The Grand Canyon River Runners Association
is a non-profit group working to preserve public access to the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park for those who rely on the National Park Service's professional river concessioners.

gcrraOur goal is to preserve for the public the quality and quantity of professional river services traditionally available in the Grand Canyon.We believe that any reduction of services could severely limit the general public's ability to experience the Grand Canyon by river in a safe and responsible manner.
We seek to educate the public about Grand Canyon history and science, to keep the public informed about river access issues, and to promote the highest ideals of resource stewardship and conservation for the Colorado River corridor within the Grand Canyon.

GCRRA works to:

Preserve the public's current river access allotment; Protect the public's right to choose an environmentally responsible motorized or non-motorized river trip; Preserve the current diversity of trip options, including trip length and group size; Serve as a source of reference materials and information related to river running issues; Coordinate the voice and participation of the general public in Grand Canyon River planning processes; Provide a community forum for river runners.

We donate up to twenty percent of all GCRRA membership fees to organizations that support conservation activities along the river, or which provide visitation opportunities for special populations.




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GCRRA ANNOUNCES "USMC WOUNDED WARRIOR GRAND CANYON RAFTING TRIP" ... [read more]

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