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No longer simply a rafting company, Red River Adventures is a leader in Moab multi-sport vacations! Don't be fooled by others offering "one stop" shopping only to be shuffled among the true providers once you arrive. We are the only guide service in town that holds permits to guide river, canyoneering, rock climbing, SUP and National Parks trips in house. On land or water our guides can do almost everything. For those trips we can't run ourselves, we've teamed up with some of Moab's best and will let you know, in advance, who will be guiding you. For one day or more we've got something for everyone!
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1140 S Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532-3063
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"great trip"
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"a lot of fun"
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Early in season so river is pretty low. Didn't expect (or need) class V rapids. Perfect day for a splash float. Our river guide, Sadie, was ready for us when we arrived. 45 min drive to put in where she went thru a complete safety...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We had a wonderful experience with our guide Johnny. He was extremely kind and knowledgeable. I highly recommend the company and experience!

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Our guides was outstanding and we had a great time! Two adults and a 8 and 9 year old child. Morgan was able to keep us all going and challenged, he showed great patience with our kids and we all got some climbing in. Highly...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We spent two great half days with Red River Adventures. We have an 8 yr old so I decided against doing both activities in a day. Rafting with Thorn was great. It was cold and I was glad they provided water proofs. The rapids were...More

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I booked a private intro to climbing for my family. There were four of us and we all had elementary top rope experience in the gym. We wanted some personalized experience on the rock with an instructor to ensure we were competent with best practices...More

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Bike2
15 August 2017|
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Response from riverpeople | Property representative |
I have no idea how I missed this question. Thanks to those that provided information. I agree with all that was written. Our website has some wonderful photos from the trip. We also recently added video that will take you to... More
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Delana G
27 June 2017|
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Any shoe or sandal that you can hike 3 miles in and can get wet. They can be open toe or closed it doesn't matter. Hybrids like Keen, Chaco or Teva work well but honestly any trail or road runner will work. Waterproof is... More
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scubafor2Phoenix
16 January 2017|
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May is early in the season and the river is usually class II. There is very little chance that a raft would flip. We have the ability to avoid some of the bigger features if our guests wish to do so to further mitigate the... More
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