Whitewater River Camping

Utah camping with Paddle Moab

 

 

Camping on the Colorado River.

 

 

This is the ultimate river trip for any outdoor enthusiast. Camping with family and friends on this all-inclusive trip makes memories that last a lifetime.

DAY 1:
Trip begins at the historic Dewey Bridge. This is a flatwater section called  “postcard alley”.  Rightfully named, the scenery is one of the most beautiful and photographed areas of the Southwest Desert.
Camp is at Onion Creek Rapid, the first rapid of the Fisher Towers Daily. The scenery at this spot is unlike any other. Once at camp, you can relax on the beach or we can go play in Onion Creek Rapid.  Dinner is freshly prepared for you.IMG_0993
DAY 2:
The day is started with a healthy breakfast. Once camp is all packed up, it is time to get on the river.  The Fisher Tower’s section of the Colorado River is an excellent section to  learn how to safely navigate whitewater.  This section is a class II/III section. Class III during spring run off (April-May) Class II the rest of the year.

This trips includes a guide, equipment, transportation, food, sleeping kits, snacks and drinks. All of your  overnight gear will be taken down river by a support craft and will be ready for you at camp.

**SUP Option: If you want to Stand Up Paddle then previous paddle experience is  not necessary but recommended. Paddling can be physically demanding so anyone going on the trip must be physically active. During the course of the day one, your guide will be preparing you for whitewater stand up paddle boarding. Each of our guides are certified paddle board instructors.

Time: 2 days/1 night

Length:21 miles

Cost: Adult $255 |Youth $200

*For SUP you must be (16 & Up) Rafting is age 7+

 


Launches: Departs 9:30am on day 1, returns around 2:00pm on day 2

Participants: 4 people needed for a trip to go.
If you are a group smaller then 4 give us a call and we will see what we can put together.


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