The hills and river cliffs which we passed today exhibit a most romantic appearance…. with the help of a little imagination [one could see] elegant ranges of lofty freestone buildings... so perfect indeed are those walls that I should have thought that nature had attempted here to rival the human art of masonry had I not recollected that she had first begun her work.
— Meriwether Lewis

These words were written in 1805 but are still true today.  Join us for a four-day adventure where we canoe down a river that hasn’t changed much since Meriwether Lewis first wrote those words. 

We’ll climb rocky outcroppings and squeeze through a slot canyon.  There will be Native American tent rings, golden eagles, coyotes, and new friends.  This trip provides the perfect fusion of history and geology, adventure and friendship.