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The October, 2018, Noncommercial River Trip Regulations are [https://rrfw.org/RGCwiki/images/2/2f/Oct_2018_noncommercial_river_trip_regulations.pdf here.] You can also find them at the Grand Canyon National Park web site [http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/upload/Noncommercial_River_Trip_Regulations.pdf here.]
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The October, 2018, Noncommercial River Trip Regulations (NCOR's) are [https://rrfw.org/RGCwiki/images/2/2f/Oct_2018_noncommercial_river_trip_regulations.pdf here.] You can also find them at the Grand Canyon National Park web site [http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/upload/Noncommercial_River_Trip_Regulations.pdf here.]
  
You can also link to the Commercial River Running Operating Requirements at the NPS web site [http://www.nps.gov/grca/parkmgmt/upload/2011-final-cors.pdf here.] It's a good idea to print out the Commercial River Running Operating Requirements and take a copy on your trip.  
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You should also have a copy of the Commercial River Running Operating Requirements (COR's). You can download the 2019 COR's [https://rrfw.org/RGCwiki/images/7/72/2019_final_CORs.pdf here.] It's a good idea to print out the COR's and take a copy on your trip if you are on the river between April 1 and the end of November.  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:15, 2 April 2019

The October, 2018, Noncommercial River Trip Regulations (NCOR's) are here. You can also find them at the Grand Canyon National Park web site here.

You should also have a copy of the Commercial River Running Operating Requirements (COR's). You can download the 2019 COR's here. It's a good idea to print out the COR's and take a copy on your trip if you are on the river between April 1 and the end of November.

Click Appendices to return to the Appendices page.