Grand Canyon Colorado River Rafting Trips – Availability!

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2023 Grand Canyon Colorado River trips below!

May 22-27   6-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip    $2,685   2 seats

June 2-10   9-day Lower Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $3,660   2 seats

June 5-10    6-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,685   13 seats

June 11-16   6-day Upper Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $2,565   2 oar seats

June 20-25   6-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,685   4 seats

June 26-30   5-day Upper Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $2,195   3 seats   1 paddle seat

July 3-7   5-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,295   15 seats

July 7-15    9-day Lower Canyon All Paddle Trip   $3,840   7 seats

July 10-14   5-day Upper Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $2,195   5 seats   1 paddle seat

July 14-22   9-day Lower Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $3,660   1 oar seat  / 1 paddle seat

July 17-22   6-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,685   14 seats

July 22-29   8-day Lower Canyon All Paddle Trip   $3,450   10 seats

July 31-August 4   5-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,295   7 seats

August 7-12   6-day Upper Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $2,565   19 oar seats   4 paddle seats

August 12-19    8-day Lower Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $3,290   19 oar seats   4 paddle seats

August 14-18   5-day Upper Canyon All Paddle Trip   $2,295   2 seats

September 4-9   6-day Upper Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $2,565   2 oar seats

September 9-17   9-day Lower Canyon Oar/Paddle Trip   $3,660   4 oar seats   1 paddle seat

 

Trip Facts

Trip Size:  21 guests maximum (All-paddle trips: 24)

Minimum Age:  10 years old (oar); 14 years old (paddle)

Number per Boat:  5 Guests per oar raft, 6 guests per paddle raft

Trip Lengths:  Full Grand Canyon (280 miles), Upper Canyon (88 miles), and the Lower Canyon(192 miles).

The Rapids:  70 named rapids and numerous unnamed riffles.

 

“If there is a point to being in the canyon, it is not to rush but to linger, suspended in a blue-and-amber haze of in-between-ness, for as long as one possibly can. To float, to drift, savoring the pulse of the river on its odyssey through the canyon, and above all, to postpone the unwelcome and distinctly unpleasant moment when one is forced to reemerge and reenter the world beyond the rim-that is the paramount goal.”
― Kevin Fedarko