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San Juan River Rafting Guidebook
On a conveyer belt of current for the first part of the journey, the San Juan takes you through beautiful canyons and is ripe with natural history. This is a great trip for those new to whitewater and who are looking to get into multi-day trips.
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Upper San Juan – Class I & II
Running from Sand Hill to Mexican Hat, the Upper is the most common San Juan Trip. With Bluff, UT just up the road you have access to some last-minute amenities before you head off. The primary benefit of doing this section is you don’t have to deal with the flat water and sand bars near Lake Powell, unless you continue through, of course.
Lower San Juan – Class II & III
Mexican Hat to Clay Hills, this stretch is commonly done injunction with the Upper San Juan. You do have the option to put in here though. This stretch gets you into the canyon portion of the San Juan. The latter part of the Lower San Juan runs into Lake Powell, which creates many miles of flatwater as you reach the takeout.