1266 66th Street, Suite 2
Emeryville, CA 94608
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Go deep into the Southwest's spectacular desert landscape on this action-packed five-day rafting and hiking adventure, beginning and ending in Moab - Utah's exciting adventure hub. Following expert guides, you'll enjoy impressive access to 94 miles of the Colorado River as it flows through Meander Canyon, Narrow Canyon, and Canyonlands National Park. Experience the red-rock wonder of Cataract Canyon as you tackle the "Big Drops," famed as some of the world's best rapids, and explore remote riverside hiking trails and archaeological sites. Spend nights camping beneath starry skies in an internationally renowned Dark Sky Park! Finish your trip in Lake Powell with a memorable scenic flight retracing your river journey through Canyonlands National Park and back to Moab. Pair this trip with other nearby adventures in Arches, Capitol Reef, Grand Staircase Escalante, and Monument Valley.
Meet your Shuttle and Trip Leader in Moab at 9:00 am for a 30-minute drive to the Cataract Canyon put-in at Potash Boat Ramp where yourguides will provide a safety briefing before the journey begins. Adjust to the pace of the warm Colorado River as you paddle past spectacular scenery. Stop to explore Native American ruins and learn about the flora and fauna of this fragile desert environment. Upon arrival at camp, join the guides in setting up tents and play fun river games like horseshoes and bocce ball. After dinner, watch the sunset to the chirp of the canyon wren.
Accommodation: MT Sobek Camp-Colorado River
Activity: 6+ hours rafting & optional 1-3 hours hiking each day
Transportation: 30-minute private van transfer/1-hour scenic flight
Meals: Meals and snacks included each day on the river
In addition to rafting, MTSobek also offers week-long all-inclusive hiking tours visiting all of Utah’s National Parks: https://www.mtsobek.com/trips/
MT Sobek is proud to be an authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service and a permitted outfitter under the National Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. We always follow Leave No Trace principles and seek to drive awareness of fragile ecosystems to help support their long-term sustainability.