$290 Adult & $225 Youth
Raft the legendary Colorado River with moderate rapids and stunning scenery. The perfect two day adventure for family get togethers, youth groups, or first time river runners. Relax in camp with one of the most scenic backdrops in Utah, the Fisher Towers.
Pack your dry bag and get ready to have fun. A short shuttle ride along River Road brings us to the Colorado. Professional guides introduce you to your new settings, and key you into a few safety concerns. Over the next two days we will travel 24 miles by river. Some choose to ride in inflatable kayaks, while others hop on the oar boat.
We'll stop for lunch on the river's edge where your guide will serve a tasty buffet style picnic lunch. After eating we'll explore a side canyon only accessible by river.
The massive Fisher Towers dominate the skyline. We pull into a beach with giant old growth Cottonwoods. This is one of the most picturesque campsites along the entire Colorado River.
Unwind throwing horseshoes, or just having a friendly conversation in the shade while guides busy themselves in the kitchen. A dutch oven dessert cooked over the fire is the end to great day.
The smell of coffee and sizzling bacon entices guests out of their tents. Moderate whitewater and scenery that has made Moab world famous await us on day two. This fun section of river is the perfect combination of excitement and beauty. We'll return to Moab around 3:30 that afternoon with batteries re-charged.
Call us toll free 1-800-833-1278
Your two-day Moab rafting trip departs 8:00 AM from NAVTEC Expeditions. Our office is located at 321 N. Main Street in Moab, UT. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in. After two days on the river we return to our office at about 4:00 PM. Trip operate March through October. All ground transportation is included. Reservations reccomended certain trip minimums apply.
- 8:00 AM -- departure from NAVTEC office
- 9:00 AM -- put-in at Dewey Bridge
- 4:00 PM -- approximate return to Moab on day 2
||$295 Adult & $225 Youth (16 & under)
- Oar boat and paddle raft options depending on availability
- Inflatable kayak (must specify during reservation)
- All meals and snacks while on the river
- Ice water, Lemonade, and Breakfast drinks
- Coast Guard approved life jackets, river bags and camera box
- Transportation from our office to the river put-in and return
- Pick-up from your motel or campground, if needed
- Parking available at the NAVTEC office
- Licensed experienced guide service
- Gratuity to guide
- Soft drinks (bring your own -- we provide a cooler and ice)
- Two man tents $20 rental + tax
- Sleeping bag, pad, and ground cloth $13 rental + tax
- Signature on required "Acknowledgement of Risk" form
|What to bring:
- Reusable water bottle (we have the refills)
- Sturdy footwear, please no flip flops
- Light colored quick dry clothing (not cotton)
- Rainsuit (both pant and jacket)
- Change of cloths
- Spring and Fall base layers: long johns, sweater, polartec, wool
- Spring and Fall: warm hat, gloves, jacket and dry shoes
- Swim suit or fast drying shorts
- Long sleeve shirt if you're sensitive to the sun
- Sun screen and lip balm
- Hat with a visor (a must for sun protection)
- Sunglasses with securing strap
- Camera, carried at own risk
- Flashlight (extra batteries)
- Toiletries, personal medicines, skin lotion, insect repellant
- Camp cloths: t-shirt, long pants, socks, fleece jacket
RESERVATIONS & CANCELLATIONS:
Call us at 1-800-833-1278
- If you prefer to put down a deposit to hold the trip give us a call. A minimum $100 per person deposit confirms your spot with the balance will be due no less than 30 days prior to departure.
- Cancellations made 31 or more days prior to departure receive a full refund less a $50 per person cancellation fee. Sorry no refunds within 30 days of departure WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
- If you are concerned about the possibility of having to cancel, we strongly suggest you purchase trip cancellation insurance to protect your vacation investment.
- NAVTEC Expeditions assumes no financial responsibility for personal injury, emergency evacuation, or equipment lost in any way.