Eagle River White Water Rafting Description:
Beginning near Vail, the Eagle River is one of the few free-flowing rivers in the state. Named by the Ute Indians because its many tributaries resemble the many feathers of an Eagle’s tail, this river offers early season variety for everyone on either the Upper or Lower section.
• Difficulty: Class III-IV (What does this mean?)
• Season: May – June
White Water Rafting Trips on the Eagle River:
Eagle River Rafting Sections:
Float through the resort town of Vail on this continuous and forceful offshoot of the Eagle River.
This section is fast-paced, steep and narrow creating great non-stop action close to Vail, Beaver Creek and Avon.
Upper Eagle River
Swift and mild, the Upper Eagle is a great option for those looking for a gentle rafting experience.
Lower Eagle River
Class II-III (V)
Gentle rapids give boaters a taste of whitewater in a scenic canyon setting.