MORGAN COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) The Good4Utah Road Tour rolled into East Canyon State Park Thursday. The reservoir is fantastic for boating and if you’re looking to wrestle some small rapids, there’s a stretch of the Weber River that will guide you through Morgan County.
When you visit East Canyon, you’ve got to show Morgan County some love and hit the Weber River for a dose of your rafting fun.
Grab your paddles and your life vest and make a splash on the Weber River.
“It’s a fairly small river, but it’s big enough that it’s challenging. But one of the things that make it’s great is being able to practice balance and stability,” said Camberlynne Richins, Henefer resident.
Morgan County combines all of our stunning Utah landscapes in one river trip.
“It has amazing scenery, anything from Devil’s Slide, it’s so crazy, it’s so vast and so different than many other rivers. You start at the top and the scenery it just completely changes.” said Richins.
Destination sports and their adventures make sure you get to see them all.
“The Weber River is a white water river. We run rafts, paddle rafts, kayaks and tubes, and just this year we are running stand up paddle boards,” said Richins.
The Weber River has the excitement and adventure rafters crave maneuvering through the rock garden and the killer pillars will keep you on our toes. Just make sure you pack your whitewater gear and a guide for beginners.
“The Weber River is generally recognized as a class 2 white water river, that means the rapids have good splash potential but they are not real scary. Sometimes at high flow times it can be a lower class 3,” said Richins.
It’s also the closet whitewater experience to the Wasatch Front forget traveling three to five hours for the splash factor and a silver of the outdoors. It’s a rafting trip you won’t forget and a view of Morgan County you can’t really see anywhere else.
“It’s the best church somebody can get. To be outside in nature and enjoy it.”
So are you ready to book your river trip? If you need more information on Destination Sports and Adventures, click here.