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National Parks Week Offers You An Opportunity To Save On A Float Trip Through Canyonlands National Park or Dinosaur National Monument


National Parks Week, which kicks off Saturday, brings you an opportunity to save on a float trip through either Dinosaur National Monument or Canyonlands National Park with one of the oldest raft companies in the West.

To celebrate National Parks Week, Holiday River Expeditions, which has been running rivers in Utah for 46 years, is offering savings up to $200 per person, and not just on floating. There's also a deal out there to please mountain bikers anxious to head down the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands.

"We are excited to offer these special prices on our whitewater rafting trips and mountain biking trips and we know they will fill up quickly,” said Karen Johnson, Holiday River Expedition’s manager. “We tried to put together several of our most exhilarating trips through Canyonlands National Park and Dinosaur National Park in honor of National Parks Week.”

Here's the skinny:

Book your space on select Cataract Canyon Rafting or Combo Cataract Rafting & White Rim Trail Mt Biking trips and you can take $200 OFF the Adult Fare. Or if you just want the ultimate mountain biking adventure you can save $100 OFF the Adult Rate on our White Rim Trail Mt Biking trip. Our rafting or biking trips offer the ultimate access to the hidden treasures of this legendary wilderness park. National Parks Week Special Ends April 27th.
As for Dinosaur, book your space on select Yampa River or Combo Yampa Bike & Raft trips and take $200 OFF the Adult Fare. Dinosaur National Monument is a hidden gem in the Park system with the last undammed truly WILD river in the Colorado River system.

Holiday River Expedition trips can be enjoyed by children as young as five years old and they are offered in three-, four-, five-, six-, and seven-day trips. Rafting and biking trips are located on the Colorado River, the Green River, and other rivers located in Utah, Idaho and Colorado. This allows visitors to choose a trip, location, and time frame that will work with almost any schedule or skill level.

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