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Kayaking Tour on the Lower Salt River

 

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Half Day – Sunday, April 14 AND Tuesday, April 16

Kayaking Tour on the Lower Salt River
Date: Sunday, April 14 AND Tuesday, April 16
Time: Sunday: 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. -- Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Location: Lower Salt River
Cost: $99

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Kayaking on the Lower Salt River


Description

A two person inflatable kayak is an impressively stable vessel on the scenic, Class I rapids on the Lower Salt River. This is a perfect choice for people who would like a little more time together in the context of a larger group, or for a guest to help a less experienced companion enjoy an adventure activity. The Lower Salt River corridor is the home to over three quarters of all the plant and animal species in the southwest, and our knowledgeable guides will share their insights into this amazing environment; they will also be providing instruction, encouragement, and safety supervision for tour participants. Water proof shoes/sandals are required. Guides are certified for all levels of professional safety.

Difficulty Level: Class I (Easy)

Leaders: Arizona Outback Adventures

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