Colorado River Rafting

Colorado River Rafting

Most Colorado River rafting trips begin at Lee's Ferry, located about 54 miles from Page, AZ. Page is the biggest town near the boat ramp, so many river runners supply their trips in Page. There are several Colorado River rafting trips to choose from; guests can do everything from just a calm, one day float trip upriver through Horseshoe Bend up to Glen Canyon Dam, or go big and do a 28 day white water river trip down through the Grand Canyon. There are a dozen types of river trips in between, but going rafting down the Colorado River is certainly an adventure you should consider. Going downstream through the Grand Canyon does require a permit for both commerical and private river trips. There is no exception to this! The Grand Canyon has class 5 rapids and requires previous river experience in order to manage this trip safely. However, going upstream from Lee's Ferry does not require a permit. Lee's Ferry to Glen Canyon Dam is about 15 miles each way. You can go on a guided river trip from Lee's Ferry to Glen Canyon Dam, or if you'd like a little more self-guided experience, you can hire a powerboat to take you up to Glen Canyon Dam. From there, you can disembark the powerboat and get on your own watercraft such as a kayak, small rafting boat or even a paddleboard for a 15 mile float trip back down to Lee's Ferry. There are no services provided and no really good bailout options on this portion of the canyon. Make sure you have all the supplies you need to do this float trip safely. Every now and then, private fishing boats and a few guided tour boats come around. But please do no rely on them for your safety. Also, please practice good judgement and enviromental ethics when enjoying the truley breathtaking experience.

Arizona Highlights Day Trip: Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon with River Rafting
Arizona Highlights Day Trip: Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon with River Rafting
Explore the Grand Canyon from the land, air, and water on this full-day sightseeing adventure. Experience a 1-hour flight over the Grand Canyon’s East Rim, the Colorado River, and Lake Powell en route to Page, Arizona. Then take a 1.5-hour tour of Antelope Canyon with an American Indian gu
Explore the Grand Canyon from the land, air, and water on this full-day sightseeing adventure. Experience a 1-hour flight over the Grand Canyon’s East Rim, the Colorado River, and Lake Powell en route to Page, Arizona. Then take a 1.5-hour tour of Antelope Canyon with an American Indian guide, followed by a leisurely, 4.5-hour, motorized rafting trip along the Colorado River, including a scenic 30-minute hike and a stop to shop for Navajo crafts.
Grand Canyon White Water Rafting Trip from Las Vegas
Grand Canyon White Water Rafting Trip from Las Vegas
Enjoy a thrilling, full-day of whitewater rafting down the Colorado River. Challenge the mighty Colorado River’s varied rapids on a 40-mile journey through the Grand Canyon, taking a side hike to a travertine waterfall along the way. A boxed lunch and a hotel pickup and drop-off are includ
Enjoy a thrilling, full-day of whitewater rafting down the Colorado River. Challenge the mighty Colorado River’s varied rapids on a 40-mile journey through the Grand Canyon, taking a side hike to a travertine waterfall along the way. A boxed lunch and a hotel pickup and drop-off are included.To

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