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Life At the Bottom: The Ultimate Grand Canyon Whitewater Adventure

Program Number: 2114RJ
Start and End Dates:
8/18/2014 - 8/27/2014; 5/20/2015 - 5/29/2015; 8/17/2015 - 8/26/2015;
Duration: 9 nights
Location: Flagstaff, Arizona
Price starting at: $3,295.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Water Sports; National Parks Activity Level: n (see description)
Meals: 26; 9 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 9 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

The venerable Grand Canyon and the mighty Colorado River come together to form a place where geology, water and time have created one of our nation's most spectacular natural wonders. Motor rafts allow time for exploration and learning, from the canyon's incredible natural history to the Native Americans who consider it the birthplace of humanity. Touch some of the oldest rocks found on the earth while renewing your spirit.




Highlights

• Enjoy expert-led hikes to archaeological ruins, canyons, waterfalls and other treasures accessible only by river.
• Experience 225 miles and 150 rapids on the Colorado River, enjoying your river outfitter's gourmet meals.
• Immerse yourself in 2 billion years of geologic majesty and learn about the history of this spectacular world.



Activity Particulars

Eight days rafting on Class IV river, strong currents, large waves. Requires getting in and out of rafts, carrying personal gear to camp spot, and helping set up camp, often in extremely hot weather.



Itinerary Summary

Arrival Flagstaff, 1 night; Grand Canyon camping, 7 nights; return to Flagstaff, 1 night; departure.



Coordinated by Northern Arizona University.




Grand Canyon National Park

Within the borders of its 1.2 million acres, this World Heritage Site offers bikers, hikers, rafters and campers everything from breathtaking vistas to high adventure. Its 277 miles of raw rock and water continue to amaze generations of visitors.



Colorado River

Originating on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains and ultimately draining into the Gulf of California, the Colorado River is best known for its stretch of 217 spectacular miles winding through the Grand Canyon. John Wesley Powell, the great explorer of the American West, made the first known river passage through the Grand Canyon in 1869.



Flagstaff

Nestled at the foot of the San Francisco Peaks in northern Arizona, Flagstaff is a perfect departure point for trips to the Glen and Grand canyons or Sunset Crater National Monument. At 7,000 feet in elevation, this cool mountain city is one of the highest in the nation.



Accommodations
Hotel two nights. Seven nights at Grand Canyon Colorado River campsites under star-filled skies.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Richard Stephens

Rich has been director of Northern Arizona University’s highly popular Road Scholar programs since 2001. He previously spent many years in the field as a program coordinator and group leader, where he honed his skills and learned the importance of detailed, pre-trip planning. Before making his home in Arizona’s spectacular red-rock country, Rich spent 10 years in Yosemite National Park and the Santa Cruz mountains as an environmental educator.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   La Quinta Inn
  Flagstaff, AZ 1 night
   Grand Canyon Campsites along river
  Grand Canyon, AZ 7 nights
   La Quinta Inn
  Flagstaff, AZ 1 night
 La Quinta Inn
Type: Motel
  Description: Located 1/2 mi NW of the intersection of I-17 & I-40. Near shopping and restaurants; 1/4 mi from Northern Arizona University, 2 miles to Lowell Observatory and historic downtown Flagstaff; 6 mi from Sinagua ruins at Walnut Canyon Natl Mon, 15 mi from Sunset Crater National Monument, 38 mi from the ruins at Wupatki National Monument. 30 miles from the red rocks, galleries and restaurants of Sedona, AZ.
  Contact info: 2015 S Beulah Blvd
Flagstaff, AZ 86001 USA
phone: 928-556-8666
web: www.lq.com/lq/properties/propertyProfile.do?ident=LQ939&propId=939
  Room amenities: 25" satellite TV w pay movies available, large desk, AM FM clock radio, electronic locks, telephone with voice mail and data port, free local telephone calls, iron and board, hair dryer, coffee maker, internet.
  Facility amenities: Courtyard w heated pool, spa and gazebo; fitness center, guest laundry and same day dry cleaning svc, continental breakfast, wi-fi available in the lobby.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Seasonal, approx $100. Call local La Quinta for the rates available during your stay (928) 556-8666. NOTE: When they get the pre-recorded information they must hit the 0 (zero) option, then ask front desk for special Road Scholar before/after rate.
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Seasonal, approx $100. Call local La Quinta for the rates available during your stay (928) 556-8666. NOTE: When they get the pre-recorded information they must hit the 0 (zero) option, then ask front desk for special Road Scholar before/after rate.
  Check out time: 12:00 PM

 Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Type: Other
  Description: Unparalleled views of the Grand Canyon, amazing views of the star lit night sky. The Colorado lulls you to sleep.
  Contact info: GC National Park
Closest: Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 USA
phone: 928-523-2359
  Facility amenities: River tour company provides necessary gear.
  Smoking allowed: No


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Program registration is from 4:00 - 4:15 PM, followed by orientation at 4:15 PM. You will be staying at La Quinta Inn that night.
  End of Program:
Program ends with checkout after breakfast. You will be staying at La Quinta Inn the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. You will be receiving a separate packet of information prepared by the rafting company, AzRA, and NAU with additional information and forms. Please note that there are 3 forms in this mailing which must be returned to NAU Road Scholar: 1) AzRA Guest Information 2 AzRA Visitors Acknowledgment of Risk and 3) Road Scholar PIF form to NAU Road Scholar (if not completed online). All forms can be sent to: Northern Arizona University Road Scholar PO Box 5604 Flagstaff, AZ 86011-0001 OR fax: 928-523-5991 OR scanned and sent to: roadscholarprograms@nau.edu (reference prog #2114 in subject line). Note: If you fax or scan forms, please be sure to bring the original AzRA Visitors Acknowledgement of Risk with you as this original is required by the river outfitter.
  Parking availability:
Free at hotel - for entire program.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Flagstaff, AZ
  Nearest city or town:  Flagstaff
  Nearest highway: East - West: I-40, North South, I-17 & US 89
  Nearest airport:  Flagstaff
  From End of Program
  Location: Flagstaff, AZ
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Flagstaff, AZ to/from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
Arizona Shuttle
phone: 877-226-8060
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approx. $45.00 one way ($41.00 Internet Reservation); $5.00 each way drop off/pickup at La Quinta
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Approx 3 hours 

 

Distance:

 

150 Miles

   

Call Arizona Shuttle for departure times PRIOR to booking flights. 9 shuttles daily from/to the Phoenix airport. Upon arrival into Phoenix airport, check in required at shuttle desk in baggage claim area of airport,15 minutes before shuttle departure. Flagstaff La Quinta Hotel drop off/pick up by advanced reservation ($5.00 extra charge per reservation BY MENTIONING ROAD SCHOLAR); otherwise the drop off/pick up is at Flagstaff Amtrak (Visitor Center). Advanced reservations required.

 

Flagstaff, AZ to/from Starting Destination

 

To Train Station

 
 

Service:

 

Public Transportation
Amtrak
phone: 800-872-7245
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Varies with starting / return destination
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

From Flagstaff train station to hotel: 5 minute taxi ride. 

 

Distance:

 

From Flagstaff train station to hotel 2 miles.

   

Westbound train arrives 8:51 PM and departs at 8:57 PM Eastbound train arrives at 4:36 AM and departs at 4:41 AM. Times subject to change. Check Amtrak for current schedules.

 
Driving Directions
  Flagstaff La Quinta From I-40 Take the I-40 to Flagstaff, AZ and exit at 195 north for Flagstaff and Grand Canyon. This puts you northbound on Milton Road. At the first stoplight, Forest Meadows, turn left. Continue west on Forest Meadows for a quarter block to the next light at Beulah Blvd. Turn right on Beulah and continue for a quarter block. La Quinta is on the left, 2015 S. Beulah.
  Flagstaff La Quinta from I-17 Travel north on 1-17 until it ends, becoming Milton Road in Flagstaff, AZ. Turn left at the first stop light on Forest Meadows. Continue for quarter block to the next light on Beulah Blvd. Turn right on Beulah and drive for a quarter block. La Quinta is on the left, 2015 S. Beulah.
Elevation Note: Flagstaff 7,000 feet; Lee's Ferry 3600 feet; approximately 2000 feet at end of river run.

The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Program Registration & Introductions/River Company Orientation
(Monday, August 18)
   
 Afternoon: Program registration in the hotel lobby from 4:00 - 4:15 PM followed immediately by orientation and introductions.
 Dinner: Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant at 5:15 PM.
 Evening: Arizona Rafting Adventures rafting company orientation 7:00 - 8:30 PM where you'll get your dry bags. Final packing of personal gear after meeting.
   
Accommodations: La Quinta Inn
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: To Lee's Ferry via Navajo Reservation/ Load Raft & Launch/Raft Colorado River to 1st Camp/An amazing night sky
(Tuesday, August 19)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: Deluxe continental breakfast at the hotel to include waffles, hard boiled eggs, fresh fruits, pastries, bagels, cereals, muffins, juices, milk and coffee.
 Morning: After breakfast, travel through Cameron and along the Painted Desert, Echo Cliffs and Marble Canyon to Lee's Ferry raft launch point. Board rafts start our journey down John Wesley Powell's "Great Unknown".
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: Following a beach lunch, Continue traveling down the Colorado River beginning the fascinating story of Grand Canyon's geology and natural history en route to the first evening's campsite.
 Dinner: Another sumptuous meal cooked in the open air. Count on at least one night of dutch oven cooking.
 Evening: Help the crew unload the boats and get used to the camp set up, finding your own site to set up your camp. Once camp is set up, crew will prepare a meal. Relax in the evening under the stars.
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Rafting Marble Canyon - Incomparable Views & Stunning Stops
(Wednesday, August 20)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: “Wake up early to the shout of “coffeeeeee!” as your guides prepare tasty fixings to include, depending on the day, scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, orange juice, bagels...“
 Morning: Break camp and help load the raft. Rafting downstream with interpretation of geologic, natural and human history anecdotes en route.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: After lunch, continue rafting downstream, further into the Grand Canyon, with stops for short side hikes.
 Dinner: Freshly prepared meals every night. You may offer to help the crew in prep and clean up. Wonderful fare served up every night in beautiful riverside settings.
 Evening: After setting up camp for the evening, enjoy chatting with new friends, take a hike before dinner or wash up in the cold water of the river!
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Another Day in Paradise...
(Thursday, August 21)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: “Wake up early to the shout of “coffeeeeee!” as your guides prepare tasty fixings to include, depending on the day, scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, orange juice, bagels...“
 Morning: After breakfast by the river, assist in loading raft, climb aboard and float downstream.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts, peanut butter and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: After lunch, raft down the river, deeper into the Grand Canyon, with stops for short side hikes. Continued interpretation by raft guides about passing sights.
 Dinner: Find a spot on the beach to enjoy another delicious and filling meal.
 Evening: Enjoy the evening chatting with the group, writing in your journal or looking up from your campspot as the stars begin to pop out.
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Continue Your Journey Following the Rhythm of the River/~ Halfway Point on River Odyssey
(Friday, August 22)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: “Wake up early to the shout of “coffeeeeee!” as your guides prepare tasty fixings to include, depending on the day, scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, orange juice, bagels...“
 Morning: Before breaking camp, breakfast by the river. Then float downstream, running rapids, learning how to read the river and stopping for side hikes.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts, peanut butter and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: After lunch, continue rafting downstream, approaching the halfway point of the river's path through the Grand Canyon. Cool off with a river dunk before reboarding boats after lunch. Exploration of side canyons/hikes at the discretion of river guides.
 Dinner: Once the crew has set up facilities for the evening, they will prepare dinner.
 Evening: Another evening in a different camp with a different view. Aaah, life doesn't get much better than this!
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Exploration of the Grand Canyon
(Saturday, August 23)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: By now, you know the drill! "Coffeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!"
 Morning: Gaze in wonder at the Canyon's many geologic sites while scanning the beaches and rocky crags for desert bighorn sheep, mule deer while swallows skitter just above the river's surface in search of rare insects.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts, peanut butter and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: After lunch, more exploration of the Grand Canyon and its side canyons. Engage all your senses - sights, sounds, smells, the sun's heat, the chilling refreshment and power of the river's water - while experiencing the wonders of the Canyon.
 Dinner: Sometimes the crew will set out cheese and crackers before the evening meal is prepared.
 Evening: After completing the day's rafting, camp will be set up, and dinner prepared.
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Continue Rafting with Hiking & Scenic Stops
(Sunday, August 24)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: “Wake up early to the shout of “coffeeeeee!” as your guides prepare tasty fixings to include -- depending on the day -- scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, orange juice, bagels...“
 Morning: You and the river are now in sync. The camp routine is second nature and you look forward to another day in paradise, another day of new sights, another day with new friends.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts, peanut butter and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: Relish every moment. The journey continues...
 Dinner: Find a spot on the beach to enjoy another delicious and filling meal.
 Evening: Once camp is set up for the evening, the crew will prepare dinner.
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Side Canyons & River Views
(Monday, August 25)

Note: Sit on a raft watching the canyon flow past, get on and off raft, help carry gear to set up camp, optional short hike to a scenic wonder.



   
 Breakfast: “Wake up early to the shout of “coffeeeeee!” as your guides prepare tasty fixings to include, depending on the day, scrambled eggs, french toast, fresh fruit, bacon, orange juice, bagels...“
 Morning: After breakfast, break camp, load the boat which has become your home away from home, and embark on the last full day on the river.
 Lunch: River lunch on a beach with coldcuts, peanut butter and assorted goodies.
 Afternoon: After lunch, rafting and exploration in the lower end of the Grand Canyon. Take note of the awesome power of lava in the preserved lava flows in this part of the Canyon.
 Dinner: Find a spot on the beach to enjoy another delicious and filling meal.
 Evening: Your last night on the river. As much as you look forward to a shower, now is the time to breathe deeply of the Canyon's essence and preserve in your mind the special place you've had a privilege to experience during the last week. Feel the sand between your toes one last time as you drift off to sleep under a star-filled sky...
   
Accommodations: Grand Canyon Campsites along river
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Raft to Pick Up Point at Diamond Creek/Historic Route 66, Seligman, AZ/Arrive in Flagstaff
(Tuesday, August 26)

Note: Help unload raft.



   
 Breakfast: By now, you know the drill! "Coffeeeeeeee!"
 Morning: After breakfast, raft to Diamond Creek on the Hualapai Reservation and the take out. Unpack and load the bus for the trip back to Flagstaff. Please note: The road from Diamond Creek to Seligman includes 20 miles of dirt road and is often bumpy and rutted. Those with back concerns should request sitting in the front of the bus.
 Lunch: "River-style" lunch in Seligman. You won't want to miss the Snow Cap Drive-In, a Route 66 Institutiton. Flush toilet at last!
 Afternoon: Travel through the Hualapai Reservation to Route 66. Late afternoon arrival back to "civilization" , hotel check in and a long, hot shower in Flagstaff.
 Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant with your fellow intrepid adventurers!
 Evening: Time to recap the trip of a lifetime and plan your next Road Scholar adventure with new friends.
   
Accommodations: La Quinta Inn
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Departure
(Wednesday, August 27)
   
 Breakfast: Program ends after breakfast with independent departures.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Flagstaff, AZ Flagstaff Area
Points of Interest w/in 2 hours of Flagstaff: Walnut Canyon NM, Wupatki NM, Sunset Crater NM, Museum of Northern Arizona, Downtown Flagstaff & old Route 66, Lowell Observatory, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona Red Rocks and the Secret Mountain Wilderness, Montezuma’s Castle NM, Tuzigoot NM, Jerome, AZ Ghost Town, San Francisco Peaks and the Kachina Wilderness, Hopi & Navajo Reservations, La Posada Hotel / Restaurant at Winslow, AZ, Grand Canyon Railroad @ Williams, AZ and the Grand Canyon National Park. For additional information, visit www.flagstaffarizona.org
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


An Introduction to Grand Canyon Ecology


Author: Houk, Rose


Description: 56pp



Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West


Author: Stegner, Wallace


Description: Here Wallace Stegner, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, gives us a thrilling account of Powell's struggle against western geography and Washington politics. We witness the successes and frustrations of Powell's distinguished career, and appreciate his unparalleled understanding of the West. "Stegner's most exciting work." (San Francisco Chronicle) 496pp



Breaking Into the Current: Boatwomen of the Grand Canyon


Author: Teal, Louise


Description: In 1973, Marilyn Sayre gave up her job as a computer programmer and became the first woman in twenty years to run a commercial boat through the Grand Canyon. Georgie White had been the first, back in the 1950s, but it took time before other women broke into guiding passengers down the Colorado River. This book profiles eleven of the first full-season Grand Canyon boatwomen, weaving together their various experiences in their own words. Breaking Into the Current is a story of romance between women and a place. Each woman tells a part of every Canyon boatwoman's story: when Marilyn Sayre talks about leaving the Canyon, when Ellen Tibbets speaks of crew camaraderie, or when Martha Clark recalls the thrill of white water, each tells how all were involved in the same romance. All the boatwomen have stories to tell of how they first came to the Canyon and why they stayed. Some speak of how they balanced their passion for being in the Canyon against the frustration of working in a traditionally male-oriented occupation, where today women account for about fifteen percent of the Canyon's commercial river guides. As river guides in love with the Canyon and their work, these women have followed their hearts. "I've done a lot," says Becca Lawton, "but there's been nothing like holding those oars in my hands and putting my boat exactly where I wanted it. Nothing." 178pp



Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water


Author: Reisner, Marc


Description: The story of the American West is the story of a relentless quest for a precious resource: water. It is a tale of rivers diverted and dammed, of political corruption and intrigue, of billion-dollar battles over water rights, of ecologic and economic disaster. In Cadillac Desert Marc Reisner writes of the earliest settlers, lured by the promise of paradise, and of the ruthless tactics employed by Los Angeles politicians and business interests to ensure the city's growth. He documents the bitter rivalry between two government giants, the Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in the competition to transform the West. Based on more than a decade of research, Cadillac Desert is a stunning expose and a dramatic, intriguing history of the creation of an Eden--and Eden that may be only a mirage. 608pp



Field Guide to the Grand Canyon


Author: Whitney, Stephen R


Description: This book describes and illustrates the area's plants and animals, and offers fascinating in-depth information on the natural history and geology of this dramatic region. 272pp



I Am the Grand Canyon: The Story of the Havasupai People


Author: Hirst, Stephen


Description: I Am the Grand Canyon is the story of the Havasupai people. From their origins among the first group of Indians to arrive in North America some 20,000 years ago to their epic struggle to regain traditional lands taken from them in the nineteenth century, the Havasupai have a long and colorful history. The story of this tiny tribe once confined to a too small reservation depicts a people with deep cultural ties to the land, both on their former reservation below the rim of the Grand Canyon and on the surrounding plateaus. 276pp



Introduction to Grand Canyon Geology


Author: Price, L Greer


Description: This overview of Grand Canyon geology is perfect for the first-time visitor or the seasoned Grand Canyon traveler. Chapters cover the basic priciples of geology, the history of geological exploration at Grand Canyon, the canyon's structural features, and the Colorado River. Includes over 70 photos and illustrations, an index, and glossary. 63pp



Living at the Edge: Explorers, Exploiters, and Settlers of the Grand Canyon Region


Author: Anderson, Michael F


Description: A comprehensive look at the pioneer history of the Grand Canyon Region, from its earliest residents to the creation of the national park at the end of the pioneer era (circa 1920). Included are close to two hundred historic photographs, many never published before, and 12 custom maps of the region. 184pp



The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons


Author: Powell, John Wesley


Description: Full text of Powell's 1,000-mile expedition down the fabled Colorado in 1869. Superb account of terrain, geology, vegetation, Indians, famine, mutiny, treacherous rapids, mighty canyons. 240 illustrations. 432pp



The Man Who Walked Through Time: The Story of the First Trip Afoot Through the Grand Canyon


Author: Fletcher, Colin


Description: The remarkable classic of nature writing by the first man ever to have walked the entire length of the Grand Canyon. 256pp





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