Since 1958, Tex’s Riverways has provided professional canoe and kayak outfitting services to groups of all sizes traveling on the Colorado and Green Rivers near Moab, Utah. Backed by a solid reputation, our family owned and operated business emphasizes the ethical treatment of a pristine landscape and offers an unmatched degree of personal experience on the Colorado River, the Green River, and in the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park.
We cater to self-guided trips and gladly provide basic information, advice, logistical support, and rental equipment to ensure a safe and comfortable experience for all of our clients. In a canyonlands wilderness environment that presents variable and often difficult conditions, we provide a very specialized and reliable shuttle service.
You can book with us by following this link to our online reservation form.
For the months of November and December we will not be keeping regular office hours. We will however be checking email and voicemail on a frequent basis. Do not hesitate to email us with questions or you can leave us a voicemail if you would like for us to call you back. If you would like to make a reservation for 2016 you can request specific dates by following the link provided on this page to our online reservation form.
We are definitely taking reservations for 2016 during November, December and throughout the off-season. We encourage you to book as soon as you are able to determine your preferred schedule for launch and pick-up dates. Booking early will always give you the best chance at getting the shuttle dates that you prefer.
During January and February we will be in the office Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The 2016 river season will run from March 1st to October 31st.
Thanks for visiting!
Tex's Riverways PO Box 67 Moab, UT 84532 firstname.lastname@example.org
Toll Free: 877-MOABTEX (877-662-2839) or 435-259-5101
Tex’s Riverways is licensed by the State of Utah, Bureau of Land Management, and National Park Service to conduct river shuttles on the Colorado and Green rivers.