Kayak Horseshoe Bend is a kayak, paddleboard and small inflatable watercraft backhaul service. We move small boats from the launch ramp at Lees Ferry (the beginning of the Grand Canyon) 15 miles up the Colorado River to just below the Glen Canyon Dam that creates Lake Powell. You can make a day of it paddling back to Lees Ferry or ask your captain to drop you off anywhere along the way for a paddle that fits your schedule … even just a couple hours.
Kayak Horseshoe Bend is a Lees Ferry Anglers Company, a fishing guide service with more than 40,000 days of operation on this river. We are fully permitted by the National Park Service.
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The kayak trip was awesome! The views were spectacular. We were able to customize our kayak trip for the time allotted. Terry, out boat captain, was very friendly.
The owner has many years of experience and knowledge of this river. He is very responsive in answering any questions that you may have. It was a pleasure to have met him and highly recommend using his company for your Colorado River experience!
Awesome service! Great guide who helped make decisions about where to camp and fish, boat was fast and comfortable, price was very reasonable. Can't wait to go back.
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Whether it’s an actual rainbow or our river wildlife – from condors soaring high above to Desert Big Horn Sheep and wild horses slurping river water – these are images not soon forgotten.[...]
Whether it’s an actual rainbow or our river wildlife – from condors soaring high above to Desert Big Horn Sheep and wild horses slurping river water – these are images not soon forgotten. You’ll instantly recognize our Desert Big Horn Sheep by their muscular body with chocolate brown fur. They have white fur around the […]
Horseshoe Bend is a dramatic example of a geological combination of a canyon and a river bend. First, a traditional meander was formed as faster moving water eroded the wider or outer part of the river and then deposited the silt on the inside of the river. Over time, this gradual cycle of erosion and […]
The Colorado River is often called the Eighth Wonder of the World. But it’s the only Wonder of the World with incredible trout fishing. Whether you choose to spin or fly-fish, the Colorado River between the Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry has been characterized as “the world’s largest spring creek” with more trout-per-mile than […]