Providing a breathtaking sample of the dramatic canyon vistas that characterize the Colorado River, this tranquil 25-mile stretch is perfect for rafting, inflatable kayaking, wildlife viewing, hiking and relaxing.
This amazing desert environment is home to many desert creatures and great for wildlife viewing. Look to the sky for bald and golden eagles soaring overhead. Watch lizards scurry up sandstone and black rocks, and keep your eyes peeled for river otter playing along the river banks.
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Raft on a big boat or get involved by paddling an inflatable kayak. Our inflatable kayaks are optional and offered to anyone who wants to get in one. With mild rapids, this is the perfect trip to get the hang of our inflatable kayaks and enjoy our signature craft.
With Class I-II rapids, rafting and inflatable kayaking in Ruby Canyon can be enjoyed by any age at any skill level. This calm section of river makes for the perfect retreat from the stresses of every day life. Kick back and admire the stunning sandstone canyon walls and unwind on sandy beaches.
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"After watching our two Adventure Bound guides - Wilson and Clarcie Kurtzman - easily manage the rafts through Class I and Class II water, Erin is convinced she, too can be a rafting guide. Then she hears Wilson and Kurtzman talk about rafting Class IV and Class V Cataract Canyon."
"Our eXplore Colorado road trip brought us to this 25-mile stretch of the Colorado River between Loma and the Westwater Ranger Station in Utah. The section is one of the most popular in the state for private boaters, offering a scenic, low-key float, even the most novice river runners can enjoy. This isn’t a hold-onto-your-seat-and-pray adrenaline rush through whitewater rapids, but rather a leisurely summer float through stunning red rock canyons where you can hop off the shore to do day hikes through the surrounding McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area."
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