The unfortunate fact is, much of the Earth is losing its dark night skies to light pollution, and, these days, most Americans will live their whole lives never seeing the Milky Way. Despite this, we are happy to say the rivers we run, and the trails we bike, are all desolate and have some of the darkest night skies on the planet.
Lodore Canyon thrust Major Powell into his first real whitewater on his 1869 expedition. This 44-mile stretch of the Green River, called the Queen of Rivers,� cuts through the High Uinta Range traversing lands of alpine forests and desert slickrock. These are Utah's highest mountains (King's Peak: 13,400') and the only range of the Rockies to run east/west.
Age range, type of group
Families, couples, singles
Sleeping and meals
Camping along the river beach. All meals are prepared by your guides starting with lunch the first day and ending with lunch the last day.
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Rates & Availability
4-Day Lodore Canyon - $935 per person, $815 group (10 or more) /senior (65+) /youth (18 and under)
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