This trip offers the ultimate hands-on river experience where you can paddle your own recreational or sea kayak down the quiet moving waters of the Green River in Utah.
Once you’ve traveled the 45-mile stretch of Labyrinth Canyon, you’ll remember it as an ever deepening canyon of whites, grays, yellows and browns, accented with impressive red buttes, mesas and spires.
This trip is for moderately active participants, previous paddling experience is helpful but not required. Your kayaking guide will review paddling techniques and river navigation to help you get the most out of your paddling experience.
Throughout your journey, you’ll enjoy terrific meals and learn about minimum impact camping techniques. But perhaps the greatest reward of all is having an opportunity to enjoy the silence and spiritual nature of this great river stretch. Both our four and five-day trips offer ample time for hiking side canyons and discovering the quiet beauty of Labyrinth Canyon.
Please call us to check on availability for any of these dates.
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*Five Day option is available for groups of 6 or more.
Prices include sea/recreational kayak, pfd, paddles, all transportation, snacks and meals (lunch the first day to lunch the final day). Camping gear not included, but available to rent.
Youth rate applies to kids 14 years and younger.
If you have questions or would like to ask about different dates please Contact Us.
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Each year, several Labyrinth Canyon kayaking trips are scheduled to coincide with guided mountain bike tours on the Canyonlands National Parks White Rim Trail. The White Rim trip is one of the most popular rides in Utah, and Western Spirit Cycling is the premier mountain bike company in the area. The Labyrinth trip finishes up at Mineral Bottom, which is the beginning of the White Rim as it goes into the park. Please contact us if you would like more detailed information about this trip.