Join Splore for the annual Friends & Family adventure of whitewater rafting this July 7-8. Experience an overnight trip on the beautiful Fisher Towers stretch of the Colorado and enjoy delicious meals, play games on the beach and sleep under the stars.
Splore is a nonprofit outdoor adventure organization that specializes in recreation for people with special needs and disabilities. This special Open Adventure trip is open to any individual, family or group of friends who are looking for an exciting time in beautiful red rock country.
The trip will kick off at Hittle Bottom in Moab at 10am and will continue to Takeout Beach the following day. No rafting experience is necessary and Splore provides all equipment and instruction necessary. The trip cost is $200 per person, which includes meals, camping equipment and a vehicle shuttle. If finances are an obstacle, please contact Splore about scholarship options that are available to everyone.
“I’m not allowed to have favorites,” laughed Lindsay Malone, a Splore guide, “but some of my favorite memories are from our Open Adventure trips. It’s so neat to see people from all walks of life come together and have a wonderful adventure together.”
Since 1977, Splore has been a part of the Moab community, providing whitewater rafting adventures for people of all abilities and creating memories that last a lifetime. Throughout the summer, Splore provides trips to individuals, families and groups with a spectrum of disabilities, whether physical, cognitive, financial or social. “I LOVE THE SPLORE STAFF & VOLUNTEERS!!” wrote one Splore participant, “You make the impossible possible; the true miracle workers. I can’t begin to thank you enough.”
No matter the ability level, Splore is able to adapt a rafting experience that will be sure to stay in your hearts forever.
If you’d like more information about this topic, please call Lindsay Malone at 801-484-4128 or email Lindsay at Lindsay@splore.org