Colorado River Rafting Ultimate Guide
This guide to Rafting in Colorado will help you select the best (and most appropriate) whitewater rafting trip.
Whether you want advanced whitewater or family-friendly rafting, we can help you make the right decision.
Learn the details of every section of every rafting river in the state of Colorado. Rafting in Colorado can be
done with an outfitter or with your own boat.
The Arkansas River attracts rafting enthusiasts from around the world, making it the world’s most popular whitewater rafting location.
The North Platte is one of Colorado’s only remaining free-flowing white water rivers.
From its official start near Almont, CO the Gunnison transforms from mild whitewater to extremely technical and back again.
The Dolores is a classic western river, unspoiled, with a majestic desert backdrop.
Flowing through meadows, valleys, and canyons, the Upper Colorado offers up mellow, scenic float trips & intense whitewater.
The Salt River is a hidden whitewater gem nestled among the cliffs and towering saguaro of central Arizona.
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We have listed a recommended outfitter on every commercially raftable section of every river in Colorado.
Our recommendation is based on insider knowledge of Colorado’s quality rafting companies. Some sections of river don’t have outfitters
recommended for then and this is usually due to limits such as lack of rapids, development, or lack of access.
If a river has an outfitter, we have a suggestion! Please browse this site to discover the best place to go to rafting in
Colorado not only with a recommended outfitter but you can also discover all the details you need to
know to run all Coloroado’s rivers on your own. More details like maps, photos and planning resources are available.