Utah River and Wilderness Expeditions since 1964... come Tag-A-Long with us!
The Green River lies in a wide river canyon. Its banks are lined with giant old cottonwood trees intermingled with juniper and pinion. The green of the trees stands in stark contrast to the rock cliffs, making this one of the most beautiful – and little appreciated – canyons in Utah. You’ll encounter rapids four of the five days – over 50 in all! This is more rapids than on any other Tag-A-Long rafting vacations! These are good natured rapids, easy to learn on and play in. The whitewater is rolling and playful in disposition yet give eager students the opportunity to learn to read and negotiate the river. You can choose your own vessel, too: inflatable kayak, family paddle raft, or the “mother” raft.
The Green River is known for its remote back country solitude through Stillwater Canyon. Cataract Canyon below the confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers is known for its high adrenaline adventure. Combine the two and you are following in the paddle strokes of Major John Wesley Powell through Canyonlands National Park.
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Canyonlands National Park is known for its remote back country solitude. Paddling a canoe or touring kayak on the calm waters that cut through the interior of the Park is one of the best ways to experience the privacy of this flat water wilderness at your own pace. We can help you organize and outfit your canoe camping trip down the Green River or Colorado River through Canyonlands, including shuttles by vehicle and jet boat.
Tag-A-Long Expeditions has been operating Jetboat ever since Canyonlands was made a National Park in 1964.
Paddling a canoe or touring kayak on the calm waters of the Green River is one of the best ways to experience the privacy of this flat water wilderness at your own pace. We can help you organize and outfit your canoe camping trip, including the vehicle shuttles. This is Labyrinth Canyon.