Labyrinth Canyon offers a graceful float through a bounty of southwestern vistas and red sandstone cliffs. Spectacular buttes and mesas rise over 1,500 feet above the river floor. This trip is perfect for paddling your own sleek kayak or sharing a two-person kayak with a friend. Because few people travel here, Labyrinth Canyon is the perfect trip for those who want a quiet getaway.The river progresses slowly through white, yellow, brown and red canyon walls with hairpin switchbacks accented by towering buttes and mesas rising 1,500 feet above the river.
Labyrinth Canyon walls are cut with long side canyons, where guests of all skill levels can explore and ponder ancient Indian writings and trapper's inscriptions.No prior experience is necessary, as sea kayaks are easy to paddle, comfortable to travel in and very stable. Your guides will be instructing and encouraging you from their own kayak and you'll be maneuvering your sleek craft like a pro in no time.Imagine drifting with only the sound of birds and gurgling water as your paddle pulls you effortlessly forward. You see a turkey vulture overhead, pull your binoculars and stare in breathless fixation. Later, the group stops for lunch and to explore a fascinating canyon. That evening, in a charming campsite, you enjoy exceptional food and relaxing yet stimulating conversation and you think to yourself:
"Will five days be enough time here?"