Western River Expeditions Freezes 2012 Rates On Eight Iconic Rafting Expeditions for 2013 If Reservations Made by Sept. 21, 2012

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Sept. 12, 2012– When Summer 2012’s door closes in a few weeks, the summer of 2013 beckons for early birds who book a two to six-day river rafting adventure with Western River Expeditions in Utah, Idaho or Oregon for the 2013 season.

The rates on rafting trips for next year if booked by Sept. 21, 2012 will be held at 2012 prices, representing considerable savings for anyone who can plan now for next summer’s vacation.

Multi-day river expeditions are featured on a total of six iconic western rivers including; the Colorado, Green, Rogue, Main Salmon, Middle Fork of the Salmon and Snake. All-inclusive rates begin at just $290 per person per day for adults and $190 for youth (5 to 15) plus tax on a trip through Desolation Canyon on Utah’s Green River. Air to the gateway city not included. See: http://www.westernriver.com/lp/rates-deal/.

River trips included in this promotion are:

Utah – Cataract Canyon / Colorado River, 4 Days, May-August http://www.westernriver.com/trips/cataract/

Utah – Cataract Canyon Express / Colorado River, 2 Days, May-July http://www.westernriver.com/trips/canyonlands/

Utah – Desolation Canyon / Green River, 4 & 5 Days, May-July http://www.westernriver.com/trips/green/

Oregon – Rogue River Lodge to Lodge, 3 & 4 Days, June-August http://www.westernriver.com/trips/rogue-river-rafting/

Idaho – Middle Fork of the Salmon, 5 & 6 Days, June-August http://www.westernriver.com/trips/middleforksalmon/

Idaho – Lower Salmon River Canyons Family Trip, 5 Days, July-August http://www.westernriver.com/trips/salmon-river-canyons/

Idaho – Hells Canyon / Snake River, 4 to 6 Days, May-September http://www.westernriver.com/trips/snakeriver/

Idaho – Main Salmon River, 5 Days, June-August http://www.westernriver.com/trips/mainsalmon/

There is also a promotion where by a trip organizer can go free if they can fill a trip with a minimum number of guests (usually 14-28 people). Call 866-904-1160 for details.

Western River Expeditions

Western River Expeditions (http://www.westernriver.com/) is an adventure travel company headquartered in Salt Lake City, with operations and offices in Moab, Utah and Fredonia, Arizona. Annually from March through October it escorts more people down rivers on professionally guided rafting trips in Utah, Idaho and Arizona than any other company. It is the largest licensed outfitter in the Grand Canyon and the largest single tour provider in Moab, UT, through its division Moab Adventure Center (http://www.moabadventurecenter.com/).

Western River Expeditions, providing Grand Canyon rafting, Utah rafting, and Idaho rafting trips, was founded in 1961 by Colorado River rafting pioneer Jack Currey. Today it pursues a “guiding green” philosophy and belongs to some of the top environmentally conscious organizations in the world: Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association, American Rivers, Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics, Utah Rivers Council, America Outdoors, and National River Cleanup Week. See: http://www.westernriver.com/whywestern/environment.php 

Western River Expeditions has been named one of the “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth” by the editors of National Geographic Adventure magazine. The company was honored last spring as the 2011 recipient of "Best of State" through Utah’s Premier Recognition and Awards Program. This is the eighth consecutive year Western River Expeditions has earned this distinction.  For Reservations call: Toll-Free: 866.904.1160 or 801.942.6669. 

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