River Adventures

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Enjoy fishing for elusive trout from a clear high alpine lake or take an exciting whitewater rafting trip down a raging river. However you wish to explore Colorado’s waterways we can create the perfect experience for you. Our custom and private trips lets friends and families safely experience Colorado’s waterways in new and inspirational ways.

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Experience Colorado’s adventurous side by speeding through heart-pounding rapids on a scenic mountain river. Our whitewater raft trips are perfect for adrenaline junkies or families looking for a day of excitement. We offer rafting at two different locations, Clear Creek and the Upper Colorado River. 

Located in Idaho Springs less than an hour outside of Denver, Clear Creek is the steepest raftable river in Colorado and guaranteed to get your heart pounding. There are beginner, intermediate, and advanced half-day trips available. Clear Creek also boasts a zipline area, which can be combined with a half day of rafting for a full day of excitement!

If you’re looking for a more mellow full day float, check out our Upper Colorado trips. Floats down the Upper C take you through scenic canyons, past hot springs, fossils, abundant wildlife, and over some awesome rapids. The area’s proximity to the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park makes it easy to add into a multi-sport trip. Spend a day rafting down the scenic Upper Colorado, camp downstream at the Rancho Del Rio Resort, then head out for a backpacking trek through the Rockies. This area is also a pristine destination for anglers, and we offer full-day fishing floats as well. 

Here are some examples of River Adventures we have custom created for Groups recently.

  • 2 days of rafting and 3 days of fishing.
  • 2 day overnight adventure on the Upper Colorado and 3 days of River skills clinics
  • Full day of float fishing on the Upper Colorado River in a wooden drift boat
  • 6 day fly fishing guide training course for aspiring anglers and anyone wanting to improve their fly fishing learning curve.