Fantastic rafting in beautiful Summit County
blue river overview
The Blue offers up a healthy dose of whitewater within close proximity to Summit County. After winding its way down through Breckenridge, pouring into Dillon Reservoir, it begins a new journey northward through spectacular wild country before meeting up with the Colorado River near Kremmling.
• Difficulty: Class II- IV (What does this mean?)
• Season: May – June
White Water Rafting Trips on the Blue River:
Trip Lengths: 1/4 Day (Upper)
Learn More: www.whitewatercolorado.com ~ 877.747.7238
What people are saying
Lydia filled us with confidence. She was skilled and knowledgeable and explained each set of rapids so we knew what to expect. She was great company and we had the best experience. She was brilliant.
I cannot wait to come back! Also loved how funny all the guides were. It was the most I’ve seen my sister laugh in a long time! Thank you so much for this amazing experience.
I spent several days researching various rafting options and after speaking w/your team was sold. We were not disappointed-the trip is spectacular and our guide Sean was informative, lively professional and entertaining.
Information for Blue River Self-Guided Boaters:
The Blue River is in the White River National Forest and is managed by the U.S. Forest Service.
- Boating Permit Required: NO
- Permit Details: No fee of any kind is required to float the river within the National Forest on public lands.
- River Manager: US Forest Service – Dillon Ranger District
680 Blue River Parkway, Po Box 620, Silverthorne, CO 80498
970.468.5400 ~ www.fs.usda.gov/main/whiteriver
If shuttle service is available, information is listed under the specific section page.