While the Labyrinth and Stillwater Canyons of the Green River are better tackled with a canoe than a raft due to the long stretches of flat water, this river trip still counts among the most scenic southwest adventures. The Green meanders through Canyonlands National Park, with some of the most remote and inaccessible land in the lower 48 states stretching away from the river on both sides. Logistics for the take out are unusual – you must hire a jet boat to tow your craft back upstream to either Mineral Bottom (Green) or Moab (Colorado).
Put-In: Green River State Park
Take-Out: Meet a boat near Colorado Confluence
Miles: 120 (shorter trips possible)
Managing Agency: BLM Price Field Office
Campsites: Labyrinth-Stillwater Campsites