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Glen Canyon Float Trip on Colorado River from Sedona

Glen Canyon Float Trip on Colorado River from Sedona - Sedona, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

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$272.29

Soak up the beauty of Glen Canyon as you enjoy a peaceful rafting trip down the Colorado River on this full-day tour from Sedona. Paddle over to a beach for a picnic lunch and discover Anasazi petroglyphs in cliffside pueblos ... More info ›

Soak up the beauty of Glen Canyon as you enjoy a peaceful rafting trip down the Colorado River on this full-day tour from Sedona. Paddle over to a beach for a picnic lunch and discover Anasazi petroglyphs in cliffside pueblos. Before rafting, drive through the striking landscapes of the San Francisco Volcanic Field and the Painted Desert. Learn the history behind a trading post of the Navajo Nation, and purchase silver jewelry and Pueblo pottery as souvenirs of this unforgettable trip.

After early morning pickup from your Sedona hotel, travel with your guide on a drive through northern Arizona and marvel at the dramatic landscapes en route to the Glen Canyon Dam. Pass through the San Francisco Volcanic Field, made up of 600 volcanoes along the southern section of the Colorado Plateau. Spanning 1,800 square miles (4,662 sq km), the field overlaps with Coconino and Kaibab national forests.

Snap memorable photos of the Painted Desert, located in the northern half of Petrified Forest National Park. This barren but beautiful desert scene of badland hills and buttes covers over 93,500 acres (37,838 hectares). The desert’s name comes from the varied pigmentation of the rocks, ranging in color from red to lavender to gray.

Visit the Trading Post founded in 1911 by the Navajo Nation of Cameron. The post’s proximity to the Grand Canyon turned it into a popular rest stop for travelers, and today, you’ll find a motel, a gallery of Navajo art, and a gift shop on the site.

Reach the base of the Glen Canyon Dam in the town of Page. Built to tame the mighty waters of the Colorado River, the dam created the nearby Lake Powell. Here, receive a safety briefing for your 4.5-hour raft cruise down placid waters.

During your easygoing rafting journey covering 15 miles (24 km), admire the beauty of Glen Canyon. Stop halfway for a picnic lunch (sandwich, snacks and fruit) on a riverside beach. Afterward, you have the option of enjoying a swimming break or taking a laid-back hike up a cliff to see ancient petroglyphs carved by the Anasazi, who had made these cliffs their homes.

Finish your rafting trip at Lees Ferry, the start of the Grand Canyon and a former ferry crossing and military outpost located in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area. Hop into your vehicle transport here and then relax during the drive back to your Sedona hotel.

Please note: This tour is seasonal and operates from May 1st to October 1st only.

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Colorado River Smooth Water Float Trip and Horseshoe Bend from Sedona

Colorado River Smooth Water Float Trip and Horseshoe Bend from Sedona - Sedona, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$250.39

Take to the water for a smooth water float trip on the Colorado River, through the walls of Glen Canyon. On your way from Sedona to Page, you will see Oak Creek Canyon, one of the top ten drives in the United States, the San Francisco Peaks, the Painted Desert and the historic Navajo Bridge that goes over the Colorado River ... More info ›

Take to the water for a smooth water float trip on the Colorado River, through the walls of Glen Canyon. On your way from Sedona to Page, you will see Oak Creek Canyon, one of the top ten drives in the United States, the San Francisco Peaks, the Painted Desert and the historic Navajo Bridge that goes over the Colorado River. You will also have time at the Cameron Trading Post where you can buy the Zuni, Hopi or Navajo Native art work before you return to Sedona.

A smooth water float trip on the Colorado River, past the 1000-foot walls of Glen Canyon ranks among the most stunning adventures in the Grand Canyon.

Your tour, fully narrated by your fun and knowledgeable guide, starts with a climb from Sedona through scenic Oak Creek Canyon to the top of the Colorado Plateau, where a 12,600-foot volcano - the San Francisco Peaks - towers over the town of Flagstaff. This is the tallest Volcano in Arizona!

Descend from the volcano's foothills into the Painted Desert and stop at historic Cameron Trading Post, where Native American artists – Zuni, Hopi and Navajo – sell their art work.

Continue through the stunning rock landscape of the Painted Desert to Page and board your 3.5-hour long smooth water float trip on an inflatable raft. Marvel at the Canyon's towering cliffs, see ancient petroglyphs at a beach and stop for lunch and dip - if you dare - into the very cold Colorado River. You will float all the way to Lee's Ferry, a historic river crossing, and on your way back marvel at amazingly eroded balancing rocks by the wayside and walk across Navajo Bridge to cross the mighty Colorado once more.

Finally, return to Sedona as the sun sets spectacularly over the Painted Desert.

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Colorado River Float Trip from Sedona or Flagstaff

Colorado River Float Trip from Sedona or Flagstaff - Sedona, Arizona Star Rating

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Sedona, Arizona

From USD
$272.28

Join your informative river guides as you board large inflatable rafts specifically designed for your smooth water float trip on the mighty Colorado River. The rafts glide effortlessly along the river as you marvel at massive cliffs towering more than 1,000 feet above ... More info ›

Join your informative river guides as you board large inflatable rafts specifically designed for your smooth water float trip on the mighty Colorado River. The rafts glide effortlessly along the river as you marvel at massive cliffs towering more than 1,000 feet above. Wind around Horseshoe Bend where the river takes a full meander in its course to Lee’s Ferry. Along the way, you’ll stop to explore ancient Native American petroglyphs or take a quick dip in the Colorado and enjoy a delicious lunch on the banks of the river.

This full day adventure trip begins with a drive up scenic Oak Creek Canyon to tall pine forests around Flagstaff. You’ll marvel at the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona’s highest mountains, on the way to the vast Navajo Indian Reservation. Then travel along the Echo Cliffs to the town of Page and scenic Lake Powell. Here, you’ll journey through a 2-mile long tunnel through the walls of Glen Canyon to the base of massive Glen Canyon Dam.

Join your informative river guides as you board large inflatable rafts specifically designed for your smooth water float trip on the mighty Colorado River. The rafts glide effortlessly along the river as you marvel at massive cliffs towering more than 1,000 feet above. Wind around Horseshoe Bend where the river takes a full meander in its course to Lee’s Ferry. Along the way, you’ll stop to explore ancient Native American petroglyphs and enjoy a delicious lunch on the banks of the river.

Later, the rafts dock at historic Lee’s Ferry, site of the river crossing used by many pioneers making their journey to settle the Arizona territory. Cabins inhabited by the early settlers still stand at the nearby junction of the Colorado and Paria Rivers. You’ll have time for photos before boarding vehicles for the drive back to your hotel. This trip is fabulous for almost all ages and the scenery can’t be beat!

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