Floating Through The Gates Of Lodore In Dinosaur National Monument
Western rivers are the lifeblood of the landscape, threading through canyons and sweeping past the plains.
The Green River is one such river, born high in the Wind River Range of Wyoming and flowing steadily down to its confluence with the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park. In Dinosaur National Monument, the Green has cut through the Uinta Mountains, creating the Gates of Lodore.
This short video captures a trip on the river as it flows through the monument.