More Popular Rivers for Rafting in Colorado

ANIMAS RIVER

Relax and enjoy a different view of historic Durango, Colorado as you bounce through fun filled rapids like Smelter, Sawmill, Santa Rita and Pinball. Your guide will share history of the region and stories of local traditions. Lower Animas River rafting trips 2 hrs to full day.

BLUE RIVER

If you choose Blue River as your Colorado Rafting destination, you will be riding the whitewater in an beautiful alpine setting. Located below Lake Dillon, the Blue River offers Class II to Class III action in Summit County–the only river to do so in the area.

CACHE LA POUDRE RIVER

Pristine and protected: that’s Cache la Poudre River. You can enjoy your Colorado rafting experience in Colorado’s first and only designated National Wild & Scenic River. All rafting trips are just outside Rocky Mountain National Park, a one hour drive from Denver or the town of Estes Park.

CLEAR CREEK RIVER

Thirty minutes west of Denver and the Summit County ski resort towns and surrounded by Ponderosa Pine, Juniper and Douglas Fir trees, the Clear Creek River tumbles through the old mining town of Idaho Springs.

DOLORES RIVER

Dolores River is one of the Southwest’s best-kept secrets. Solitude, scenery, wildlife, plant life and ancient rock art are all part of this unique rafting experience. Starting at the base of the 14,000-foot San Juan Mountains, the Dolores River is about 25 miles north of Cortez, Colorado.

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