TOUR WEST FREQUENTLY
What is the minimum age for your trips?
Do you offer travel/cancellation insurance?
Is there a preferable time to go?
What about bringing cameras?
What beverages does Tour West provide?
Can we expect rain?
Can we fish?
Can we swim in the river?
What’s the difference between motor and oar trips?
Do you offer discounts for families, youth and senior citizens?
What equipment does Tour West provide and what do I need to bring?
Can Tour West accommodate people with a special dietary needs or people with disabilities?
Can I bring my CPAP Machine on the River?
What is the Grand Canyon Conservation Fund?
In turn, this money is awarded in the form of grants to other non-profit conservation groups and those working to provide access to backcountry outdoor experiences for those with physical and socioeconomic challenges. The Grand Canyon Conservation Fund does not award grants to individuals or for-profit corporations.
The Grand Canyon Conservation Fund is managed wholly by volunteers. Administrative costs are less than two-tenths of one percent per year. That means over 99.8% of all donations go directly to protecting and conserving the Grand Canyon and providing access to those who would not otherwise have the opportunity to share in the Grand Canyon river experience.
All donations made to the Grand Canyon Conservation Fund are fully tax deductible as charitable giving. Internal Revenue Service documents granting the Grand Canyon Conservation Fund its tax exempt status as a non-profit public charity are available for public inspection at 119 E. Terrace Avenue, Suite A, Flagstaff, Arizona, during normal business hours.