Views, views, and more views. The western skyline in the heart of Canyonlands National Park is filled with them. It's important to get up to the canyon rim to fully realize how in the middle of nowhere you are.
No cell towers here!
5 Genuine Benefits to Getting Off the Grid and Onto the Riverby Julie Trevelyan
You can almost feel the warmth of the cup and smell the aroma of hot
coffee.The vast skylines in the heart of Canyonlands National Park will
melt the everyday worries away leaving you relaxed and refreshed.
Sun up to sun down.
The Big Drops on the Colorado River through Cataract Canyon are
world class rapids.You get to experience them in an Oar raft. Close to
the water, fully immersed in the experience. We take the slow road.
Getting off the river and onto a trail is high on the priority list for any
rafting trip. Exploring caves, ruins, rock art and the views. Gets the blood
flowing and the imagination going of what it must have been like here
in a different time.
while running around at work, on errands, or after the kids into a perceived state of normalcy. Getting away from all those demands on your time can impart a sense of almost reckless freedom, then an easy, grateful acceptance of the simple joys of being alive and truly appreciating your days. From the gentle sound of the river's burble waking you in the morning, to the immense solitude and hush of mostly untouched river canyons, to the flicker of campfire flames under a sky so filled with stars that most urban and suburban dwellers never even notice they are up there, a tranquil getaway can almost magically help heal the acknowledged physical, mental, and emotional burdens of stress.
You can see stars forever in the night sky deep in the wilderness of a river
canyon. We'll gather around the campfire to regal the stories of the day.
Bring your guitar.
A river camp is surprisingly full equipped. Chairs, tables, a library can,
portable toilet and one heck of a view. Enjoy a swim or kick back and
read a book while appetizers and dinner are being prepared.
Relaxed, rejuvenated, belly laughs and good times. In the raft during the
day or in camp at night you can't help but to transform to a lighter
For a rush of excitement, captain your own boat and challenge yourself
in a single inflatable kayak. Just keep the nose pointing downriver and
you will break right through the waves.
If You Go:
For the active type you'll want to choose a paddle raft. Plenty of exercise,
splashes and thrills. You'll rest easy at the end of the day, sleep well,
get up and do it all over again.
Hashbrowns for breakfast.
At the end of an adventure filled day it's time
for a toast. Bonds are forged with your fellow
river travelers. A common interest brought to
all together and a shared experience keeps
you that way.