At Hondoo Rivers & Trails, the safety and well-being of our program participants, staff and community is our biggest concern and priority.
On March 16, 2020, the Southeast Utah Health Department (SEUHD) Health Office declared a Local Public Health Emergency concerning COVID-19 (Order SEUHD2020-02). We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic as it evolves and will continue to update this page with information about our programs and company decisions.
We are taking a proactive approach to control the spread of this illness. We are following Federal, State and Local guidelines along with precautionary measures including social distancing (6 feet) and regularly disinfecting.
Our office remains OPEN and we are AVAILABLE to schedule appropriately
All scheduled events through May 30 have been canceled or postponed.
We will continue to stay in close communication with all of our program participants registered to join us later this year.
We know you understand the benefits of spending time in nature and hope you are able to slow down, experience outdoor spaces near you, and share moments of gratitude with your family.
We are reeling from the impact of COVID-19 on our operations, programs, finances, and mission within our organization and the community at large. Your support is critical in these uncertain times. If you are able, please, consider a gift trip or rescheduling to a later date so that we may continue quality outdoor guided experiences that inspire care of wild places and renew the human spirit.
We greatly appreciate your understanding and support. Now more than ever we need to exemplify our values of respect, teamwork, and responsibility. Together, with each other’s support, we will make it through this unsettling time and continue to explore and care for the Colorado Plateau.
Gary George and Pat Kearney