Canoeing Labyrinth Canyon on Utah’s Green River
Labyrinth Canyon is a gorgeous flat water section of Utah’s Green River that snakes its way past spires, hoodoos, and towering orange walls, allowing you to slowly take in the landscapes that Southern Utah is known for.
Labyrinth Canyon is a family-friendly stretch of class 1 river with no rapids that is best done as a 3-5 day canoe trip. It requires a fair amount of logistics, including a shuttle, an easy to obtain permit, and some necessary gear. I’ve done it twice and had very different experiences on each time, so in this blog post I share some key tips to help make sure your trip is a success.
Plan your Labyrinth Canyon canoe trip on Utah’s Green River with the tips in this blog post. COVID-19 Note: As of writing in late June 2020, the COVID case count here in Utah is sharply rising. Please check the local Moab government website about the current status and regulations. Avoid camping in large groups, remember to social distance, and we.... Continue Reading at Bear Foot Theory