Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, car pool to Wahweap Campground on the beach at Lake Powell.
Wednesday., Sept. 3, board ferry to Rainbow Bridge National Monument for the boat ride across Lake Powell to tour the Monument site located on the Navajo Reservation.
Thursday, Sept. 4, After a morning swim in the Lake, drive a few miles to Antelope Canyon for a short hike and on to Lee's Ferry Campground and do a tour through historic Lee's Ferry and hike up Paria River to Lonely Dell Ranch, r.t. 2-3 miles.
Camp at Lee's Ferry Campground.
Friday, Sept. 5. Drive home
Issues to be brought up in conversation and discussion along the way are Pollution from the 4-corners power plant, possible recreational development at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers, and water shortage in the Colorado River and Lake Powell, to mention a few.
Meals in camp will be provided and prepared by the leaders. All participants will need are plates, cups, knives and forks. Meals are vegetarian friendly. If you have other health or personal preference issues, please contact the leader, or bring your own food items such a special teas, etc.
The cost of this trip is $195 which includes the ferry, the camp fees and the food. It does not include admission for optional tour of upper Antelope Canyon. Cost of the car pool will be decided by the drivers and determined by number of passengers divided into the cost of the gas used.