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Explore the Green River
Through Southeastern Utah

Green River Rafting

Explore Utah’s famous outlaw hideouts, ancient dinosaur habitats, and Fremont Native American petroglyphs. Discover the thrill of rafting one of America's Top 10 Rivers - Desolation Canyon on the Green River. Much of Green River carves through the Colorado Plateau in Southern Utah, boasting some of the most spectacular canyons in the United States. It is only slightly smaller than the Colorado River when the two rivers merge in Cataract Canyon.

Comfortable summer water temperatures and over 60 fun-filled rapids make rafting the Green River the ideal getaway for your next adventure. Green River rafting trips are offered during the months of June, July, and August, so plan ahead for your next adventure!

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Green River Rafting Expedition Details

Get all the details for your white water rafting trip down the Green River. Our complimentary expedition guide for Desolation Canyon trips on the Green River provides a full-day-by-day itinerary, river map, packing list, essential logistics, and answers to common questions.

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Green River Through Utah

Beginning high in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, the Green River flows south into Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The flow collides with the Uintah Mountains - the only east to west range in the Rockies - and combines forces with the Yampa River. After Split Mountain, and Dinosaur National Monument, the Green River then plunges into one of the most spectacular sections of river and canyon anywhere, Desolation Canyon. View Detail Map

Green River Map

Rafting Trips on the Green River

Green River Rafting: Desolation Canyon 5 Day »

A spectacular scenic flight from Moab, Utah lands you atop a dramatic desert plateau where your Utah rafting adventure begins. You’ll surrender your senses to nature as you’re enveloped by 40 million years of geologic history.

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