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No place has captured people's hearts and imaginations like the mighty Colorado River, her canyons and her tributaries - the Yampa River, the Green River, and the Dolores River.Sheri Griffith River Expeditions is the premier whitewater rafting...more
We had a lot of fun! My husband, my two children (9-10) and I had a wonderful experience on westwater River -Colorado One day trip! Brook, our coach, was amazing and even if she looks like very young, she is absolutely the Number one! She...More
Our extended family of 8 took the 4 day cataract canyon trip. We had so much fun and always felt we were in capable hands. Our guides were great with the kids We had a bad windstorm/thunderstorm and the tents didn’t hold up well, but...More
We recently took a three day Cataract Canyon trip. It was an amazing experience. Our guides were Matt and Greg. They were wonderful. They took great care of us, and made the trip so much fun. The food was amazing. Every meal was a delicious...More
My family enjoyed the full day raft trip to Westwater Canyon. The bus ride to the put in point was comfortable and not too long (got to catch up on a little sleep). The Colorado was a bit low but the rapids were still very...More
Enjoyed a wonderful trip on the Colorado River doing the Fisher Towers float with one other family. The views were spectacular, and the small rapids were fun and not intimidating. If you're looking for a casual, easy day on the river, this is it.
If you have never been camping on white water rivers and if you have never seen Utah's beautiful Cataract Canyon then you don't know what you are missing. For 2 nights and 3 days in August our guides Max, Kate, Jarvis, and Peyton treated us...More
From start to finish, our five-day luxury trip was a life-changing experience. I am not a camper, but this was a bucket list trip for my husband, so I bit the bucket (ha, ha) and went for it. We had some of the most amazing...More
Overall a good experience and our guides Erik and Luigi did a great job especially when we got caught in an extremely windy rain and lightening storm. Couple reasons for 4 vs 5 stars. First we got a late start as a guide had overslept....More
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There are two portable "buckets" with a toilet seat. If you need to urinate, you can always jump in the river, or, use the "pee bucket". Pee is poured into the river later, so no toilet paper can go in that bucket. There is... More
There are two portable "buckets" with a toilet seat. If you need to urinate, you can always jump in the river, or, use the "pee bucket". Pee is poured into the river later, so no toilet paper can go in that bucket. There is also another bucket, for feces. It is hard to keep the two separate, but a bit of pee in the second bucket isn't the end of the world. Toilet paper can go into that bucket as can feminine products. This is called the "groover" because apparently in the old days there was no toilet seat so people got "grooves" on their behinds from sitting on it. It is set up a bit of a walk away from the campsite, so it is quite private. No smell comes from it to the campsite and you have full privacy while using it. An umbrella is often set up to shield it for more privacy, too.