The Arkansas River is America’s most popular rafting river, and with good reason! Spectacular scenery and rafting for all ages and abilities combine to make unforgettable experience.
Bighorn Sheep Canyon, home to numerous herds of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, is an exciting trip for the whole family. This action-packed scenic ride offers the ideal introduction to whitewater rafting. Class II to Class III+ rapids guarantee an exciting time as you ride the roller coaster waves of the Arkansas River.
Royal Gorge is the ultimate challenge. This adventure packed trip through the 1100′ cliffs is famous for its steep drops, huge waves, and continuous Class III to Class IV+ whitewater. The spectacular scenery and rapids of the Royal Gorge will thrill even the most experienced whitewater veteran.
Family Float raft trip is a scenic, leisurely paced trip chosen specifically to provide a river rafting experience, ideal for young children, while enjoying minimum whitewater.
Steep and narrow Clear Creek offers some of Colorado’s most exciting whitewater rafting trips. Only 25 miles west of Denver in Idaho Springs, Clear Creek is a short and scenic drive up I-70 from wherever you’re staying, or an easy stop on your way up to Colorado’s spectacular high country.
Beginner Classic, a great mountain trip for the whole family. This exciting one-third day trip is filled with non-stop action packed Class III whitewater as you raft through the historic Idaho Springs mining district.
Intermediate Canyon is Clear Creek’s most popular stretch of river! Brace yourself for the continuous Class III and Class IV action. This is our choice for thrill-seekers and adventurous first time rafters.
Advanced Canyon is our most challenging trip, running the intense rapids of Lower Clear Creek Canyon, including Beaver Falls, Guide Ejector, Double Knife, and Hells Corner. Prior Class IV experience is suggested.
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