Green River Ramble Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The Green River Ramble is a 21.4-mile out-and-back ride on mostly flat terrain; there are some false flats, plus one short, steep climb and descent. The ride parallels the Green River from the namesake city to Swasey’s Beach and back. The Green River originates in the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming, where it heads south, into Colorado, then into Utah, eventually joining the Colorado River.
The Green River is the Colorado’s largest tributary. Through most of Utah the Green River is deep, powerful, and navigable. The river is frequented by boaters, river rafters, and anglers. A long stretch of the river passes through a region of Utah that is completely uninhabited, with no paved roads. The region was not explored or mapped until the latter half of the nineteenth century, making it one of the “last unknown”
areas of the continental United States."