Colorado whitewater rafting trips in Frisco, Breckenridge, Idaho Springs, Buena Vista & Kremmling since 1986. Half day to full day – we have do it all. And we love our rivers and the deep history and fun facts they bring to life
Fun Facts on the Rivers we ride!
Arkansas River – The Arkansas river is home to over 152 miles of rafting territory and drops about 4,650 feet in elevation over the course of the river. Meaning this is one wild ride!
Blue River – Blue River meanders through the Arapaho National Forest and offers over two miles of continuous whitewater, ending with continuous Class II rapids.
Clear Creek Colorado River – More rapids per mile than most commercially rafted rivers in Colorado. I like a good rapid!
Rafting Dolores River – The river was explored and possibly named by Juan Maria Antonio Rivera during an 1765 expedition.
Rafting Ten Mile Creek – The newest commercially rafted river in Colorado! The headwaters begin at Copper Mountain and the creek tangles along I-70 where experienced boaters only get a glimpse of it for a few short days, if it has a season at all.
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