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Canyonlands, UT
Canyonlands, UT
Kayak May 31 2008
Rob del Desierto
Kayak1.63 Miles 50 AEG
Kayak1.63 Miles3 Days         
50 ft AEG
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Three day trip down the San Juan River at high flows - 7000-9000cfs. What an awesome time. Hiked to Upper Butler Wash, River House, Chinle Wash (separate trip log), Pourover, and some of the Soda Basin trail. First time using the new (old) raft!
Wildflowers Observation Moderate
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