Self-Guided Green River through Labyrinth Canyon to Mineral Bottom
A BUCKET LIST TRIP!
~Premier Flat-Water Paddling through Amazing Red Rock Canyons~
Relax and leave the world behind as your excursion begins on the quiet waters of the Green River through Labyrinth Canyon. Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Anasazi, the explorer John Wesley Powell, and Butch Cassidy on one of the best flat water river sections in the West. Its steep red canyon walls, smooth water, wildlife, and solitude are some of the features that you can expect while paddling in this area. After launching at Ruby Ranch, a privately owned and working ranch founded in 1884, you soon enter the canyon itself and meander peacefully down this remote, 47-mile stretch of calm, flat-water into the heart of this hidden wonderland, primed for adventure. The canyon grows deeper with every twist of the river, as cliff walls rise sharply from the river’s edge, displaying a rainbow of colors with the changing light of the day, and breathtaking fiery sunsets. Listen quietly and you will begin to hear the sounds of the desert, the soft wind in a cottonwood tree, the shriek of a peregrine falcon, or the rumble of rock as a Desert Bighorn sheep may come down to the river at dusk. Floating through Labyrinth Canyon offers a study in history and the geological transformations that make Utah’s canyons such a unique natural wonder.
Many excellent opportunities for hiking and exploration present themselves along the way, including many side canyons that line the river, and chances to explore stone arches, ancient rock art, and ruins. From expedition markings on canyon walls which date as early as 1836, to a breathtaking panoramic vista from the top of Bowknot Bend, Labyrinth Canyon reveals miles of striking natural beauty and the thrill of unparalleled surprise and wonder at every turn.
Ready for an adventure?!!
The Green River, down Labyrinth Canyon, has more than a lifetime of exploring up numerous side canyons, across untouched desert landscape, and roaming for Anasazi historical ruins that will have you returning year after year for even longer trips! It starts off as a “Bucket List” trip, but turns into a yearly expedition, actualized by our long list of repeat customers because:
Labyrinth Canyon is the best calm, flat-water float in the country!
THIS IS A SELF-GUIDED BACKCOUNTRY WILDERNESS TRIP (essentially a rental and shuttle) which means that this expedition is self-governing where you navigate and are responsible for all of the paperwork, planning, footwork, packing/unpacking, and knowledge of equipment/gear, the area, the river, safety, weather conditions, and navigating the route yourself. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) can be a great place to start with providing suggestions, maps, instructions, directions, and items to see or do during self-guided tours.
This Self-Guided Trip requires a high level of responsibility and your due diligence in extensive research, as you will be going into backcountry wilderness. This is not just a river that you can hop on without preparation! As navigator, you will have to pay attention to river mileage and your travel speeds. You are your own captain! The area is remote and services are non-existent. Your group must be self-contained and self-reliant to deal with emergency situations. Cell phone service is not available within the canyons. A satellite phone is optional, but highly recommended, although this too is not guaranteed to work within the canyons. It should be used only in an emergency situation in which you need to be extracted from the backcountry to call Search and Rescue (we cannot get to you).
This is your own adventure…If you want to/need to be led to exactly where everything is in the backcountry (petroglyphs, campsites, etc.), then that is NOT A SELF-GUIDED TRIP and exactly why we have GUIDED TOURS. Every day out on the river is different and it is UP TO YOU to assess each situation. We give you brief “suggestions”, but if you cannot make these decisions yourself, it is in your best interest to register for a GUIDED TOUR.
There are inherent risks and dangers to any river trip, even calm, flat-water, and those are magnified by taking a trip in the backcountry.
**IF YOU CANNOT HANDLE YOURSELF IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION (IN LESS THAN IDEAL CIRCUMSTANCES OUT ON THE RIVER), YOU SHOULD NOT BE DOING A SELF-GUIDED TRIP and really need start with a GUIDED GREEN RIVER TRIP.**
Labyrinth Canyon Trip Summary:
- Class: I, no rapids
- Location: Southeastern Utah
- Put-in: Ruby Ranch
- Take-out: Mineral Bottom
- Mileage: 47 miles
- Trip length: 4 to 10+ days
- Camping areas: Open, non-designated, unreserved campsites on BLM land. Numerous sites atop of the cut bank or beaches and sand bars at low water
- Permit needed: Yes – Prior to your trip, you will need to contact and get this from the Bureau of Land Management and have 2 copies the day of your launch.
On the morning of your Self-Guided Green River Labyrinth Canyon Canoe Trip, you will meet at our shop at 2480 S. Highway 191 in Moab at a pre-arranged time usually 8:30am. (8:00am is only if you have a large group. You are told at the time of booking.). PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE! If you are late by 15 minutes or more, we may not be able to put you out on the trip that day. It is your responsibility to be prepared and ready to go when you arrive at our shop the day of your launch. You need to arrive with your gear already packed! At this time, we will finalize any outstanding billing and have you complete some paperwork (Acknowledgement of Risk Form, Rental Agreement, etc.). You will unload your gear from your vehicle and load it into our shuttle. The shuttle will leave by 9:30 am (about 1 hour and 45 minutes to the river from our shop). Your Shuttle Driver will not make any “pit stops” between our shop and the river. In addition, there will be a 15-minute briefing to go over the river map and possible camps and hikes, if you purchase a map from us. You MUST BE ABLE TO FOLLOW A MAP according to the twists and turns of the canyon, as there are no river markers/mileage designations along the way. Labyrinth, by definition: a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way; a maze, an intricate and confusing arrangement.
Jumping ahead to the take-out at Mineral Bottom: Your shuttle vehicle arrives to pick you up at approximately 1:30-2 pm, so you should be at Mineral by 1:00 pm to unload your gear and be ready for us when we arrive. (This pick-up time may be different if we have made an exception for you at the time of booking in our shuttle schedule. Please check with us. Also, if you are not at the take-out at your pre-arranged pick-up time, you will be charged the additional shuttle fee and rental gear fee.) We go up the Horsethief Trail, a very steep and precarious switchback dirt road (this is no joke!). It is 1 ½ miles on a one lane road, rising 900 feet in elevation, where we can take one last look at the river. The Mineral Bottom boat ramp is about 1 hour and 45 minutes from the river back to our shop in perfect circumstances.
NOTE: If there is inclement weather such as rain, snow, ice, etc., Mineral Bottom road becomes impassable for shuttle vehicles (which means hiking down and back up the switchbacks with only as much gear/belongings that can be carried). Return time to our shop is approximately 3:30-4 pm in ideal situations. Your put-in location may also become inaccessible due to weather on the day of your launch. Weather is only one of the many reasons that WE STRONGLY ADVISE AGAINST TRAVELING TO AND FROM MOAB ON YOUR PUT-IN AND TAKE-OUT DATES.
All times are approximate, in the best of conditions. We will do everything in our power to reach your group on the scheduled take-out time and day, however, in the remote backcountry, forces beyond our control can happen both with weather and road conditions. Trust in our knowledge, expertise, and passion: Few companies in town specialize in this section of the Green day in and day out as Moab Rafting and Canoe Company does and no other company does as many Self-Guided Trips through Labyrinth, as well as Guided Trips, on this section. We drive rough, rugged, unpaved roads (often in extreme temperatures) that can flatten tires, damage vehicles, and foil put-in and take-out plans. This is why most outfitters do not drive these roads for this trip every single day as MRCC does! In season, we are at Ruby Ranch and/or Mineral Bottom almost daily.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO BRING:
- Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Permit for Labyrinth Canyon to be obtained by YOU in advance for free at the BLM’s website or here: Labyrinth Canyon Permit (Don’t forget to bring a second copy for us, your outfitter and please read the permit!)
- Launch Fees (not included in MRCC’s total. YOU MUST HAVE EXACT CASH the morning of your launch.): Ruby Ranch: $5 per person and $10 per vessel
- River map, River toilet system (mandatory/required by the BLM. YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN TOILET PAPER), ROPE: 50+ ft. to tie up the canoe(s), group camping equipment/kitchen commissary, staples, coolers, stove, tent, sleeping bag, sunblock, insect repellent, sun hat, and meals from lunch on the first day to lunch on the last day (Please visit our Packing List for a more extensive list.)
- Fresh drinking and cooking water must be carried in, not filtered, as it is extremely silty! – The BLM recommends 1 gallon per person per day, along with ½ to 1 gallon per meal for cooking (Consider menu, group size, and days out on the river). You may fill water jugs at our location. A filter should be packed as an emergency back-up source.
Read more: How to carry a canoe on a truck
Trip Planners & Considerations:
- Green River Labyrinth Canyon Canoe Trips (3-10+ days) Three days is the minimum number of days for this trip launching from Ruby Ranch (no time for hikes and time is mostly spent making miles on the water), however, that is during HIGH WATER. Ideally, this is a minimum 4-day trip and the more time you have to explore the canyon, the better! It is wise to have an extra day as a buffer in case you run into weather, such as wind, which is very possible! This section of the Green River is suitable for paddlers of all abilities who are self-sufficient and well prepared for the backcountry wilderness. With a Self-Guided Trip, it is up to you to know your own abilities. We cannot and will not speak to your abilities to do a Self-Guided Trip.
- Ideally, this particular calm, flat-water section of the Green River, Labyrinth Canyon (in our opinion, as a rafting and canoe company), is best canoed! A canoe is streamlined and cuts through the water and allows you to bring the necessities and enough creature comforts and gear (water jugs, river toilet, tents, coolers, camp chairs, etc.) with you to backcountry explore, without being cramped. In high water, you are able to paddle up deep into narrow canyons (that may be only the width of a canoe), and in low water, the canoe does not have as much drag as other vessels.
- In a “normal, non-COVID year,” our River Season is from March 1st to October 31st. Regarding Mother Nature and the river, as much as you want (and ask), we cannot give you absolutes, especially in terms of the extreme desert conditions and variances that occur in our environment daily. This is why we speak in generalities and tell you to be well prepared for your trip! The desert is a lesson in extremes and unpredictability and can be very unforgiving (Please do blame us for weather or bugs!)! This is not Disneyland! YOU NEED TO BE PREPARED for rainstorms, wind, blazing sun, intense heat and cold, etc. If you have an issue with the sun, this is not the trip for you!
- Seasonal differences necessitate flexibility. Again, weather is unpredictable and can change in an instant in the high desert! You will have different concerns depending on the time of year you will be traveling. If you are waiting for the “perfect” weather, you may never take this trip! Temperatures range from 100+ degrees in the summer to sub-zero some winters. Day and night temperature differences can also be extreme. Thunderstorms can build quickly, bringing with them lightening and flash floods. The one predictable element you can rely on is the up-canyon winds. These can happen at any time of the day, as the weather is extremely unpredictable here. High, gale-like winds usually accompany storm fronts. Water levels fluctuate seasonally. Be aware that during high water, you will have powerful water, currents, and strong eddies, and your travel time can be much faster. When the river is low, you will be moving more slowly and need to paddle more…sandy beaches make for good rest stops. Boaters can paddle, enjoy a picnic lunch on a sandy beach, and go for a swim in the river during the warm months. Drink plenty of water along the way, bring electrolytes, and put on that sunscreen and lip balm.
- Put-in: Ruby Ranch 47 river miles to Mineral Bottom
- There are no designated campsites along the river, so you choose and may camp where you want. You will be camping in backcountry wilderness…you will get dirty, wet, sandy, and muddy! Your group is responsible for knowing and adhering to all Utah boating and backcountry laws and river regulations, as well as being aware of any current fire ban in effect, as this can impact your meals! Have a back-up plan in place because it can be instituted at the last minute..
- April to June (for the most part): In the afternoon, up-canyon winds are an almost daily occurrence (however, winds can occur at any time!). An early camp will help minimize the time spent paddling in the wind. Most people choose to get an early start and try to make camp by mid-afternoon.
- May and June (for the most part): During “high water,” your travel time can be faster, so you should know how to paddle in river currents and strong eddies.
- March, April, July to October: During “low water,” you will need a minimum of 4 days to complete the trip. When the river is low, the sand islands come out.
- Your group is responsible for knowing and adhering to all Utah boating and backcountry laws and river regulations.
- You are required to check that you have all necessary equipment such as PFDs, throwing device, bail bucket, whistle, fire pan, river toilet, and paddles with a spare, before we can take you to the put-in.
*The Green River is not a river that you can hop on without preparation. It is not Disneyland. If you are not willing to do the extensive research involved and IF YOU CANNOT HANDLE YOURSELF IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION IN LESS THAN IDEAL CIRCUMSTANCES in our unique, extreme terrain and weather out on the river, YOU SHOULD NOT BE DOING A SELF-GUIDED TRIP and really need start with a GUIDED GREEN RIVER TRIP. As one of the few outfitters who put people out on this river everyday in season, we are finding more and more people going out unprepared, not heeding our advice and direction, cannot make decisions on their own, and needing the intervention of emergency services. So, in support of our extremely hardworking and busy Search and Rescue team in Moab, we are putting out this PSA. The most common issue we see every year: Kayakers/SUP-ers or others trying to filter the extremely silty river water instead of taking a vessel large enough or having a support vessel, such as a canoe, to carry the required minimum amount of fresh water to avoid dehydration in our extreme desert conditions.
Also, we are finding many people creating websites and blogs (who have done A trip or even several trips) with a lot of incorrect information/”advice” on Labyrinth Canyon. We are at the river daily, in season. The same rivers we are out on day-to-day, are not the same from day-to-day. It may have been accurate for their particular trip, under their particular circumstances. Please listen to the professionals who are out there daily…and there are only a couple of us outfitters that are! We would be remiss if we didn’t present the not-so-great with the all extraordinary when it comes to the Green.*
Leave no trace of your stay. You must pack out everything you pack in! Visit: lnt.org
“Take only memories, leave only footprints.”
*By state law, all who go out on the river must be a minimum of 40 pounds in weight. Additionally, children 12 years and younger must always wear a PFD on all Utah State waters.
Self-Guided Prep-Work “Time to Get Out Your Calculator”
Canoe Rental: What canoe do you want/need?
The Wenonah is a must have for the serious canoeist and one of the many reasons people seek out Moab Rafting and Canoe Company. We offer the best brand canoes and are the only company in town that rents these award-winning, high performance Wenonah Canoes! These are larger, yet lighter weight, more stable canoes, each individually handcrafted in the United States. Our Wenonah’s canoes are either made of Tuf-weave® (a composite material of interwoven fabric made of 50% polyester and 50% fiberglass that outperforms either material on its own) or Royalex® (a composite material, comprising an outer layer of vinyl and hard acrylonitrile butadiene styrene plastic (ABS) and an inner layer of ABS foam. The layers are bonded by heat treatment).
Our tandem canoes are 2-person riders ONLY. YOU MAY NOT SHUTTLE OUR CANOES.
Wenonah Cascade: 17 ½ feet $50 a day
Wenonah Champlain: 18 ½ feet $55 a day
Wenonah Spirit II: 17 feet $55 a day
Wenonah SOLO Wilderness: 15 ½ feet $45 a day
Osagian Classic Aluminum: 15 feet $45 a day
17 ½ feet $50 a day. A great general use, canoe camping, and family boat.
Overall Length: 17′ 6″ (533.4 cm) Gunwale Width: 36″ (91.44 cm) Maximum Width: 37″ (93.98 cm) Waterline Width: 34.5″ (87.63 cm) Stern Depth: 22″ (55.88 cm) Center Depth: 13.5″ (34.29 cm) Bow Depth: 22″ (55.88 cm) Rocker: 2″ (5.08 cm)
Wenonah Champlain (Our largest canoe and usually our 1st to be rented out/reserved.)
18 ½ feet $55 a day. A versatile design with enhanced efficiency and seaworthiness. A larger, more stable version of our versatile Spirit II and our largest canoe available to rent, the Champlain has the efficiency and capacity to haul heavy loads long distances. Its length and profile give good speed and glide, which it retains very well with a load.
Overall Length: 18′ 6″ (548.64 cm) Gunwale Width: 36.5″ (92.71 cm) Maximum Width: 37″ (93.98 cm) Waterline Width: 36.75″ (93.345 cm) Stern Depth: 20″ (50.8 cm) Center Depth: 14″ (35.56 cm) Bow Depth: 22″ (55.88 cm) Rocker: 1.5″ (3.81 cm)
Wenonah Spirit II
17 feet $55 a day. Like a Swiss Army Knife, the Spirit II does everything. As efficient as a long-hulled canoe and as maneuverable as a short one, the Spirit II strikes a balance between all good things. Roomy enough for Boundary Waters style trips, it’s even more stable when loaded.
Overall Length: 17′ 0″ (518.16 cm) Gunwale Width: 35″ (88.9 cm) Maximum Width: 36″ (91.44 cm) Waterline Width: 35.5″ (90.17 cm) Stern Depth: 19″ (48.26 cm) Center Depth: 14″ (35.56 cm) Bow Depth: 22″ (55.88 cm) Rocker: 1.5″ (3.81 cm)
Wenonah SOLO Wilderness
Read more: If you’re driving down the road in a canoe
15 ½ feet $45 a day. This is for a single boater with the seat in the middle. Its well-rounded stability and moderate rocker make it a great down-river boat, while inspiring confidence whether on a loaded tour or evening paddle.
Overall Length: 15′ 4″ (467.36 cm) Gunwale Width: 27″ (68.58 cm) Maximum Width: 30.5″ (77.47 cm) Waterline Width: 29.75″ (75.565 cm) Stern Depth: 17″ (43.18 cm) Center Depth: 14″ (35.56 cm) Bow Depth: 19″ (48.26 cm) Rocker: 1.25″ (3.175 cm)
Osagian Classic Aluminum Canoe
15 feet $45 a day. The Canoe that made Osagian famous! It is the best all-around choice for entry and intermediate-level canoeists in a wide variety of applications. GREAT for school groups, Scout Troops, big groups, and the young, etc.
Overall Length: 15′ (466.36 cm) Gunwale Width: 36″ (67.58 cm) Maximum Width: 30.5″ (77.47 cm) Waterline Width: 29.75″ (75.565 cm) Stern Depth: 13″ (41.18 cm) Center Depth: 14″ (35.56 cm) Bow Depth: 19″ (48.26 cm) Rocker: 1.25″ (3.175 cm)
WE DO NOT RENT RAFTS, KAYAKS, INFLATABLE KAYAKS, OR STAND UP PADDLEBOARDS.
1.) Round Trip Shuttle Cost for this Trip
1 – 2 people $265 3+ $115 per person $20 per dog
# of people _____ x $115 = $____________
# of dogs _____ x $20 = dog shuttle fee $________
TOTAL SHUTTLE COST = $_____________
Shuttle prices are fixed per your specific group size reservation.
SHUTTLES ARE NOT PRIVATE! If you would like a private shuttle, you must pay for each seat in the 15 Passenger Van(s)
We are a small company that books up throughout the season because of our service, expertise, and dedication in offering our specialized trips. ALL PRICES ARE FIXED, SO PLEASE, NO DISCOUNTS OR HAGGLING.
MRCC is one of the few companies that allows your “best friend” to join you on your canoeing river trip! We can move dogs on the shuttles, at $20 per dog. (Not all dogs like being in a canoe, so think this one through. Remember, this is a river, not a lake.)
2.) Canoe Rental Cost Per Trip
- Osagian Classic Aluminum Canoe 15 ft. $45 a day How many ______x $45 = ________
- Wenonah Cascades 17 ½ ft. $50 a day How many ______x $50 = ________
- Wenonah Champlain 18 ½ ft. $55 a day How many ______x $55 = ________
- Wenonah Spirit II 17 ft. $55 a day How many ______x $55 = ________
- Wenonah Solo Wilderness 15 ½ ft. $45 a day How many ______x $45 = ________
Total Number of Canoes____ Daily Canoe Cost = $________
Daily Canoe Cost= $ x # of Days = TOTAL CANOE COST = $
Equipment we INCLUDE, at no additional charge, with TANDEM (2 person) canoe rentals: PFDs (Personal Floatation Devices, a.k.a. Life Vests) (2), Paddles (3), Emergency Throwing Device (Type IV Throw Cushion), Bail Bucket, Whistle, and a Fire Pan
Equipment we INCLUDE, at no additional charge, with SOLO (1 person) canoe rentals: PFD (Personal Floatation Devices, a.k.a. Life Vests) (1), Paddles (2), Emergency Throwing Device (Type IV Throw Cushion), Bail Bucket, Whistle, and a Fire Pan
2.5) Personal Boat Transportation Rates
In addition to the shuttle charges for individuals and their gear, fees are charged for the handling and transport of each boat that is not rented from Moab Rafting and Canoe Company.
Personal Boat Type Price Canoe ($45), Sea Kayak ($45), deflated Inflatable Kayak or SUP ($30) How many ____ x $____= $_____
Read more: 6 hour canoe plans free
If you are not renting our vessels, it is your responsibility to make sure you have all necessary permits and required safety gear to legally be on Utah state riverways for your boats and with a BLM approved river toilet system.
MRCC Rental Equipment (See prices below. Pricing is per trip, not daily rates.): Due to the popularity of rentals, if you do not reserve Rental Gear ahead of time, we do not guarantee that it will be available the day of your launch.
When renting equipment, consumables are not included for Self-Guided Trips. Meaning, you need to purchase your own ice, propane gas, food, toilet paper, etc.
We reserve the right at any time to change prices, products, policies, and services without prior notice.
The rental fee for our River Toilet System includes us disposing of the contents for you, no extra Dump Fee!
Due to customer inquiries, we are now offering for rent our Canoe Catamaran connecting system for Multi-Day Trips. This added configuration creates a craft that is more than twice as stable as a single canoe because it is actually two individual canoes braced together to form one catamaran for extra stability and support, great when paddling open stretches of water, especially in windy conditions.
IF arrangements are made ahead of time to pick-up rental gear (such as coolers, dry bags, etc.) the day before your trip, it will be available AFTER 5:30 pm. Due to the popularity of our rentals, this may not always be a possibility. You must email us your request.
We also have a bench seat for an additional “Child” Rider in a tandem canoe for $25 per trip.
*Full Kitchen set includes: plates, bowls, cups, knives, forks, spoons, cutting knives, can opener, salad bowl, fry pan, pot & strainer, pot holder, cutting board, dish soap, sponge, bleach, and washing bins inside a 24 gallon Action Packer storage box for transporting for a group up to 6 people ($20 per couple after 6)
Dry bags: Generally, the sizes are as follows: small is 10 liters, medium is 45 liters, large is 65 liters, and the x-large is 110 liters
Tents: Technically, they are 3-person tents, 7′ x 7′, but we list them as 2-person tents… you have room to be comfortable.
Feel free to call or email us for date availability. We will be more than happy to email a trip packet with more information and a worksheet for you to fill out and submit. We will ask for credit card to process the reservation and rental gear. RESERVATIONS ARE NOT BOOKED UNLESS WE HAVE A VISA OR MASTERCARD ON FILE.
A $100 non-refundable per person deposit is required to secure your trip date for Self-Guided Multi-Day Trips. Due to the extensive planning of Multi-Day Trips for customers, it is not likely that we will be able to rebook your reserved dates if you cancel. Also, we more than likely have had to turn others away for your booked dates. The full amount of your trip (including rental equipment) is due and will be charged to your Visa or Mastercard given 30 days from the date of your trip. CANCELLATIONS WITHIN 30 DAYS OF YOUR RESERVATION WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND. Regarding the possibility of having to cancel, we strongly suggest you purchase Trip Cancellation Insurance to protect your vacation investment, as there are NO EXCEPTIONS OUTSIDE THE CANCELLATION POLICY. It is our policy to reserve the right to cancel any trip at the last minute for any reason. Should this occur, no money will be exchanged. If conditions allow, we will postpone for a few hours or to the next day.
**ALL MULTI-DAY TRIPS GO OUT wind, rain, snow, sleet, shine or extreme heat! This is not Disneyland! We are in the high desert and our weather is extreme! There are inherent risks and dangers to any river trip, even calm, flat-water, and those are magnified by taking a trip in the backcountry. YOU NEED TO BE PREPARED for rainstorms, wind, blazing sun, intense heat and cold, etc. If this is looking like too much responsibility and YOU CANNOT HANDLE YOURSELF IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION IN LESS THAN IDEAL CIRCUMSTANCES, YOU SHOULD NOT BE DOING A SELF-GUIDED TRIP and really need start with a GUIDED Green River Canoe Trip.**
Again, over the years of booking trips, we have to say we know the river. But, every trip is different. The time of season, water levels, weather the day you have booked for, and much more make the river fun all of the time!
**MRCC’S Policy: BE NICE OR LEAVE…River trips are supposed to be fun, right?! We go out of our way to be exceedingly nice and, therefore, reserve the right to refuse service and trips (now AND in the future) to those who do not follow our policies and who are rude, disrespectful or abusive to our staff, company, and/or equipment.
Our customers are welcome to park their vehicle in our lot for the duration of their trip.
NO CAMPING OR SLEEPING IN VEHICLES ON THE PROPERTY!
Moab Rafting and Canoe Company is the only company in town that is a dog-friendly, river trip company!
Moab Rafting and Canoe Company is licensed in the State of Utah as a River Outfitter and Livery Company.