Geologists from around the world visit the spectacular canyon country of the Colorado Plateau, near Ruby and Horsethief Canyons. These magnificent rock formations feature majestic walls of red sandstone, accessable only by water. Museum paleontologists Joe Sertich and Ian Miller will navigate you down the Colorado River, cutting a path through the ancient home of dinosaurs that roamed Earth 65 million years ago. Your adventure will include fascinating geologic formations from the Jurassic and Cretaceous Periods that hold dinosaur footprints and fossils. The river is gentle with occasional small Class I+ rapids.
Saturday, July 20 - Monday, July 22
$400 adult, $370 child (6–12 years)
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Centennial Canoe Outfitters