What do I need for river rafting?
Bathing Suit – this is the base layer to wear under the rest of the gear we provide. Towel – for changing back into your dry and comfortable land clothes after the trip. Water – for longer trips in the summer heat you’ll want to stay hydrated. Emergency Medication – where you go, your emergency medication must go.
How much does it cost to raft the Colorado River?
One-Day Whitewater Rafting | $360
Bus to the Colorado River departs the Route 66 Park at 8 a.m. Minimum Age for this tour is 8 years.
Do you need a permit to float the Colorado River?
Though a permit is required, the Ruby-Horsethief section of the Colorado River is some of the most scenic and fun stretches of flat water that you can find and is an ideal place to enjoy a day on the river.
Can you bring a backpack white water rafting?
We can provide guests with two waterproof bags to carry all their gear. This includes a 16″ × 2′ bag for sleeping gear and clothes, as well as a smaller day bag to access on the raft during the floats.
How long does it take to raft the Colorado River?
The Full Canyon experience can be had in a minimum of 7 days in a motorized raft or can last up to 15 days in an oar-powered raft.
How much does it cost to raft down the Grand Canyon?
Grand Canyon National Park: Rafting Costs
A vacation whitewater rafting in Grand Canyon ranges from $360 for a motorized one-day to $6899 for an 18-day oar trip. Once on the water, trips are all inclusive with no additional costs.
Do you need a permit to float the Grand Canyon?
A river permit is required for noncommercial river travel on the Colorado River through Grand Canyon National Park.
Can you raft the Grand Canyon without a guide?
But it is possible to do a self-guided river tour at the bottom of the Grand Canyon with a Non-Commercial River Permit. River trips can also include other adventurous activities like hiking, canyoneering, and rock climbing.
Can you float through the Grand Canyon?
The Grand Canyon is one of the world’s preeminent backcountry experiences. More than 20,000 people float through the canyon every year and more would if they could.