Utah Avalanche Courses in the Wasatch Mountains

AIARE Avalanche Courses With Red River Adventures

Red River Adventures‘ Utah avalanche courses are AIARE courses taught by experienced ski and split board guides that are both AIARE providers and AMGA certified split or ski guides. These individuals are not only expert guides but are also excellent instructors who have, themselves, been through extensive course work and examination.

AIARE Avalanche Rescue

Deep powder skiing - Avalanche rescue training

  • Difficulty – Easy
  • Days -1 day
  • Minimum age – 10
  • Venues – Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons
  • Meets – 8:00 AM
  • Dates – December-March click Book Now
  • 1 Person $195

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The AIARE Avalanche Rescue is a one-day / 8-hour intended to teach the current best practices in rescue techniques and gear.

New participants will learn the basics of companion rescue while returning participants will expand their skill set with advanced topics and realistic scenario practice to help improve their skills.

Each participant will have the opportunity to receive professional coaching on their rescue skills and will receive a rescue card acknowledging the completion date.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the Avalanche Rescue course the student should be able to:

  • Describe what to do if they or a member of their party is caught in an avalanche.
  • Identify and be able to use gear necessary for avalanche rescue.
  • Set up a realistic scenario in order to practice an avalanche rescue response.
  • Improve their response skills and times during and after the course with feedback from instructors and peers.
  • Develop a plan for continuing practice.

Who Should Take This Course

AIARE Avalanche Rescue can be taken either before or after other AIARE Courses.
Students who have previously taken an AIARE 1 or an Avalanche Rescue Course will find value in having a professional help them set up realistic scenarios, practice skills in a realistic setting, receive feedback from an instructor, keep up with current best practices, and have an opportunity to practice advanced rescue skills.

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AIARE 1 Avalanche Education

Backcountry skier - AIARE 1 Avalanche Education

  • Difficulty – Easy-Moderate  | Vert. 1500+ & 3 miles
  • Days – 3 days
  • Minimum age – 10
  • Venues – Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons
  • Meets – Virtual meet up 5PM day 1
  • Dates – December-March click Book Now
  • 1 Person $550

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The AIARE 1 is a three-day / 24-hour introduction to avalanche hazard management.

Who Should Take This Course

The AIARE 1 is for skiers and snowboarders who want to recreate in or near avalanche terrain. Participants may have attended some awareness classes or workshops or completed the Avalanche Rescue course, but none are a prerequisite for this course.

Students can expect to develop a good grounding in how to prepare for and carry out a backcountry trip; to understand basic decision-making while in the field; and to learn techniques required to find and rescue a buried person, if an avalanche occurs and someone in the party is caught.

Learning outcomes

*Develop a plan for travel in avalanche terrain.
*Demonstrate the ability to identify avalanche terrain.
*Effectively use the AIARE Decision Making Framework to make terrain choices in a group setting
*Demonstrate effective companion rescue.

Aspiring professionals will need to take the AIARE 1 and Avalanche Rescue as a prerequisite for the Pro 1 course.

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NEW! – LOW RATIO – AIARE 1 Avalanche Education

Backcountry skier - AIARE 1 Avalanche Education

  • Difficulty – Moderate | Vert. 3k+
  • Days – 3 days
  • Minimum age – 10
  • Venues – Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons
  • Meets – Virtual meet up 5PM day 1
  • Dates – 12/15/23, 12/29/23 & 1/16/2024
  • 1 Person $650

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Our LOW RATIO AIARE 1 is a three-day / 24-hour exploration of avalanche hazard management. It is intended for those that have previous experience,
good fitness, downhill ability and a command of touring equipment

Who Should Take This Course

Our LOW RATIO AIARE Level 1 is for skiers and riders that have already acquired backcountry experience and now want to add accredited avalanche training to the quiver. Participants must have previous touring experience, good fitness and downhill ability and a command of how their touring equipment works. Participants should have the ability to ski 3000+ vertical feet a day, ride black diamond terrain in any condition and have a solid command in the use of backcountry touring equipment.

Students can expect to expand on and further develop skills to prepare for and carry out a backcountry trip; to understand decision-making while in the field; and to learn techniques required to find and rescue a buried person, if an avalanche occurs and someone in the party is caught.

Learning outcomes

*Develop a plan for travel in avalanche terrain.
*Demonstrate the ability to identify avalanche terrain.
*Effectively use the AIARE Decision Making Framework to make terrain choices in a group setting
*Demonstrate effective companion rescue.

Aspiring professionals will need to take the AIARE 1 and Avalanche Rescue as a prerequisite for the Pro 1 course.

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AIARE 2 Avalanche Education

Evaluating snowpack safety - Advanced avalanche courses in Utah

  • Difficulty – Easy-Moderate  | Vert. varies
  • Days – 3 days
  • Minimum age – 10
  • Venues – Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons
  • Meets – 8:00 AM
  • 1 Person $600

The AIARE 2 is a three-day/24-hour course that provides backcountry travelers an opportunity to advance their decision-making skills in more complicated situations such as: being a leader within a small travel group; traveling in more complicated terrain; and/or developing a travel plan where online resources are scarce.

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The AIARE 2 builds on the introductory avalanche hazard management model introduced in the AIARE 1 and adds to it the evaluation of critical hazard assessment factors. Students will describe and discuss weather, snowpack and avalanche processes, and identify how these processes relate to observations and travel within avalanche terrain.

Learning outcomes

*Differentiate where specific avalanche hazards exist within the landscape and identify avalanche terrain where consequences may be more severe.
*Use and interpret weather, snow, and avalanche observations to locate appropriate terrain prior to entering and while in the field.
*Demonstrate leadership skills within a small team that include facilitating small group discussion, promoting appropriate terrain selection, and utilizing simple risk-management strategies.
*Implement a basic forecasting framework that can be used in conjunction with and in the absence of local supporting avalanche information.

The AIARE 2 is a three-day course for those who have taken an AIARE 1 and Avalanche Rescue and have had at least a year of backcountry travel experience. The AIARE 2 provides backcountry leaders the opportunity to advance their avalanche knowledge and decision-making skills.

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Reviews

FAQ

Online Reviews - 5 Stars

Why Choose RRA? - 20 years of doing it right! Since 2003, when rafting operations began, we have gone on to expand our operations into rock and ice climbing, canyoneering, guided ski touring, travel trips and outdoor education. We have hosted over 85,000 guests and spent over 110,000 days in the field! We are so proud that this has garnered 5-star rankings across all online review sites. Land or water our clients rave about the quality of our guides, the depth of their knowledge, their ability to teach and most importantly, how incredibly fun each is. We believe our past guest's comments make the decision easy!
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Your Safety is our number #1 concern

Since we started this journey in 2003 we have safely hosted 85,000+ kids and adults and spent over 100,000 days rafting, climbing, canyoneering and skiing in Utah and around the world. RRA guides are at a minimum state licensed, insured and hold first aid and CPR certifications. Many of our river guides hold additional certifications in swift water rescue and whitewater instruction. Many, though not all, of our rock, ski and canyoneering guides are AMGA certified for the terrain they guide.
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Quality Equipment

When running trips quality equipment is paramount. We are proud to be a 'Preferred Guide Partner" of Black Diamond. RRA replaces its equipment on a regular basis. This ensures all the gear required to keep you safe and having fun is in top-notch shape.
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Reputation

RRA has earned the reputation of a professionally ran, top quality guide service. We are a tight knit family run business. Once you adventure with RRA we guarantee you'll be back for more.
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Do I need a reservation

YES! To guarantee space on the trip of your choice, we recommend reservations, especially mid-summer and on holidays and weekends. In order to provide the type of trip the we have become known for we do limit the number of people on our trips and we do fill up. Make a reservation as soon as you have a good idea of when you want to ski or climb with us and you'll avoid disappointment. Feel free to call us about reservations at any time @ 1-877-259-4046 or email.
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About Age Limitations

Age limits are set for each of our trips to be within industry standards and in accordance with our insurance carrier. In some cases the published age is a guideline and people younger may participate. For trips with youth rate pricing we use the following guidelines. Youth Rate = 15 years and younger!
Adults = 16 years and up!
Some trips are priced on a per person basis regardless of age.
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Which Trip to Choose

We are thrilled to have the ability to offer such a wide variety or trips. We also realize that this can create confusion. We are a fantastic resource and look forward to helping you choose the trip that is perfect for you and your group. Please feel free to call or email with any questions you might have, we love to help. Often after a brief conversation with one of our staff the the answers become clear.
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What to Bring

Red River Adventures tries to make your trip with us as easy as possible! We will clearly outline what we will provide and let you know what you need to bring. Generally all necessary group equipment for you to take part in our trips is included. Please NOTE! Skis, ski boots, poles, ice climbing boots and personal clothing are NOT included in the cost of trips. Rentals are available and RRA will assist you in reserving any gear you might need. We will provide trip specific lists to assist you in bringing the right things.
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What Risks Are Involved

Red River Adventures has an unblemished safety record. We personally screen and train our employees vigorously each year. Our climbing, skiing and canyoneering guides are highly trained and many, though not all, are AMGA trained or certified for the terrian they guide. Our trips take place in rugged, remote "wilderness" settings. You should be in good general health to participate.
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Charter and Group Rates

Red River Adventures offers a group rate discount of 10% to groups of 10 or more. Additional rates reductions are available for school, club, church, or special-interest groups on some trips. We are happy to, when ever possible, customized trip lengths and itineraries. Please contact us for help in arranging your charter trip or for group rate information.
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What To Pack

Red River Adventures will provide:

  • Beacon
  • Probe
  • Shovel
  • Pack

For technical outings ice ax and crampons will also be provided.
Full AT setups are available to rent through our partnership with Black Diamond.
RRA will help co-ordinate rental in advance.

Ski Touring (recommended)

  • Shell – Jacket/pants (soft shell or gortex with little to no insulation)
  • Insulating layer – Down or synthetic puffy coat
  • Mid Layer – Synthetic or wool zip shirt
  • Base layers: Synthetic, wool or silk bottom, underwear and top
  • 2 pairs of gloves
  • Hat or hats
  • Buff
  • Wool or synthetic ski socks
  • Helmet
  • Google & Sunglasses
  • Bottle/thermos for hot tea
  • Sunscreen
  • Handwarmers/Toe warmers

General

We are always available to answer any questions you may have. A complete packing list will be emailed prior to your trip.

Reservations

Option #1 - Most of our Adventures can be booked by clicking the "Book Now" button for the trip you want.

Option #2 - For those trips that do not open a calendar Call 1-435-259-4046
or Email us through our Contact Page

Reservations are HIGHLY recommended! Many dates sell out far in advance!
A refundable payment is due to guarantee reservation.

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Accepted Credit Cards

Cancellations

Full & Half Day Trips

  • 50% deposit due at time of reservation.
  • Balance is due and will be charged 7 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellation/changes made 7 days prior to departure are FREE!
  • Cancellation, partial or in full, within 7 days of departure will not be refunded or rescheduled.

Full & Half day - Large Group (14 or more)

  • 50% deposit due at time of reservation.
  • Balance is due and will be charged 14 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellation/changes made 14 days prior to departure are FREE!
  • Cancellation, partial or in full, within 14 days of departure will not be refunded or rescheduled.

Clinics, Courses, and Exams

  • 50% deposit due at time of reservation.
  • Balance is due and will be charged 30 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellation/changes made 30 days prior to departure are FREE!
  • Cancellation, partial or in full, within 30 days of departure will not be refunded or rescheduled.

International trips

  • A refundable deposit of 10% is required to hold space.
  • 120 days - 50% is due and will be charge to the card on file.
  • 60 days - 100% is due and will be charged to the card on file.
  • Cancellation 60 days prior to departure are FREE. A full refund will be given.
  • Cancellation, partial or in full, within 60 days of departure will not be refunded or rescheduled.

Europe

  • A non- refundable deposit of 25% is required to hold space.
  • 90 days - Balance is due and will be charged to the card on file.
  • Cancellation, partial or in full, within 90 days of departure will not be refunded or rescheduled.

Please Note: RRA recommends you insure your trip!

We HIGHLY recommend purchasing trip insurance. Please use Tin Leg or similar to insure your trip, course or clinic if you are not protected by your airline, credit card, or another third party.

Purchasing travel insurance no matter the size or length of your trip will protect against loss in the event of an unforeseen, or last-minute, change in circumstances.

Cancellations or changes for ANY reason, including Covid-19, inside our established cut-offs will not be refunded or rescheduled. Please consider protecting yourself by insuring your purchase!

General

RRA reserves the right to cancel any trip due to weather, insufficient bookings or any other circumstances beyond our control at anytime. RRA will make every effort to reschedule the date. Bookings that are unable to be rescheduled or are cancelled by RRA will receive a full refund.

Weather

Weather is part of the dynamic environment in which we operate. We may experience conditions that you do not consider ideal. If we determine that conditions are suitable for the activity you have booked and you instead wish to cancel/discontinue the trip, we will, whenever practical, end the trip at your request with no refund. If conditions are such that RRA deems it unwise to continue, we reserve the right to alter the itinerary, which may include, but may not be limited to, shortening of route or length of trip. We may also change venue or cancel the remainder of your trip. If, at time of cancellation, the trip is less than 1/2 complete, we will charge 50% of trip fee. If the trip is between 1/2 and completed, a full trip fee is charged.

Alcohol

Full and 1/2 Day Raft Trips: Alcohol or drugs are not to be consumed before or during trips. No refund will be given to those drinking alcohol or using drugs prior to a scheduled trip. Climbing/Canyoneering trips. Alcohol or drugs are not to be consumed before or during trips.

River Rafting Reviews and Red River Adventure Testimonials!

Kyle Vogel
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Kyle Vogel
June 17, 2024

We took the morning half day trip in mid June. The trip was well managed and our guide Jordan was wonderful.

Jill Lampen
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Jill Lampen
June 17, 2024

Awesome 1/2 day trip with our amazing guide, Liz! She provided a lot of information about the river, vegetation, scenery, and wildlife. We loved the other people in our boat and the other guides were friendly and knowledgeable as well. Probably would’ve have been happy staying on the water longer…full day trip next time! 🙂

Greg Stremcha
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Greg Stremcha
June 17, 2024

Perfect day trip for the family! We had a great time doing the full day trip, which included a fantastic, yet simple lunch. Our guide Jonas kept us laughing and engaged the whole time. He even interacted with the kids, getting them to play games when the water was right. If you’re on the fence about doing a half day or full day- do the full day, you won’t be disappointed!

Dennis Potami
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Dennis Potami
June 17, 2024

Liz was amazing. Smart, entertaining, and professional. Fun facts and stories the whole way. Great day on the river!

Edward Frech
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Edward Frech
June 17, 2024

Trip was incredible! My family had a wonderful experience with our guide Maggie, who was very personable, fun, and kind. We highly recommend Red River and will certainly be back.

Jenn S.
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Jenn S.
June 17, 2024

We booked a half day rafting trip with Red River adventures and had a great time! Our driver Keelee was great, Jake gave us an entertaining ride to the river and our river guide Liz was absolutely fantastic! She is knowledgeable, highly skilled, personable and made us feel at ease. Thanks for a fun afternoon on the water!

Jason Prendergast
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Jason Prendergast
June 16, 2024

Mikayla was an awesome guide. We had a great time.

Cindy Dellefave
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Cindy Dellefave
June 16, 2024

Excellent trip! Time on the river was maximized with efficient drive time to and from river pick ups. Lunch was great. Our teen boys (14 and 16) enjoyed the trip... with enough time to jump in and swim between very entertaining rapids. Guide Grace was awesome! Highly recommend the full day!

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C Miller400m
June 16, 2024

We did the half day canyoneering and white water rafting. Mom Dad and 2 teenagers. Morning Glory was unbelievable. Our guide Molly was really cool and felt really safe during our canyoneering, she was amazing. Rafting in the afternoon with Jake was also a fantastic time. Our trip had spots of scenic views and big Class 2’s. Red River Adventures had us covered all day.

Jacob Cichon
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Jacob Cichon
June 16, 2024

Did the half day trip and it was great. Friendly staff and great views

Peter Zeeman
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Peter Zeeman
June 15, 2024

It was a magnificent trip on Colorado River! Many rapids, nice guide and fellow participants in the boat.

Colin Yost
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Colin Yost
June 15, 2024

This section of Colorado River doesn’t offer the most thrilling rapids, but they’re good fun and the surrounding scenery is spectacular. Our guide Molly was top-notch, and we definitely recommend booking the longer float with lunch for two reasons: (1) the longer trip includes the best rapid of the day and (2) lunch was surprisingly delicious - Molly’s signature “Conewich!”

Cody Binder
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Cody Binder
June 13, 2024

Fantastic experience. Mikela, our guide, was fun, friendly, calm, and experienced which was perfect for our 3 kiddos on their first rafting trip. Even lunch on the full day trip was amazing! Highly recommend!!

Sarah McElroy
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Sarah McElroy
June 13, 2024

Great guides who knew the river well, gave great instruction, and provided a lot of information about the area we were in. Would definitely recommend

Kristin Anderson
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Kristin Anderson
June 13, 2024

Wonderful white water rafting fun on the Colorado River near Moab. Mikala was a super guide and so much fun! I would love to do this again!

Richard Yocum
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Richard Yocum
June 12, 2024

This course delivered as promised and was excellent at teaching the skills I was hoping to learn.

Phil Kohls
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Phil Kohls
June 10, 2024

Good crew with the rapid waters Half day proved to be a lot of fun.

Laura Kinstlinger
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Laura Kinstlinger
June 10, 2024

Our guide Jordan, and everyone who works there, were amazing. Jordan was fun, extremely capable and knowledgeable. The scenery was equally amazing. My only complaint is that there was a fair amount of waiting. Can you do the safety briefing on the bus or something? Send the equipment out first? It would be nice if there was less time waiting around in the heat. At least there was a pavilion for shade. Overall, had a great time

Tayber Walker
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Tayber Walker
June 10, 2024

We did the Rock of Ages route with Kenzie. It was the highlight of our trip to Moab and Kenzie was an amazing guide. The hike in was challenging and the rappelling was great.

Kaci M
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Kaci M
June 9, 2024

Our trip down the river was so fun! Makayla was our guide and she was friendly, informative and funny! She made our trip that much more fun for sure. Everyone that works there are friendly and patient, especially with newbies. Thank you Red River Adventures for a great time and I will recommend this place to anyone who wants an adventure!

Susie Indorato
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Susie Indorato
June 9, 2024

What an incredible experience! Our group had a wonderful time. Our bus driver, Keeli, was nice and fun (we had her last time too) and our guide Makayla was an absolute blast. Even other rafts commented on how much fun it sounded like we were having. I’ve rafted with Red River Adventures 3 times and I wouldn’t think about going anywhere else. 100% recommend!

Grant Baron
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Grant Baron
June 9, 2024

The half day white water tour here is really well put together. The guides are thorough and knowledgeable

amy Pajcic
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amy Pajcic
June 9, 2024

Great experience, cool rock, super friendly & knowledgeable guide! Also super flexible & willing to accommodate schedule & preferences :)

Jennifer Sineway
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Jennifer Sineway
June 9, 2024

We had such a great day rock climbing at Ice Cream Parlor with our guide, Kenzie. She was so warm and friendly, very knowledgeable about the climbs, and really patient with our 3 kids. We had a variety of skill levels in our group and she set routes that everyone enjoyed. We had a fantastic morning! Highly recommend Red River Adventures!

Angela Widler
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Angela Widler
June 8, 2024

Steffan, Derek and John put on an excellent course with many lessons learned. They not only have an expansive knowledge and skill set, but are great guys and super fun to learn from. I would not hesitate to take another course from them or hire any of them as a guide.

Devon Hummer
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Devon Hummer
June 8, 2024

The course “Rigging for Rescue in Semi-Technical Terrain” hosted by Red River Adventures and lead by Derek DeBruin was a great experience. We covered everything from active and passive protection placements, anchor building, various belay techniques and short roping in the context of moving an individual whom is being rescued safely over different types of terrain. We also went into when and where to utilize different techniques depending on the level of risk, technicality of terrain and competence of the rescuer. A scenario wrapped it up and put a bow on it, all for a very reasonable price. Thanks!

Richard Mansel
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Richard Mansel
June 8, 2024

This place was easy to book, organized on arrival, left on time, and all the guides were friendly and energetic.

Courtney Peters
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Courtney Peters
June 8, 2024

We canyoneered Morning Glory AKA Ephedra's Grotto with Molly and had a great time. She was fantastic with the kids (ages 10 and 12) and was super encouraging and supportive during rappels. It was a beautiful hike and the 2 rappels were amazing!

Liz McKelvey
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Liz McKelvey
June 8, 2024

We had a wonderful time on the river today for a half day trip with Maggie, Kiera and Will. We had a group of 17. All the kids had a blast (ages 5-19). Thank you for showing us everything.

nutechjoe Servidio
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nutechjoe Servidio
June 7, 2024

Great day with red river!

Chase Sears
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Chase Sears
June 7, 2024

Such a fun experience for my first time rafting! The guides were awesome, and the trip was fun. The guides were very knowledgeable and kept us entertained with fun facts on the way there. Throughout the raft, they got to know us a little bit. The bus driver who was there spoke rudely to me and many others in my group, but other than that, it was wonderful!!

Dee Dee Corbin
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Dee Dee Corbin
June 7, 2024

Amazing Staff!! Great time! Highly recommend! Five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Paweł Czernicki
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Paweł Czernicki
June 7, 2024

There best rafting experience we ever had!

Carey Parker
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Carey Parker
June 6, 2024

This outfit was great! Good service, funny and friendly rafting guides! We'd adventure with them again!

jennifer stresney
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jennifer stresney
June 5, 2024

They did a fabulous job, we loved our guide Jordan. We had a great day!

Sara v
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Sara v
June 5, 2024

We went on a full day rafting adventure today. Our guide, Savannah, was awesome! All the guides were informative and well prepared. The information provided was interesting and didn’t seem rehearsed. The only reason I gave 4 stars was because the lunch provided was not something commonly preferred by most people. It would’ve been nice to receive a menu, so we could’ve brought our own sandwiches or power bars. When catering to the masses it’s better to provide simpler fare. Although I was impressed with the gluten free option.

Sarah Odonoghue
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Sarah Odonoghue
June 5, 2024

Mary's Crack Camp was amazing as were instructors. I don't know which was better, how much I learned or how much fun I had. The program seemed individually tailored to each person with a wide range of experience and abilities. I would recommend and return to this experience in a heartbeat.

Allison Niemann
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Allison Niemann
June 5, 2024

We had a blast and highly recommend rafting with Red River Adventures!! My husband and I took our 5 kids, ranging from 6 years old to 15. Maggie was our guide and we loved her! She was extremely knowledgeable of the river and the surrounding areas. She was amazing with our one kid who was extremely nervous, talking with him the whole time about what to expect and when. She was also great with our one kid who wanted to row the entire time! Liz made us laugh while talking about the scenery and the local history. Another guide gave restaurant tips for after rafting. They helped keep the 40 minute bus ride interesting. And shout out to our bus driver! I wish I could remember her name! She had legit skills driving a huge bus while hauling a trailer of rafts!

Tony Probasco
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Tony Probasco
June 5, 2024

Crack Camp with Mary Catherine Eden is the best thing any crack climber could dream of! She is beyond talented but also a great coach who can both push and support you with skill and compassion. If you want to improve your crack climbing or even just start crack climbing, this camp is a must! 10/10 would recommend

Chase Ludlow
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Chase Ludlow
June 3, 2024

The guides were friendly, uplifting, and funny. They explained everything in an easily understandable way and were there to help me every step of the way. Overall an awesome experience!

Patrick Clifford
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Patrick Clifford
June 3, 2024

My son loves his climbing camps at momentum gym and now he got to see what it’s all for! Climbing with red river adventure out in the real world has blown his mind! What an unforgettable and amazing experience. No doubt we will be booking more climbing sessions with these fantastic people!

Heather Drew
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Heather Drew
June 3, 2024

We aren’t exactly outdoorsy, I booked this when I knew we would be passing through Moab and I wanted to get my family out of our comfort zone and I am so glad I did. My 12 year old son and my husband would both rather read a book than go outside and they had an absolute blast. I chose Red River because they mentioned using smaller groups which appealed to my introvert soul. Everything from booking to leaving at the end was simple and easy. Our guide Emily was so much fun, full of facts about the region and skilled enough to keep my, less than adventurous family from drowning. Some of the reviews I read prior to booking complained about the river not being wild enough but this was exactly what I had hoped for. The rapids we did encounter were exciting and fun while giving us enough time to paddle and enjoy the scenery between the little adrenaline hits. My son had a grin on his face the entire time. Lunch was delightful. The other guests were courteous and entertaining. We did encounter other rafting companies and they were so full of rafters I would have been uncomfortable in their groups. . Our family of 3 was given our own raft with Emily and the larger groups were kept close to each other by their incredibly skilled guides. I was never worried about a thing and I’m so glad we chose Red River Adventures.

Rebecca L
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Rebecca L
June 2, 2024

Great experience! My partner and I did the AM half day raft trip. The bus ride to the put in was very entertaining! Amazing views and fun rapids on the river! Our guide, Liz, was the best part though. She had so much interesting information to share with us. We were so lucky to have such knowledgeable guide! Thanks Liz!! I definitely recommend Red River Adventures.

A. D.
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A. D.
June 2, 2024

We had a great time and our guide Liz was fun and knowledgeable!

Rebekah Renner
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Rebekah Renner
June 2, 2024

Molly was an amazing guide for our 1/2 day mountaineering trip. She made my husband & I feel so assured of our safety while rappelling in beautiful canyons while keeping a super positive & good humored nature. She was a blast to hike with & we recommend her & Red River Adventures to anyone. We hope to have more adventures with them in the future!

Chris McHan
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Chris McHan
June 2, 2024

Molly is a fantastic guide and this is a must while visiting Moab.

Trina Kloehn
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Trina Kloehn
May 31, 2024

Liz was absolutely the best guide!! Would recommend for anyone! It was thrilling, educational, beautiful, and breathtaking all at the same time. You won’t regret choosing Red River Adventures!

Jenny Motacek
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Jenny Motacek
May 30, 2024

This place is legit! Every thing from scheduling to exiting the bus was smooth. The guides were very knowledgeable and created a fun atmosphere. One member of our party- who has been crabby most of the trip- described our raft trip as a "10/10 must do again!"

Francisco
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Francisco
May 29, 2024

Crack camp is incredible. Probably the best thing I’ve done for my climbing since I started climbing outside. For those going in the future… It’s going to be a tough boot camp, but well worth the effort and time spent. Like all climbing you’re going to get what you put in, so show up ready to give 200% because Mary will make sure you don’t waste anytime. You will climb nonstop all weekend! It will be full of pain and laughter, and you will love all of it!!! Even if you can barely move on the last day, you will be wishing you had more climbing on your trip back home. Huge thank you to Mary and her crew!!! I cannot wait to go out and use all the crack climbing and trad climbing techniques I learned this weekend.

Connor Golter
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Connor Golter
May 28, 2024

Had a great time with Red River. We were a group of 2 couples, so we were able to request 2 ducky kayaks and had a blast. The guides were great, good food for a quick lunch, and it was a piece of cake dropping our keys at the office. Great time overall