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Whitewater Rafting in Summit County

Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne

Whitewater Rafting Trips

Since 1976, Wilderness Aware has set high standards that we are endlessly striving to surpass. We have been recognized as an industry leader, having won the “Colorado Recreation and Tourism Company of the Year” and “Colorado Service Company of the Year” awards, two of Colorado’s most prestigious business honors. At Wilderness Aware we are dedicated to providing you with the best possible rafting experience, regardless of skill level. For reservations call 1.800.462.7238

Paddle Colorado offers daily raft trips all summer long, both full and half day, on the beautiful and historic Upper Colorado River. This stretch is perfect for families and first-timers alike and because it is such an important waterway, even in low snowpack years there is plenty of water to ride. On a trip with Paddle Colorado one gets the feeling of truly being out in the wilderness, away from it all. For reservations, call (970) 631-8266 or (888) 661-0886

Arkansas Valley Adventures has the perfect Colorado adventure for you. They have over 17 years of Colorado whitewater rafting experience. Choose from mild to wild river rafting trips, featuring options for all ages and abilities. AVA runs 8 Colorado Rivers, including the famous Arkansas River. They will find the perfect rafting trip for you. Beginners always get a fun introduction to Colorado whitewater rafting. Intermediate rafting trips get a little more exciting and are perfect for most families. They also have some awesome Advanced whitewater rafting adventures that are physically active. For adrenaline junkies they have Advanced Plus river rafting that is physically challenging and full of Class V action.

Colorado white water rafting with KODI Rafting is a great way to enjoy a unique Colorado experience.

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Additional Information on Whitewater Rafting Trips

  • Reservations required!
  • Prices and information are subject to change without notice
  • Prices and policies vary by vendor, please check with them for details
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What to Bring on a Whitewater Rafting Trip

Day Rafting Trip

  • Quick drying swimsuit/shorts
  • Hat or visor
  • Shoes that stay securely on your feet (tennis shoes, water shoes, or sports sandals) No flip-flops please
  • Sunglasses with strap
  • Sunscreen & lip protection
  • Water bottle
  • Money (for souvenirs, photographs & Guide Gratuity)

Overnight Rafting Trip

  • Extra shoes, warm jacket
  • Wool/warm hat
  • Change of clothes
  • Raincoat
  • Toiletries
  • Flashlight
  • Personal liquor/soda (camp only)
  • Fishing gear
  • Camp toys (Frisbee, cards, etc)
  • Plastic bags (for wet clothes)

Note: On overnight trips, you will receive a detailed packing list

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