May Discounts on the Yampa River!
Get $100 off any May Untamed Yampa River trip if you book before March 31. The Yampa River through the Dinosaur National Monument has it all! As the last free-flowing river in the entire Colorado River drainage, the Yampa River is incredibly wild in May. The Rocky Mountain spring run off creates big roaring rapids with an average descent of 14 feet per mile. This year marks the 75th anniversary of The Yampa River and her canyons addition to Dinosaur National Monument. Last summer a large rockfall changed the dynamics of the Yampa's biggest rapid, Warm Springs. We are excited for the opportunity to traverse this new challenging route, 2013 is THE year to see the Yampa!
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New Dates and Trips Open for 2013
3 Day Luxury River Trip: Westwater Canyon
The contrast between the rugged nature of the river and the evening comforts of a moving hotel is the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors. The scenery in Westwater Canyon is breathtaking, the rapids dazzling, and the hikes soul stirring. And it’s your vacation. The guides, the chef and camp attendants will do all the work.
Date: July 29
Rates: Adults: $1650 Youth: $1399
12 Day John Wesley Powell Adventure
The multi-faceted 12 Day: John Wesley Powell Adventure combines magnificent wonder, spectacular whitewater challenge and triumphant personal achievement. It is the ideal balance of serenity, thrill and fascination that will transform your life.
Date: Sept 10
Rates: Adults: $2400
2 Day Westwater Canyon Trip
The 2 day Wild Westwater Canyon trip is perfect for those who have never camped or just want to give river rafting a try for the first time. This part of the Colorado River is full of bird life ranging from bald eagles to great blue herons. National Geographic's "Wild and Scenic Rivers" describes Westwater Canyon as "The best short whitewater trip in the west."
Date: May 10
Rates: Adults: $450 Youth: $399
The History of Cataract Canyon
Cataract Canyon lies in the heart of Canyonlands National Park 65 miles down the Colorado River from Moab, Utah and 110 miles down the Green River from the town of Green River, Utah. These two powerful rivers meet at the Confluence and combine to make some of the most commanding and famous rapids in North America. Cataract Canyon's rapids caused more damage and created more fear in early river runners than those of the Grand Canyon. Cataract's rapids are only part of the amazing story about this section of the Colorado River. Cataract and Canyonlands also has amazing human, and natural history, along with classical river running stories and adventures. For more information on the history of Cataract Canyon visit: www.griffithexp.com/cataract-canyon-history