KODI Rafting offers guided raft trips for every ability and comfort level — from 1/3 day beginner floats to multi-night, wet and wild, whitewater excursions. All guided raft trips include the some of best, most experienced guides in the business, all the necessary equipment (Personal Flotation Devices, and helmet when and where needed) and transportation to and from the river from your designated Outpost. In addition, some of our trips include meals and other activities. Please consult one of our reservation specialists with any questions regarding specific raft trips and activities. Remember: trip difficulty and minimum ages will vary due to water levels. We tend to see more water volume during our spring runoff which usually happens in May and June.
Family/Beginner Raft Trips – CLASS I-II:
Do you have young children? We offer raft trips for families with children as young as 4 years old! We at KODI want to make sure that we turn everyone on to the river, especially our younger guests. The Colorado River options make a great starting point for families with younger kiddos or those who are just looking for a scenic float though a beautiful canyon. These trips will offer a few rapids thrown in for fun – you might get splashed, but you shouldn’t get soaked unless you decide you would like to take a dip in one of the slow pools of the river. Click here for a description of Class I – II.
- Upper Colorado Full Day
- Upper Colorado 1/2 Day
- Upper Colorado Overnight
- Big Bend 1/2 Day
- Big Bend Duckie
Beginner/Intermediate Rafting Trips for Families, Friends & Groups – CLASS II-III:
Our Beginner/Intermediate raft trips offer great scenery and/or history (depending on your trip selection). These trips will offer fun rapids for the beginner or veteran rafter. These trips offer a great mix of whitewater and float giving you time to enjoy the scenery, or share some stories of the river with your guide. These Beginner/Intermediate Rafting Trip options are suitable for most ages and all experience levels, as our minimum ages start at 7 for these Raft Trips your teenagers will still have a great time on these rivers. Click here for a description of Class II-III.
- Browns Canyon Full Day
- Browns Canyon ½ Day
- Blue River – Blue Zip and Raft
- Clear Creek 1/3 Day
- Upper Colorado Duckie ½ Day
- Upper Colorado Duckie Full Day
- Browns Canyon Overnight
- Big Bend 1/2 Day
- Big Bend Duckie
Intermediate/Advanced Rafting Trips – CLASS II-IV:
Our Intermediate/Advanced raft trips add more excitement and are a step up from our Beginner/Intermediate Rafting Trips. With larger and longer rapids, mixed with a few stretches of calm for relaxation and site seeing. Your group will get a wet and wild experience, but also have time to take in the beauty of Colorado’s high country. Click here for a description of Class II-IV.
KODI’s Advanced Whitewater Rafting Trips – CLASS III-IV:
Our advanced whitewater trips are sure to get your adrenaline pumping and your heart racing. For the more experienced rafter looking for a wild, wet thrill-ride down class some great whitewater. Click here for a description of Class III – IV.
- Numbers Full Day
- Numbers ½ Day
- Clear Creek ½ Day Advanced
- Ten Mile Creek
- Arkansas River Experience
- Brown’s Canyon Extreme
- Rio Futaleufu and Rio Azul – Patagonia, Chile – 10 Day Trip (CLASS II-V)
Our package tours include zip line tours, horse back riding. We do our best to custom your trip as necessary!
RIVER CLASSIFICATIONS/RATING THE RAPIDS:
- Class I: Moving water, riffles, small waves
- Class II: Easy rapids, waves, clear channels
- Class III: Large waves, obstacles, narrow passages
- Class IV: Long rapids, unavoidable waves, many obstacles
- Class V: Violent rapids, extremely difficult, unseen hazards
***River conditions and ratings change with flow levels.***
You participate in rafting and related activities at your own risk, and we ask that you choose a trip within you and your groups personal limits. Anyone within your group with any medical conditions, physical limitations, is seriously overweight, PREGNANT or presumed to be pregnant should consult a physician prior to any river trip. All participants are required to sign a release and indemnity agreement and acknowledgement and assumption of risk form. You can learn more about “Rafters Responsibility” here.