Canyon County Multi-Day
Enjoy a guided 3 day overnight kayaking/raft trip through the impressive sandstone walls of Dominguez Canyon. Soak up the surroundings from your raft and/or command your own kayak, while support rafts carry all the amenities for a night on the river. Single person and tandem kayaks are available for this adventure, ideal for novice kayakers.
Named for the Spanish Jesuits that first explored the area in 1777, Dominguez and Escalante Canyons are rich in history, wildlife, and scenery. The class II Gunnison River gently carves its way through Dominguez canyon creating a wilderness feeling. Cottonwood stands along the river provide nesting habitat for herons and songbirds, while deer, desert bighorn sheep, and large game can be seen along the banks.
Native American rock-art, and spectacular desert flora and fauna can be found on numerous side-hikes making for a rich experience on the edge of canyon country.
PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE PUBLIC LAND USE FEES
Overnight Yoga Trip Multi-Day
Join us for the ideal way to see the Black Canyon of the Gunnison Gorge - from the inside! A true wilderness experience, this 14 mile river section combines wildlife and scenery with class II-III+ whitewater through one of the most spectacular canyons in Colorado.
The RIGS Yoga River Trip is an opportunity to break free from routine. This trip will offer time and space to explore meditation and yoga as well as nature.
Join Hansa Pernefeldt, instructor and dedicated yogi, with fellow yogis on an amazing adventure into one of Southwest Colorado's great sections of wilderness, while practicing yogic awareness in nature and expanding your mind, body and spirit connection.
This trip is intended for adults. No previous experience necessary but an understanding of yoga is helpful.
PUBLIC LAND USE FEES APPLY
Black Canyon Overnight
The ideal way to see the Gunnison Gorge and Black Canyon - from the inside! A true wilderness experience, this 14 mile river section combines incredible wildlife and scenery with class II-III+ whitewater through one of the most spectacular canyons in Colorado.
A true wilderness experience, this 14 mile river section combines incredible wildlife and scenery with class II-IV whitewater through one of the most spectacular river canyons in Colorado.
Participants need to hike to the put-in from the canyon rim, 600 feet above the Gunnison River, (1 mile, downhill hike). From there, enjoy the pool-drop rapids below the Black Canyon National Park as we float the river through the Gunnison Gorge Wilderness.
PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE TAXES & FEES
Deluxe Float n' Fish
A step up from our standard 2 day trip, the 2 day DELUXE provides a more intimate experience with the Gunnison River fishery. Smaller group size, additional amenities and services, and lighter rafts allow you to spend more time exploring the pools and runs of the Gunnison River Gorge and its Gold Medal Waters.
You won't be rushed to set up camp after chasing big fish all day. Our guides will set-up camp and prepare meals for you! Sit back, tell stories, and rest-up for another day in this spectacular setting.
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE PUBLIC LAND USE FEES
Back-Country Anglers Dream
*Ideal for Tenkara fly fishing
A combination trip of two of our most popular resources equals "the best of the best" in high alpine fishing access and remote camping opportunities. Spend three full days fishing a diversity of waters in the heart of the Uncompahgre Wilderness. This trip includes a loop tour of both the Cimarron River and its tributaries as well the choice sections of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. We provide all the camping gear, food and entertainment for this trip back in time, when fly fishing was a true back county experience! Prices per person.
The lower section of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River offers low pressure and a spectacular setting. Early Season Stonefly nymph fishing is exceptional, with a myriad of potential for additional late afternoon hatches. This section, from Red Bridge down river, turns into a classic granite canyon similar to the lower Gunnison River. Aggressive Brown and Rainbow Trout dominate over 5 miles of easily accessible water and opportunities for solitude are great.
With their headwaters protected in the Big Blue Wilderness, the three different forks of the Cimarron River offer endless fishing for rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. "You'll be amazed by the diversity of landscape, from alpine tundra to majestic spires, pinnacles and castles blocking the sun to dark, green forests carpeting steep mountains. And water, water everywhere."
Author, Fly Fishing Southwest Colorado - Mark D. Williams
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