ELDORADO GOLD CANOE TRIP
Our most adventurous and remote canoe trip. Hiking, hot springs, caves, and exploring tunnels of a historic mine.
About the Experience
See Hoover Dam up close as you load your canoe for paddling through Black Canyon on the Colorado River.
Black Canyon's current is moving flat-water and is suitable for beginners as well as seasoned paddlers. Your guide will show you hidden places such as Gold Strike Canyon, Lone Palm Canyon, Arizona Hot Springs, Monkey Hole, and many other treats.
Relax and soak in the natural hot tubs, paddle into rain caves, and take time to study ancient rock art left by the Mohave tribes who inhabited the area. You may see desert bighorn sheep, bald eagles, coyotes, and turkey vultures. Anglers can bring a rod & reel, and try their hand at some world-class striped bass fishing.
Fresh meals will be enjoyed around the campfire, and evenings are free to relax, read, hike, or explore on your own. Enjoy the sounds of the river as it lulls you to sleep, embers popping from the campfire.
At Eldorado canyon, explore the inner workings of the most famous gold mine in Southern Nevada. Visit three different shafts, which descend over 900 feet.
This four day multi-sport expedition packs the best outdoor adventures into one trip. You don't want to miss it!
This tour package for two includes a hotel room in historic Boulder City at the newly remodeled Best Western, along with breakfast at the Southwest Diner. The hotel is within walking distance of local shops, brew pubs, and restaurants.
ACTIVITIES & HIGHLIGHTS
- Hot Springs
- Slot Canyon Hiking
- Wildlife Viewing
- Campfire Cooking
- Gold Mine Tour
SKILL LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
Suitable for enthusiastic beginners and those seeking a highly adventurous activity in a remote area. Outdoor experience is helpful but not required. Minimum required age: 14+ years.
Packing Your Gear
Come prepared. You will be traveling from the desert floor to mountain tops, and back down again. Temperatures can vary greatly, so it is best to be prepared for all types of weather conditions. We have put together a recommended gear list for you, to help make your journey comfortable and enjoyable.
- Two sets of clothing
- Dress in layers
- River sandals or water shoes (no flip flops)
- Swimsuit (wear under clothes)
- Towel (optional)
- Hat and sunglasses
- Water Bottle / Nalgene
- Personal hygiene kit
- Personal Medications
- Sunblock and Lip Balm (a must!)
- Headlamp (highly recommended)
- PHOTO ID
- Cash for souvenirs and tips*
In cooler months (Nov-March) add:
- Base layer (polypro, capilene, etc.)
- Fleece top (for warmth)
- Wool socks
- Windproof/rainproof jacket
- Ski type beanie/hat
* Gratuities for guides range from 10%-20% of trip cost
- - Tandem canoe
- Paddle and life vest
- All safety equipment
- Professional Guide
- Basic paddling instruction
- A dry bag for your essentials
- All meals, snacks, bottled water
- Kitchen and cooking equipment
- Tents, sleeping bag, pad, & pillow
- Hotel transportation
- One night stay in Boulder City
- Breakfast at Southwest Diner
*Gratuity not included