Please join us for a world-class all-women canoe trip. We will be immersed in the historic journey that Sacagawea and Lewis and Clark took as we paddle the route of one of America’s most well-known women explorers.
Make a tax-deductible donation to Conservation Lands Foundation today and be part of this once-in-a-generation opportunity to conserve tens of millions of acres of rivers, desert canyons, entire mountain ranges, historic sites and wildlife habitat for future generations!
Experience the Owyee's breathtaking side canyons, rapids, rugged rock spires and wildlife that make it Oregon's version of the Grand Canyon.
In the upper Colville Basin, in the far western Brooks Range there is a wilderness almost totally unknown. Shallow, clear and punctuated by rocky bluffs, the Ipnavik River takes us through one of the least visited parts of Alaska. With help from CLF this area may someday form the core of the 5 Rivers Wilderness Area. After a week of paddling and hiking in the Brooks Range we fly to the Chukchi Coast and spend a couple of nights camping on the Arctic Ocean.
Bears Ears National Monument draws people from around the world to experience the highest density of Ancestral Puebloan cliff ruins and rock art in the nation. This is one of the most incredible natural settings in the West with miles of spectacular canyons lined with cliffs cut across the mesa some ruins are perched high on ledges and under overhangs.
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