Estes Park Rafting Near Mountain Shadows Resort
Plan your Estes Park rafting trip today!
The Colorado and Poudre Rivers have terrain that’s suitable for rafters of all ages and abilities! There are many different touring agencies located in the Estes Park area for these trips; a few major examples are highlighted below.
The first, A1 Whitewater Rafting, has been guiding Poudre river trips for 30 years. Their standard, the Whitewater Trip, covers a few exciting rapids without becoming too overwhelming. Their Wild & Scenic trip is more challenging, but features especially beautiful views as well. A full-day outing, lasting 22 miles with a deli-style lunch, is also offered.
For an action-packed time, see Mountain Whitewater Descents’ half-day Plunge trip, which features five rapids. However, don’t worry about safety: the company ensures that each trip is accommodated by a safety kayak or cataraft. Each boat also comes with extra handles to keep you safe—and free fleeces to keep you warm. Full day and two-day trips are also available.
The Colorado River is located slightly farther away than the Poudre, but you can make up for the driving time with a full day’s worth of rafting. Rapid Transit Rafting’s 12-mile stretch of the Colorado is an even day: perfect for relaxing and floating most of the time, with a few small rapids thrown in. On its way, this Estes Park rafting trip the trip passes by natural hot springs and miner cabins over 100 years old. A picnic lunch and transportation is included.
Finally, trip options ranging in difficulty and distance can be found with Colorado Whitewater Rafting, which covers Clear Creek, the Upper Colorado and Blue River.
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