World Class White Water Rafting Trips on the Colorado River
The Colorado River has world famous rapids
With over 1400 miles of river to choose from, the Colorado River is known the world over for its premier whitewater. The Colorado has something for everyone, including “big water” chasers, who are longing to feel the rush of the river, and navigate through the intense rapids that only elite paddlers are daring enough to attempt. As we watch the snow fall on the Colorado mountains, all we can think is: Gore Canyon is going to be awesome this 2016 rafting season.
Gore Canyon is the perfect rafting trip for experienced paddlers
Gore Canyon is not for the faint of heart, but if you’ve got the skills – and our guides will make sure you do before heading out – then we’re ready to take you out for some Class V+ action. This infamous stretch of big drops and pumping white water is enough to satisfy even the most experienced paddlers and adrenaline junkies.
We don’t waste any time as we drop our rafts or kayaks deep within the Rocky Mountains near Longs Peak, and Estes Park, and right away we feel the power of Gore Canyon. Don’t spend too much time taking in the scenery, as the fast-paced rapids require your full attention.
25% Off on Colorado River – Little Gore Canyon 1-4 day trips
If you’re just in it for the thrill of it, rafting Gore Canyon for a day may be all you need. But, if you want to let your heart rate slow down, follow our guides down the 90 miles stretch from Gore Canyon to the much mellower, family friendly, “take in the surroundings and relax” section of the Colorado called Little Gore Canyon.
This trip, whether you’re racing down Gore Canyon, or enjoying some family time on Little Gore Canyon, the Colorado River has a rich history, and spectacular Rocky Mountain surroundings. The Colorado River is a sight to see, so take a few days with us and experience this historic river, with it’s thrilling white water.