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Oar-Powered Raft Trips

13 Day Full Canyon Oar

The 13-day oar-powered Grand Canyon raft trip is one of our longest, and offers the most time for exploring, hiking and relaxing within the Canyon. The 13-day starts at Lees Ferry and continues whitewater rafting 225 miles of the Colorado River to Diamond Creek. The 13-day is great for those who wish to connect with the Canyon at a more leisurely pace, yet still experience the vastness of the Canyon. With our optional round-trip transportation, this is a wonderful and convenient Grand Canyon vacation!

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Partial Canyon Trips:

6-Day Upper Canyon Oar with Hike-Out

The amazing 6-day oar-powered Grand Canyon rafting trip with hike-out gives you one more day to explore the natural beauty of Marble Canyon. You begin your Colorado River rafting journey from Lees Ferry and continue on to river mile 88. Early on the sixth day, after days of un-paralleled Grand Canyon splendor and adventure, you will begin your hike-out from the river to the South Rim.

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8 Day Lower Canyon Oar with Hike-In

The 8-day oar-powered trip with hike-in is for those seeking maximum adventure. This Grand Canyon rafting tour begins with a hike from the South Rim down to the Colorado River at river mile 88. From there you will travel 135 rapid-filled river miles to Diamond Creek. Along the way, you will have time to explore the many side canyons and waterfalls just a hike away from the river’s edge. Return to South Rim at the end of the trip is included.

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We’re Ready for the 2015 Season! Are You?

We are gearing up for the 2015 rafting season and hope you are too! This week, our operations team held a training session at our warehouse, and a couple of us from the office were lucky enough to observe the goings-on. This gave us an opportunity to see how our guides are running things down […]

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Make Your Body Happy; Have a Huppy! (We’ll explain…)

ARR/GCW river guide, Lyndsay Hupp, has been working on perfecting a healthy, delicious snack bar and it seems she has found the secret recipe. We’re excited for her success because we love her AND her Huppybars! The Huppybar website says it best, so I’ll use her words… The tale of the Huppybar begins somewhere between […]

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Who Else Is Going On This Trip Anyhow?

Wondering what type of people you might meet on your whitewater rafting trip, and how your group will mix with other groups on the trip? Or, if you’re traveling solo, are you worried about fitting in with everyone else? We see a very broad spectrum of folks on our river trips, from all walks of […]

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Train Smarter for your Grand Canyon Hike

I recently went on a trip that involved a lot of hiking. I am young, in decent shape and try to work out at least 4 times a week but all this hiking was tough! And got me thinking… Hiking requires increased muscular strength in certain areas like calves and quads. So often, I assume […]

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Will We See Havasu Falls On Our River Trip?

Good question, and one we often get from our guests. Many people have heard of Havasu Falls, and the other waterfalls near the Havasupai village, or seen photos of these extraordinary places. But the short answer is no, you will not visit Havasu Falls on your GCW river trip. Why? Well, that requires a somewhat […]

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The Concessioner is responsible for conducting these operations in a satisfactory manner. Prices are approved by the National Park Service.

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