221 North 400 East
7 Days $1899View Dates & Prices
Learn to guide an oar raft down the upper stretches of the Green River in northeastern Utah with one of the most reputable rafting outfitters in the world. As you travel through two strikingly beautiful river canyons into the heart of Dinosaur National Monument, our experienced river guides—all with whitewater rescue training and extensive guiding experience—will share a wealth of outdoor and river knowledge with you.
On this 7-day, 6-night beginner whitewater rowing course, you’ll learn and practice newly-acquired skills as you make your way downstream, camping at different locations throughout the trip. Instruction and hands-on learning occurs both on the river and in camp. No prior outdoor or whitewater rafting experience is required.
The Upper Green River Rowing Clinic includes:
This 7-day floating whitewater rowing clinic is ideal for:
An example of skills taught during OARS’ beginner whitewater rowing courses:
Why choose OARS?
As one of the pioneering companies behind the rafting industry, OARS has been guiding people on rivers and coastlines worldwide since 1969. But beyond our 50 years of experience:
Start your career as a river guide
Working within the rafting industry has become increasingly competitive. OARS whitewater guide school and rowing clinic courses are a great way to get your foot in the door with us. If you do well during the Upper Green River Rowing Clinic and prove you have what it takes to join the ranks of some of the most respected guides in the industry, we just might consider asking you to join our team. We do give preferential consideration to our guide school and rowing clinic graduates.
221 North 400 East
20% discount off regular price for active military personnel, emergency first responders and students with a valid university ID!
Prices subject to National Park Service Approval
O.A.R.S. Canyonlands, Inc. is an authorized concessioner of Dinosaur National Monument.
We respect and recognize that many of the river canyons, national forests, BLM and state lands, as well as national parks where we operate are the ancestral homes of many indigenous communities. In Utah, we acknowledge various bands of the Ute, as well as the Eastern Shoshone, Diné, Pueblos, Hopi, Havasupai, Hualapai, and Southern Paiute whose traditional territories include stretches of the San Juan, Colorado, Green and Yampa Rivers where we operate.