Update on the Shultz Fire

Quick update on the Shultz Fire – As of 7 am this morning it has grown to 14,300 acres since Sunday 06/20. There are 961 firefighters working on it and it is only 25% contained. The expected containment date is July 2nd. Check out these websites for more info: http://www.inciweb.org/incident/1996/...

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Awesome New Water Filter!

We’re pretty excited about our new water filters. Vital Water Products, owned and operated by Grand Canyon river guides, has developed a battery operated water filter that they have been field testing for the past 2 years on commercial river trips. The filter is super easy to use, batteries will...

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Pearce Ferry Road Opening Delayed

Okay, the latest and greatest with the Pearce Ferry Road – the Grand Canyon National Park Service is not announcing an exact date for the road opening. Could be as early as February or as late as March, so stay tuned folks. Also, fire blankets are not going to be...

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Pearce Ferry and Ramp Photos

Here are some photos of the new Pearce Ferry Road ramp and a shot of the rapid, that were taken over Thanksgiving weekend. It is scheduled to open on January 1st, 2010. Yahoo! We are encouraging all of our clients to take out at Pearce Ferry – it’ll save you...

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Off Season Discounts

Please keep in mind that Ceiba’s off season discount extends all the way through February 15th of 2010. We’d also like to thank all of our clients in 2009 for using Ceiba’s services. We sincerely appreciate your business and we’d love to see you again in 2010! To everyone out...

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Pearce Ferry Road Opening!

Well, its official- the Pearce Ferry Road will be open and available for takeouts by January 1st, 2010! Yippee! Ceiba is encouraging every trip to utilize this great resource. Why? Well, here are a few reasons: * You’ll save all your Hualapai exit fees at Diamond Creek. * You’ll get...

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Accident Insurance Now Available thru GCPBA!

Accident Insurance is now available through Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association. This is an awesome opportunity to get accident insurance for your river trip. You must be a GCPBA member to qualify, so sign up first. Then check out the many benefits the group policy through GCPBA program offers.  Ceiba...

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