Green River Rafting

Green River – Rafting in Utah

86 miles | Class II-III | 5-6 days

Rafting down the Green River in Utah will take you down deepest canyon through Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservations, cottonwoods and box elder, willow and sagebrush scouting for mule deer, mountain lion and bobcats. Follow the path of Butch Cassidy’s “Wild Bunch”, the mysterious “D. Julien,” “Flat Nose” Curry and MAJ John Wesley Powell, who titled the barren landscapes of Desolation and Gray Canyons “a region of wildest desolation”.

Containing thousand-year old petroglyphs from the Fremont Indians, abandoned homesteads and shadow-filled grottos, the setting of the Green River is host to one of the most popular runs for beginner kayaker and canoers as well as for rafters. With more than 60 rapids, from unnamed riffles to more challenging Class III whitewater, Green River rafting in Utah is the perfect place to test your paddling skills. Dvorak Expeditions can help you enjoy an excellent experience in fly fishing and rafting in Utah. Whether learning to boat yourself or relaxing on a raft guided by Dvorak’s crew you will remember this canyon trip.

Desolation Canyon and Gray Canyon                                  BOOK 5 DAY | BOOK 6 DAY

86 miles – Class II-III – 6 days

Raft through the Green River Wilderness Area learning new paddling techniques as you maneuver through Three Fords, Steer Ridge and Coal Creek rapids. (Class III)

Lower Canyons – Chukkar Partridge Hunts                                   BOOK 4 DAY

(Book Now!  first three Saturdays in September!)

45 miles | Class I-II | 4 days

Flowing out of the Flaming Gorge Reservoir, the Green River meanders downstream into Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge. We offer sportsmen and women the best of late season (autumn) fishing and waterfowl hunting in partnership with an affiliated licensed outfitter from Browns Park.

Additional Green River Events!

Green River – John Fielder: Photography Shop

Green River – Music Trip: Classical Music Rafting Journey

Green River – Yoga Trip:  The Green River Yoga Journey