July 24th - July 26th, 2018
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!
July 25th - July 29th, 2018
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.
July 28th - July 30th, 2018
This river section features majestic walls of red sandstone and offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. You’ll be amazed at stands of shiny granite sculpted by water through the ages while paddling or floating in your life jacket past the remnants of ancient metamorphic rock, called Black Rock.
July 29th - July 31st, 2018
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. Experience fascinating rock formation from the age of the dinosaurs, and paddle your way along the Gunnison River with Denver Museum educator, Samantha Sands as your timetravel guide.
August 2nd - August 4th, 2018
Geography Professor, Dr. James Dunn, University of Northern Colorado, will be facilitating this trip as you learn about the power of water, wind, and weathering in a western environment. Labs and field exercises will be conducted throughout the trip as appropriate. This trip is for UNC college students, alumni, and adult public.
August 3rd - August 6th, 2018
Centennial Canoe is proud to team up with History Colorado on an exciting Gunnison River canoe trip to a wild and remote area with fascinating history. Our facilitator, Ft. Lewis College professor of history and Environmental Studies, Dr. Andrew Gulliford, will share his stories of the colorful characters and circumstances that helped shape the western landscape as you journey along the river.
August 3rd - August 5th, 2018
Centennial Canoe's outdoor farm-to-table experiences bring the freshness of fields, orchards, and artisanal foods directly to your table. We will harvest bountiful ingredients in the Grand Junction area and prepare simple but beautiful dishes for guests to savor onsite. Take in the beauty of one of the last free flowing rivers while enjoying culinary delights. This is an exclusive trip for Happy Hikers. Trip Coordinator, Mick Charles
August 8th - August 12th, 2018
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.
August 11th - August 13th, 2018
The Tito Salas star gazing trip has become a yearly tradition and sells out fast. Tito makes astronomy interesting and most of all FUN for all ages. Away from all the city lights, the wilderness night sky is unbelievably clear allowing us to gaze at the constellations, Milky Way, and maybe galaxies beyond!