your life jacket and camping along the river’s edge. During this Colorado canoe trip, you will be dwarfed by high walls of red sandstone and shale deposited during the age of the dinosaurs.

Gunnison River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 18+
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Colorado River Canoeing: July 4th Weekend

Colorado River Canoeing: July 4th Weekend

Spend the 4th of July holiday in a spectacular canyon river. This magnificent canyon country of the Colorado Plateau, including Ruby and Horsethief Canyons, features majestic walls of red sandstone and offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. Roads do not bound this portion of the river and the steep-walled canyons are accessible only from the river, giving the area a true wilderness setting.

Colorado River Canoeing
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Beginner; Ages 6+; Kids Prices 6-12 yr.
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San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

Our three-quarter sea kayak circumnavigation of San Juan Island affords participants a chance to kayak among the many small, uninhabited islands that “ring” San Juan Island. You’ll have opportunities to see Orca whales and other large marine mammals. With sublime views of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Mountains this trip is a Northwest classic!

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking
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Beginner; Ages 12+
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San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

With over 200 rocky, forested islands to explore, the San Juan Archipelago is a superb kayak destination. You’ll experience the fun of paddling and camping on remote islands accessible only by boat! These pristine waters are host to over 80 resident orca whales plus minke whales, harbor and Dall's porpoises, harbor seals, river otters and a variety of bird life. With sublime views of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Mountains this trip is a Northwest classic!

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking
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Beginner; Ages 12+
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