PLEASE DO NOT DESTROY OR DEFACE HISTORICAL SITES
(East Side) CRYSTAL GEYSER was the result of an oil well being drilled. At one time it erupted every hour going 100 feet in the air. Although it is no longer as predictable, maybe you'll be lucky enough to see it. About 2 miles below the geyser is the AUGER, a series of corkscrew bends in the river.
(West Side) McCARTHY BOTTOM. Back on the ledge can be found old Indian writings.
(East Side) ANVIL BOTTOM. Named for the anvil-shaped rock above the river. The marker is on the lower end of the bottom, and it also marks the upper end of DOC BISHOP BOTTOM, where there is an old cabin.
(East Side) Upper end of the RUBY RANCH. Owned by "Dunham Livestock." This marker marks the site of an old TB Sanitarium. The remains of the old water wheel you see was put in by Glen Ruby, but it never pumped water because it was placed in an eddy. The San Rafael River joins the Green River on the opposite shore across from a boat ramp.
(East Side) The start of the canyon walls, which you will be in for on the rest of your journey down the Green River.
(West Side) THREE CANYONS. A spot where three box canyons all mouth at the same place. This is a very heavily used campsite, please consider using an alternative site.
(East Side) TEN MILE CANYON. You must go 10 miles up the canyon before you can get on top.
(West Side) KEG SPRING CANYON - TRAIL OUT.
(East Side) REGISTER ROCK. Names of river runners chiseled in ledge; also some Indian markings. PLEASE DO NOT ADD YOUR NAMES TO THE ROCK, USE THE REGISTER BOOKLET PROVIDED.
(East Side) D. JULIEN - MARCH 1836. Early river explorer.
(West Side) BOW KNOT. There is a rock up in the notch, bearing names of old boaters. They called it the POST OFFICE. From this point, you can almost throw rocks into the river on both sides; it will be about seven miles around the bow.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD YOUR NAMES TO THE ROCK, USE THE REGISTER BOOKLET PROVIDED.