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Here we go, it's time to start the planning phase of the trip again.

This page will be Tank's page to post proposed schedules and hiking trips.






The Dirty Devil River

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Our Trip Photos 2008

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In keeping with those who like to explore the outdoors and take advantage of what America's backcountry has to offer, we are going to document our experience down the Dirty Devil River in southeastern Utah. Our journey begins in Hanksville, Utah where we will drop into the Dirty Devil River, to immerse ourselves in one of the most unique "river travel experiences" to be found in the southwest.  When you take on an challenge like this it is very important to be prepared! On our site we will provide you with an accurate and detailed list of packing items and the products we used. We take safety seriously and so we will use only the best equipment we can acquire for this trip.  After all it is the Dirty Devil River.  The Dirty Devil River can test one's will and we hope that we can help you enjoy it with our detailed report of our experience and give you a better insight as to what you are up against by loading a bunch of our Dirty Devil River Photos on our sight.  Its all free so feel free to print away if you find one you like!


This website is an informational website aimed at fostering conscientious environmental stewardship of the Dirty Devil River Water Shed, its surrounding eco-systems and its numerous native American historical sites.  It's our hope this information will contribute to increased public awareness of an old American treasure...the Dirty Devil River. 


Another good source of information in the BLM office in Hanksville Utah. I talked to the biologist there about the Dirty Devil River and she was awesome. Here are the some of the quick hits... Camp where others have camped before, there is no need to cut any firewood (very true we found plenty on the ground), Be in good physical condition (no lie about that), take any pictures of the Mexican spotted owl if you see one or any other unusual animals that look out of place, and last of all leave it better than you found it! We would like to give a big thanks to them for the accurate information about the Dirty Devil River and its attributes.


The information listed on this site was accurate as of the time we noted the observations.  Be aware that this information may or may not be correct due to changing environmental conditions, water levels, rock slides etc.  Use prudence if planning your own trip, contact the most up-to-date sources of info on the area, and be prepared to adjust your plans for "ANY" contingency.  Your life may depend on it!

Do not rely on this site as your sole reference.


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