SAN JUAN CANYONS
The San Juan River offers world-class Utah river rafting and the adventure of a lifetime for all ages through one of the world’s greatest outdoor museums. We offer daily 8-hour trips, fun and adventurous journeys lasting 3–7 days. The longer the trip the more opportunity there is for hiking to Ancestral Puebloan sites to view rock art and cliff dwellings much like you’d see in nearby Mesa Verde National Park. The San Juan river is divided into two different sections known as the Upper and Lower Canyon. The Upper Canyon trip starts in Bluff and floats 27 miles to Mexican Hat. The Lower canyon begins at Mexican Hat and floats 58 miles to Clay Hills crossing near the northern end of Lake Powell. We run river trips March–October.
Upper Canyon, 27 miles from Bluff to Mexican Hat
Three days, two nights
$899 - Adults
$699 - Youth (15/under)
*Additional $10 River Permit and $12 Navajo Land Permit. Sleep Kits Available for $30/per person (+$15 for a private tent).
Lower Canyon, 57 miles from Mexican Hat to Clay Hills
Four Days, Three Nights.
8:30am Day 1 to 4pm Day 4
$949 - Youth (15/under)
Additional $20 River Permit Fee. Sleep Kits Available for $30/per person (+$15 for a private tent).
84 miles from Bluff to Clay Hills
7 days / 6 nights
8:30am Day 1 to 4pm Day 7
$1899 - Adults
$1629 - Youth (15/under)
*Additional $30 River Permit and $12 Navajo Land Permit. Sleep Kits Available for $30/per person (+$15 for a private tent).