May 11, 2021

Lazy days of floating the Labyrinth

If you’re looking for a one-credit class this fall, please consider GEO 2700 Science Excursion: Geology of Labyrinth Canyon, which is a collaborative course with the CEU Geology Department and CEU Outdoors. It’s a four-day (Sept 11-13) canoe trip through Labyrinth Canyon, a 40-mile stretch of the Green River south of the town of Green River and north of Canyonlands National Park.

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If you’re looking for a one-credit class this fall, please consider GEO 2700 Science Excursion: Geology of Labyrinth Canyon, which is a collaborative course with the CEU Geology Department and CEU Outdoors. It’s a four-day (Sept 11-13) canoe trip through Labyrinth Canyon, a 40-mile stretch of the Green River south of the town of Green River and north of Canyonlands National Park.
A $150 fee covers the cost of food, transportation, canoes and common gear. Students will need to provide their own dry bags, tents & sleeping bags, which are available for rental at a nominal fee through Carbon Recreation.
Students who enroll for credit will be required to participate in an orientation meeting (TBA) for the four-day trip and write a summary paper about the geology of the region.
You may also participate in the trip without enrolling for credit.
For more information, please contact Michelle Fleck, Ph.D. (613-5232) or Steve Christensen at Carbon Recreation (636-3702) or CEU (613-5663).

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