This fall rediscover the beauty of the backcountry with a 4-day raft trip on the Green River through the famous Gates of Lodore. Enjoy the canyon scenery while you make meaningful connections with your peers in the industry. All proceeds benefit the America Outdoors legislative efforts.
Trip Description: Set aside as an American treasure in 1915 under the National Park Service, Dinosaur National Monument is an open-air archive of ancient Native American sites and far-out fossils unearthed by wind, water and time. Within the monument, our Green River Rafting trip winds its way through three distinct canyons: Lodore, Whirlpool and Split Mountain all of which contail geological curiosities and rich human history. Lodore was the first major canyon encoutered by John Wesley Powell and his men on their 1869 expedition. At its start, the river twists through a catacomb of scarlet slot canyons, yawning valleys and lush ledges of emerald evergreen and brush. Exploration is the mission of the day as the Green promises numerous side hikes, relaxing nights on the beach and moderate whitewater perfect for young families and laid-back vacationers.
A special thank you to O.A.R.S. for donating this trip. The AO Fundraiser Raft Trips are in memory of George Wendt.
Early Bird Price: $1,000 (before April 1, 2021)