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¾ Day – Kayak or Raft – Gunnison River (Gunnison Gorge NCA)

Enjoy a relaxing 7.5 mile paddle on the Class II waters of the Lower Gunnison River. This section of the river offers fun splashy waves and plenty of fun for the whole family, without the technical skill needed on the bigger water. A National Conservation Area, managed by BLM, with excellent opportunities for solitude, wildlife […]
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Full Day – Rafting – San Miguel River

Winding through the majestic San Juan Mountains in the shadows of 14,000 foot Mount Wilson, the San Miguel River is one of Colorado’s most spectacular and least known river runs. Rafting near Telluride on continuous Class II and III+ whitewater provide great whitewater action as the river makes its way through red-rock walls, scenic sandstone canyons […]
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½ Day – Rafting – San Miguel River

Winding through the majestic San Juan Mountains in the shadows of 14,000 foot Mount Wilson, the San Miguel River is one of Colorado’s most spectacular and least known river runs. Just outside of Telluride, rafting continuous Class II and III+ whitewater provide great whitewater action as the river makes its way through red-rock walls, scenic […]
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½ Day – Rafting – Uncompahgre River

Experience this untamed section of continuous rapids (II-III) on the Uncompahgre River! Near Ouray this 10 mile stretch is the perfect choice for those looking for a fun paddle boat run and incredible scenery! Exclusive private access to the narrows section of the Uncompahgre River provides a unique and remote experience for paddlers. We are […]
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Full Day – Rafting – Gunnison River – (Gunnison Gorge NCA “Wilderness”)

LIMITED ENTRY. The ideal way to see the Gunnison Gorge / Black Canyon – from the inside! A true wilderness experience, this 14 mile river section combines incredible wildlife and scenery with class III-IV whitewater through one of the most spectacular canyons in Colorado. Join us on a hike to the put-in from the canyon […]
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