This leisurely 31-mile trip through the Escalante and Dominguez Canyons is a summer delight. Museum archaeologist Michele Koons will guide you as you explore the ancient peoples who lived in this area and the art they left behind. Paddle along high walls of beautiful red sandstone and shale, take side trips into deep box canyons, and explore massive cottonwood trees with huge nests of blue herons, hawks, and eagles. Enjoy hiking, secluded swimming holes, and numerous ancient Indian petroglyphs. Ideal for beginning and intermediate canoeists.
Friday, June 14 - Sunday, June 16
$400 adult, $370 child (6–12 years)
More information and reservations:
Centennial Canoe Outfitters