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1 Day: Moab Utah Float


Highlights

• Mellow float on the Colorado River
• Suitable for all ages
• Departs every day
• Great water fights 
• Warm river great for  swimming

Trip Rates

Adults: $82 Youth: $62
*Does not include taxes & government user fees

Trip Length:

1 Full Day With Lunch

Host City:

Moab, Utah 

Minimum Age:

4 Yrs Old

Rapids:

II

2016 Dates:

Daily, April 1st through October 30th

2017 Dates:

Daily, April 1st through October 30th

*Other Dates Available.  Please call for your date.

Boats

Paddleboat, Oarboats

1 Day Fisher Float

What makes this trip special?

Map of Colorado RiverThe "Moab Daily Rafting" trip is a beautiful one-day float trip on the Colorado River. This day trips begin upstream of Moab Utah and floats through spectacular rock valleys next to Arches National Park. This is a great trip for those that want to see some of the magnificent canyons carved out by The Colorado River.

On this 14 mile run, guests will experience mellow rapids (class I and II) that are enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.


"My concern planning this trip was to find a company that was open’ to working with people with disabilities…

All of you were very accommodating and you never saw the wheelchair as a barrier…everyone is telling me this was ‘a trip of a lifetime’.”

Wheelchair Fitness Program, St. David’s Rehabilitation Center- Austin, TX

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Dates

2016 Trip Rates

Adult.....................$82
Youth.....................$62

2016 Dates:

Daily, April 1st through October 30th

2017 Dates:

Daily, April 1st through October 30th
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 What This Rate Includes:

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Full Day on the River:

Paddleboats, and Oarboat

Quality Guides: Highly Experienced, Professional, & Licensed

Great Lunch: Local Meats, Cheeses & Veggies

Iced Coolers on boats

Lemonade, Iced Water, and Gatorade:

 

Full Payment due at Reservation

Trip Cancellation Insurance

Minimum Age: 4 years old

What is not included in trip fares:

Guide Gratuities by no means required but always appreciated by our guides. We recommend 10-20% of the cost of the river portion of the trip.

Transportation to Moab Utah.

Lodging and meals prior to or following your expedition (except where noted.) Click to see list of quality places to stay in Moab Utah.

Government user fees and taxes (about 6% of trip cost.)

Itinerary

Moab Daily Sample Itinerary

Float trips on the Colorado RiverThe "Moab Daily" is a beautiful one day float trip on the Colorado River. The day trips begin upstream of Moab, Utah and float through spectacular rock valleys next to Arches National Park. This is a great trip for those who want to see some of the magnificent canyons carved out by The Colorado River. On this 14-mile run, guests will experience fun rapids (class I and II) that are enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.

What you'll see: This is typical "Old West" canyon country. Many movies were filmed here, including the classics "Wagonmaster" and John Wayne's "Rio Grande" and "Commancheros." You'll also recognize this area from"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", "City Slickers II" and "Thelma and Louise." This section has many prominent sandstone spires that rise far above the ground. The "Titan," at over 900 feet tall, is the tallest Fisher Tower and was dubbed "Utah's skyscraper rock" by National Geographic.

Splashing whitewateerWhat you'll do: This part of the Colorado River is slow, wide and warm, making swimming extremely fun on sunny summer days. This trip has class I-II rapids suitable for everyone 4 years and older with relaxing oarboats, fun paddleboats and playful inflatable kayaks. This is a great relaxing trip in a beautiful area of the world.

What's for Lunch: At lunch we will stop on a sandy beach to have a wonderful sandwich buffet lunch. Sheri Griffith Expeditions meals are by far the best on the river. We provide a variety of local meats, cheese and organic vegetables. Many of the vegetables are grown in our own personal garden or purchased from the locals farmers market. Our meats come from a local butcher shop. Next to our guides, the meals are what we get the most complements about.

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Moab Daily Maps

The "Moab Daily" is a beautiful one day float trip on the Colorado River. The day trips begin upstream of Moab Utah and float through spectacular rock valleys next to Arches National Park. This is a great trip for those that want to see some of the magnificent canyons carve out by The Colorado River. On this 14-mile run, guests will experience fun rapids (class I and II) that are enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.


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Resources

River Trip Resources

Required Forms:

Please print, sign and return the required forms (for each person in your party) to our office by email, fax or mail at least 45 days prior to your trip.

Trip Risk Forms

Guest Registration

 

Trip Document in PDF's

Moab Trip Planner

Packing List

Trip Itinerary


Travel Insurance:

Transportation to Moab

Preferred Lodging Guide

Tips for Women in the Outdors

Beverage Request Form

Faxed Reservation Form

Helpful Links

Canyonlands National Park: Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape of sedimentary sandstones eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries.

Arches National Park: Arches National Park preserves over two thousand natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, in addition to a variety of unique geological resources and formations.

Dinosaur National Monument: Dinosaur National Monument protects a large deposit of fossil dinosaur bones--remains of the so-called "terrible lizards" that lived millions of years ago.

Moab Travel Council: A great resource on Moab area trails, hotels, and other great things to do in Moab.

Links to Area Information

Moab Weather

Water Levels

How to get to Moab

Where to staying Moab

What to do other than rafting

Questions about the trip:

Cancellation Policy and Trip Insurance:

Sheri Griffith Expeditions has a NO REFUND policy. Since you have reserved space for which we have a limited number of seats, our non-refundable policy applies in every instance. There are no exceptions for any reason, so we highly recommend that you purchase Travel Insurance to protect your vacation investment. Please take some time to visit the following website www.travelinsure.com/affiliate/selecthigh.htm?32219, which contains information about Travel Insurance.

How to book a trip

There are several easy ways to make a reservation. Easiest is to click on the “book online” button on your trip or at the top of the screen. You can always give us a call at 800-332-2439. You can also download Reservation PDF and fax it in (435)-259-2226 or mail it to us at Po Box 1324 Moab UT 84532.

Deposits and Reservations

For 1 day trips full payment is required at time of booking. For multiday trips a non-refundable $300/person deposit is required at the time of reservation. The balance is due 45 days prior to departure. After making your reservation you will receive a reservation packet that will include a packing list, helpful travel hints, travel insurance information, a beverage request form, and a guest registration form. Please fill out the guest registration form and send or fax back quickly. If you find you are unable to participate in the trip that you booked, but would like to transfer your trip to the following year, there will be a charge of $300 per participant if the change is made at least 3 weeks prior to your departure date.

Non-Performance

We make every effort to follow through on our plans. However, we reserve the right to make changes in the itinerary or possibly cancel a trip if necessary including but not limited to weather conditions, water fluctuations, insufficient reservations, changes in international relations, or other factors beyond our control. If cancellation is necessary, your money will be refunded. Our financial liability shall be limited to the amount actually paid and shall not be extended to cover any other costs incurred by the trip member.

Tipping:

Guests often ask whether gratuities are appropriate, and in what amount. If you feel your guides have provided a very special trip for you, a gratuity may be left with the trip leader and will be shared among the crew. Entirely discretionary, anything between 15% and 20% of the trip cost is a general tipping guideline. If you plan to tip, remember to bring a personal check or cash—ATM’s are hard to find in the backcountry! PLEASE, do not make out checks to Sheri Griffith Expeditions. If you are writing check please make it out to the Trip Leader.  NOTE: we cannot take credit card gratuities.

Hiking and Physical Requirements:

If you are of an adventurous spirit and in reasonably good health, you should have no problem enjoying any of our trips. It’s not necessary to be an athlete to participate in a river expedition. However, It is several hours to the nearest medical center. If you take medication you should bring a good supply and inform your guide of all medication that you are taking. When you meet your guide, you should discretely explain any medical conditions you may have or be concerned about including allergies to bee stings, etc. Each guide carries a first aid kit and will need to know if specific medicines should be stored. It’s also helpful to know about other health issues when planning activities for the day. Pregnant women and anyone with heart trouble should have their physician’s approval before taking a river trip.

Safety, and Assumption of Risk

We maintain an excellent safety record, since 1971. However, all outdoor experiences involve risk and we all must recognize that accidents or illnesses may occur. We cannot guarantee your safety. We place final responsibility for your safety firmly on your shoulders where it belongs. You have to pay attention to what you are doing. Mother Nature controls the water level, the weather and the elements, so there is a risk involved in rafting and camping. Before your trip departs, you will be asked to sign an Assumption of Risk and Release Form. We assume no responsibility for injury to trip members, their personal belongings or, for time and expense incurred. We strongly recommend Travel Insurance, which covers vacation losses and accidents and provides a refund if you have to cancel your trip.

Parking, luggage and valuables:

We have a gated parking lot at our office for your vehicles while you are on the river. We also have a safe room for luggage and valuables while you a re on the river.

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