Utah River and Wilderness Expeditions since 1964... come Tag-A-Long with us!
A delightful jet boat ride on a calm-water stretch of the Colorado River gives you a few hours in the wilderness without all the hassle and risks of true backcountry expedition. You’ll ride in comfortable seats in our sturdy river tours boat. These boats speed along about 20 miles an hour and stop frequently for photographs, sightseeing, and narration by your river tour guide. The guide drifts the boat quietly as you hear about all the fascinating geology, wildlife, and historic sites you’re seeing. Bring binoculars to spot bighorn sheep playing on the cliffs. What you’ll see is only accessible by boat ride! Less adventurous travelers will miss it all while you take this short Moab tour.
This trip is for anyone who wants a clam-water cruise on the Colorado River but has limited time. We travel downriver from Moab to sites only accessible on the river, there are no roads. Few people get these river views. It is a scenic, relaxing 3-hours that gives memories for a lifetime.
Your cruise begins at the Tag-A-Long office, 15 minutes before your departure, where you board vehicles for the short drive to the launch site. The driving route is a Utah Scenic Byway along the Colorado River where we stop to see one of the area’s largest concentrations of prehistoric American Indian writings.
At the boat ramp, we begin our excursion on the Colorado River. Towering red sandstone cliffs hug the river. Watchful eyes spot eagles, mule deer, bighorn sheep, or the occasional lone coyote. Near Dead Horse Point, canyon walls rise 1,500 feet into blue desert skies. This is a relaxing journey and gives you an opportunity to drift with the rhythm of the river, enjoy the magnificent scenery, and the silence of the wilderness. You’ll return happy and refreshed to the Tag-A-Long office at the end of your cruise.
Be Prepared: While this is a dry-come-as-you are river tour opportunity, the boat ride is open air (see our pictures), jackets/layers may be appropriate.
Travelers wanting supreme Canyonlands scenery, folks with limited time, families, any age.
Be Prepared: While this is a dry-come-as-you are river tour opportunity, the boat ride is open air (see our pictures), jackets/layers may be appropriate. Don’t forget your camera!
Departures vary beginning in March.
Concluding in October.
AJ01 = 1:00pm – 4:00pm
AJ03 = 3:00pm – 6:00pm
AJ05 = 5:00pm – 8:00pm (July/Aug ONLY)