Join New Mexico Wild, Quiet Waters Paddling and Far Flung Adventures to explore the primitive aspects of the lifeline of New Mexico from Bernalillo to the Alameda Bridge in Albuquerque. Our experienced guides and conservationists will provide history and discuss important issues about this highly managed, but gorgeous stretch of the Rio Grande River.
This is a very mellow float trip with few sections of fast moving water.
Cost: $75, including canoe, kayak, or inflatable kayak, gear, guides, light lunch, and shuttle. Approximately 4 hours on the water. Arrive 15 minutes early.
This outing will be meeting at the MRGCD/Village of Corrales unimproved parking lot immediately northwest of the bridge at 10:30 AM.
This property is accessed from westbound Alameda Blvd traffic only.
Look for a small driveway on your right just as you have crossed over the bridge. You may also notice a large concrete boat launch and MRGCD/Village of Corrales gates and signage. Look for our dark blue 15 passenger vans. Please be on time - we'll be **departing** at the indicated time to head to Bernalillo.
Please do not leave any valuables in your vehicle(s). This parking area is not regularly patrolled by law enforcement.
Additional Communication Notice
Although Quiet Waters Paddling Adventures policy is to never share our guest's contact information, for this outing we do pass it along to New Mexico Wilderness Alliance so they can keep participants up to date directly with details regarding this event.
Most people are happy to receive the updates, but please let us know if you do not want to receive these communications. Thanks again for your reservation. Looking forward to meeting you on the river!
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