30 minutes west of Denver, Clear Creek is a steep, narrow, technical
river that is both challenging and fun. With more convenience
and less congestion than most rivers, you'll find it is the
perfect place to raft!
in an historic mining valley, beautiful Colorado scenery complements
your exciting whitewater adventure. On our more difficult trips
the rapids come one right after another, but if you look carefully,
you may spot muskrat, beaver, deer, bighorn sheep, or even an
occasional bear or mountain lion!
an average gradient of 67 feet per mile, and over 100 feet per
mile on the advanced section, Clear Creek offers more rapids
than most commercially rafted rivers in the state. Beginners
are thrilled that an entry level trip has this much whitewater.
Intermediate rafters find their trips exhilarating. And with
the Advanced Full Day dropping over 1300 vertical feet and boasting
over 30 major rapids, even the most seasoned rafters agree-this
trip is not for the faint of heart!
do people describe an Arkansas River rafting experience? Exciting
Any one of the Arkansas' 250,000 annual rafters will tell you
the same thing-the waves are big and the scenery is spectacular!
Responses like these have helped make the Arkansas River one
of the nation's most popular whitewater rafting destinations.
can often catch a glimpse of deer, elk, bighorn sheep, or heron
along the banks as they experience world-class whitewater. Choose
a half-day or full-day trip to create memories that will last
at the beauty of the majestic Royal Gorge. You'll find some
of Colorado's best whitewater here, deep within this 1000-foot
canyon, and a spectacular view of the world's highest suspension
bridge. Or, if you are less experienced or have children delight
in the rolling waves of Bighorn Sheep Canyon.