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Easy Float Trip

A great way to enter a rafting. Mostly a relaxing float with much to look at. We saw lots of... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2018
Gary S
,
Decatur, Illinois
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Stayed at the Inn on the River

Very clean, right between cliff and San Juan River Stayed on 2nd floor, no elevator so be prepared... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2015
Beachglass1006
,
Santa Cruz, California
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River cutting through deep canyons.
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Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

A great way to enter a rafting. Mostly a relaxing float with much to look at. We saw lots of birds, lizards, sheep, and a few snakes. Amazing campsites that eve pictures can't do justice for. Getting used to primitive camping took a bit of...More

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Reviewed 22 May 2015

Very clean, right between cliff and San Juan River Stayed on 2nd floor, no elevator so be prepared to carry your stuff up. Great view from covered outdoor area on 2nd floor, after eating at the cafe right by inn, huge delicious Navajo Taco. We...More

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Reviewed 1 December 2014

Probably THE float for ancestral Puebloan rock art anywhere. Spectacular multi-colored/layered cliffs, awesome sunrise/sunsets, and easy-access ruins of inhabitants from thousands of years ago. Easy float, good permit availability, and comparatively long season. Enjoy!

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Reviewed 10 July 2013

This is definately a beginners river. Slow and easy float but the views of the canyons are just unbelieveable. You will never see so many stars as you will camping on the river. Many ruins and petroglyphs to see. We saw many desert sheep on...More

2  Thank Nativson
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Reviewed 1 June 2010

Taking a 4 or 5 night river trip down the San Juan River from the Sand Island put-in to the Clay Hills take-out is an 83 mile journey surrounded by awe-inspiring canyons rising as much as 1000 feet above you, the canopy of stars at...More

2  Thank chezington
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Reviewed 13 April 2008

Rafting the San Juan river in March was an incredibly awesome experience. I went with a private group and we had a riot. We had rafts and canoes and a "duckie"- a small inflatable kayak. This is said to be a beginner river and I...More

10  Thank Kbecjeans
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