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Advice for 2 night intro trip to Moab in early June (1-3)

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I am thinking about doing an impromptu brief trip to Moab to check it out, June 1-3. I will be driving my own 4 wheel drive from Salt Lake City. I love white water rafting and would like to do a 1 day trip or even an overnight trip. I found a place called Red River adventures, anyone have any experience with them?

http://redriveradventures.com/utah-rafting/dolores-river/

I suspect this is peak season and I am hoping I can do the rafting with little advance notice since this is coming up soon. I would love to do class 3 to 4 rapids.

I am seeking any advice from cool places to eat, great hikes, things not to miss, thoughts on my timing and short notice spontaneous plans, etc. I am going solo on this trip, am in pretty good shape although not an experienced hiker or mountain biker. I am good for moderate exertion but am not hard core.

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