Paddle along one of the longest stretches of quiet wilderness water in the lower 48 states, from Crystal Geyser to Mineral Bottom. Curator of archaeology Michele Koons will be your guide as you explore the rock art and structures of American Indians who called this area home. Follow in the canoe strokes of the 19th-century Western explorer John Wesley Powell and experience ancient Fremont Indian petroglyphs (rock art panels a.d. 500-1200).
Wednesday-Sunday, June 11-15*
$679 adult, $649 child (6–12 years)
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Centennial Canoe Outfitters
*Please note these are the correct dates for the trip. The dates for the trip were misprinted in Museum's member magazine, Catalyst.