Green River Rafting Trips
Whitewater rafting on the Green River
The Green River is the lesser known but most important tributary of the Colorado River System; these interconnected rivers braid together to create some serious fun! The Green river is laden with rich human history in the folkloric figures who made these canyons home millennia ago to the ghosts of the outlaws, miners and dam builders in the later half of the 20th century. An even more profound story is found in the rainbow layers of rocks forming the Gates of Lodore river trip or the ancient dusty cliff escarpments of Desolation Canyon. These uninterrupted sections of river offer both a perfect entry point to the wild and fun world of whitewater in Desolation or more challenging technical whitewater rapids for more adventuresome spirits in Gates of Lodore. Whichever you may choose, the unique power of this lesser known river, this vitally important river, will leave you craving more.
The Tavaputs Plateau and Desolation Canyon are among the most remote areas of the continental United States. Even still, Desolation Canyon is actually anything but desolate. Instead, this amazing area is teeming with wildlife. A landscape marked by groves of cottonwood trees and white sand beaches. With playful intermediate whitewater, Desolation Canyon is a perfect fit for Inflatable Kayaks.
Whitewater rafting trips through Lodore Canyon are filled with iconic rapids and beautiful scenery. The ‘Gates’ dwarf you with 800 foot exquisite vermilion canyon walls. Hike to a hidden waterfall and navigate legendary whitewater such as “Disaster Falls” &“Hell’s Half Mile”. A place with such rich human and natural history will leave you with a new story around every bend.