San Juan River Trips Overview

Tsé Kooh Outfitters offers three different types of San Juan River adventures. They are the Sand Island to Mexican Hat stretch covering 27 river miles — a three-day, 2-night float. Our second option is a five-day, four-night San Juan River adventure from Mexican Hat to Clay Hills, a distance of 58 river miles. Our third river trip is a complete San Juan River adventure. Eight days and seven nights, from Sand Island to Clay Hills, covering 84 river miles of premier southwest boating.

The river has a fascinating way of drawing people together. It’s the perfect environment for family and friends. In addition to specially chartered whitewater trips, we offer kayak support excursions. Under our expert supervision, those seeking the ultimate adventure will be rewarded by the challenge of the river. Or combine new knowledge with pleasure. Guest instructors on our training and nature seminars cover such diverse interests as geology, photography, archeology, and natural history. Sound interesting? Contact us for details about any of these trips or to plan a custom trip of your own.

3-day River Trip From Sand Island To Mexican Hat

Adults – $950
Children Under 15 – $850

5-day river tour
5-day River Trip From Mexican Hat To Clay Hills

Adults – $1,585
Children Under 15 – $1,485

River canyon
8 Days Full Canyon Sand Island To Clay Hills

Adults – $2,536
Children Under 15 – $2,436

PRO Floats

Our PRO San Juan Trips include the expertise of professionals in their field. Rather a geologist, ornithologist, archeologist, musician or Cultural Educator, Tsé Kóóh Outfitters prides itself on our lineup of professionals that are willing to boat with us and share their passion with our guests. These trips cost more because our PROs are paid!

Music tour
Musical Currents

Four Day Upper $1,500
Six Day Lower Canyon $2,250

San Juan Audubon

Four day Upper Canyon $1,500

Ute interpretating petroglyphs
Rock Art
3-Day San Juan River Trips
Pre-trip Meet And Greet

Designed And Built With Care

The evening before your river trip you’ll meet your crew at a predetermined location for a casual meet and greet. Crew will answer questions, provide dry bags and demonstrate how to use them. Your Trip Leader, the “TL,” will familiarize your group with the area, the gear, and the safety practices that ensure a great time on the river.