Originally Posted by tjligon25
They did the same for us, had slickhorn E and Steer Gulch, for us they just removed Slickhorn E now we only have Steer Gulch. We just assumed it was because they could control when River right opens, but not River left so better safe to just not use the Navajo camps. That was another concern of ours - with no one using the left bank camps, how crowded will the right bank camps get? IE hard to find open ones, etc.
Just FYI to anyone who does have have launches: I spoke to Valerie from Val's San Juan Shuttles and she did say if and when the river opens she will be open to shuttle vehicles, with some added steps like wiping down high touch car surfaces with disinfectant wipes, etc. We were planning on providing sanitizer in each car for the drivers as well.
Thank you! I sent Val an email yesterday asking, but haven't heard back yet.
Another FYI - I called the San Juan Inn yesterday (right by the Mexican Hat bridge) and they said we are welcome to stop in to top off on ice and water as we float by.
I recall seeing very few folks camping on river left during our trip last year so hopefully that won't be an issue (if we do get to launch). Gotta hear soon, right? I'm assuming there will also be quite a few no-shows and maybe some will have to cancel due to group size limitations (again, if we're lucky enough for them to open.) I'm sitting on the edge of my seat.