Rafting, Rapids, & Locations

Experience a beautiful, leisurely whitewater rafting trip down the Upper Colorado River taking in the surrounding wilderness. It’s a slower pace and more of a leisurely float, so being along your camera for some amazing shots as you wind your way through a canyon and see the surrounding wildlife. If you’re lucky you might just catch a shot of a bald eagle or a deer! 

Lunch/Drinks are included with the trip and it usually lasts from 9am start time to 4pm return time. 

*Upper Colorado Rafting Float is NOT the same as active rafting on Clear Creek. Guests are shuttled to the put-in at the Pumphouse Campgrounds about 1 hour and 30 minutes form our adventure park. We are also able to meet at the Upper Colorado River: Co Hwy 106, Kremmling, CO 80459. *All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management

Minimum age requirement: 5 years old (must be at least 50 lbs)

*Group Minimum of 4 to Book

Rapids: Class I and II

Price: Mon-Th: $99, Fri-Sun: $109

Raft & Camp: Turn it into a 1 or 2 Night Camping Trip!

Why just raft when you can Raft & Camp? Experience a 2 to 3 day journey down the Upper Colorado River while camping in the surrounding wilderness! *Food/Drinks and Tents provided

Price Per Person for 2 Day Trip: $269 Mon-Th, $299 Fri-Sun

Price Per Person for 3 Day Trip: $369 Mon-Th, $399 Fri-Sun

No Colorado vacation is complete without whitewater rafting. And Clear Creek rafting is one of the most popular kinds of rafting in Colorado.

The Clear Creek rafting season usually only lasts a month or two so make sure not to miss out. Choose and you can choose between Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced rafting. 

*Booking to raft on Clear Creek between August 1st -15th is tentative depending on water level, but we can switch guests to rafting on the Upper Colorado River or apply credit towards another activity if Clear Creek is running too low.

Beginner whitewater rafting is great for groups who want to get their feet wet and experience rafting for the first time. There is a great balance between moments of paddling and action as well as scenic floats along the creek. 

Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes 

Start Times: 9am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm

Minimum Age/Weight: 5 years old and at least 50 lbs 

Put In: Chicago Creek, Take Out: Kermits 

Rapids Class I – III

Here’s a Helpful Guide to Rapid Classification

Price per Person: $59 

For those who want a step-up from Beginner rafting, there’s the Intermediate option. You’ll start the journey on the Intermediate section  and then you’ll move through the beginner section and then venture into another Intermediate section at the end. 

Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes

Start Time: 9am, 12:30pm, 3:30pm

Minimum Age: 12 years old

Put In: Dumont, Take Out: Town Park

Rapids Class: I – IV

Here’s a Helpful Guide to Rapid Classification

Price per Person: $69 

Whether you’ve rafted before or not and you want something challenging and thrilling, you can take on Advanced rafting!  This trek includes the canyon section which has Class IV and V rapids. 

Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes

Start Time: 9am or 3:30pm

Minimum Age: 14 years old

Put In: Canyon or Lawson, Take Out: Kermits

Rapids Class: I – V

Here’s a Helpful Guide to Rapid Classification

Price per Person: $79

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