Mulatos River, Sonora, Mexico 2


El Victor put-in on the Mulatos river.

Seven day journey begins.

Our first camp; Barbara Conboy relaxing in the morning sunshine.

Rowing through Barranca Mulatos –

More fun class III rapids!

Tabachin flowers are common –

Swimming in the clear warm water of Arroyo El Aliso.

Rocky Contos running Morita a big 6 – 9 foot drop.

Mostly with big waves –

Arroyo Las Perdices beach –

Lacey Anderson rowing into Lone Palm Canyon Gorge.

IKer’s in one of many scenic rock gorges.

Subtropical savannah of the Mulatos-Aros-Yaqui river.

Interested in doing the Mulatos river in August of 2012? Contact me through this website or my Facebook group “Womens Water Expeditions”.

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2 thoughts on “Mulatos River, Sonora, Mexico

  • Amy Neiblum

    You are my hero. YOu do what I just dream about. I am suffocating in my 9-5 desk job and look to people like you for inspiration. Would LOVE to join you in August! I’m not super experienced at this stuff, but I love it when I get out there! Also dream of doing Grand Canyon someday!

    Amy Neiblum

    • Administrator

      Thanks Amy. Yeah, I am back to work now too (if you can call river guiding – work). I am out in Colorado getting boats and gear ready for the season, with the company Adventure Bound River Expeditions. We do trips on the Colorado and Green Rivers. Since I am back to work on the rivers I am fairly hard to get ahold of, please contact Rocky Contos at about the Mulatos trip this August. Thanks so much for writing.