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Grand Canyon Whitewater Bio: Dean Knuth

I am so excited to introduce myself!  My name is Dean Knuth and I am the newest member of Grand Canyon Whitewater.  My wife, son and I are new transplants to the Flagstaff area as we just moved from Tucson, Arizona.  We are still getting used to the snow and the cold but actually loving […]

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Farewell GCW – Evan Zachmann

Almost exactly a year ago, I packed all of my material possessions into my Chevy hatchback and started driving West. Two days later, I pulled into Flagstaff with no real plan, not knowing what the next year had in store for me. Right off the bat, I fell in love with the landscape of Northern […]

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Westward ho boy!

One of GCW’s guests memoirs of a river trip was published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, it’s a great read! Westward ho boy! A couple of Eastern city slickers get their raft and tent on at the Grand Canyon, rapidly crafting camaraderie. By Phil Goldsmith, For The Inquirer POSTED: July 07, 2014 When our friends Iris […]

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Flagstaff Nordic Center

The Flagstaff Nordic Center, located just north of Flagstaff on Hwy 180, is a fun place to get into all kinds of activities. In the summer, there are lots of camping options. You can rent a small or large yurt to hike out to, and bring the dogs and kids for a fun adventure.  Or […]

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Happy 2015!

We returned from our holiday break this week and, yowzers! Things are hopping around here. About 85 percent of the seats on our 2015 trips are now filled. If you are still in the early planning stages of your Grand Canyon adventure, get in touch with us so we can let you know what we […]

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Beyond Wonderful

Part of our daily commitment is to protect and conserve the resources; was that concern evident and did you feel we educated others to do the same?: Absolutely!  The guides did a great job of impressing upon us the importance of conservation on both large and small scale.  They were inspiring, not judgmental. Were the […]

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‘A complete experience you will never forget!’

Why did you pick our company?:  Our group of six checked various websites, and talked to friends who had done similar trips.  None of our friends had traveled with GCW, but the companies they used were either no longer in business or provided little information on their website.  The GCW website provided us with a […]

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Lone Wolf visits the Grand Canyon

When I was 16, I planned what would become an annual canoe trip to the Boundary Waters in Northern Minnesota. My brother, four of my best friends and I packed into a Chevy Suburban and headed 6 hours north to the Canadian border. In the last 20 miles of our drive, we spotted them: two […]

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Bar 10 Ranch: More than Flush Toilets!

The Bar 10 Ranch & Guest Lodge is mostly known to Grand Canyon Whitewater rafters as the place with the first flush toilet and warm shower after a week roughing it on the Colorado River. But it is so much more than that… The Bar 10 Ranch is chock-full of history. Tony Heaton and his […]

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