What is the best month to go white water rafting?
If you are less experienced in white water rafting or perhaps looking for a less challenging adventure for your group or family, then July through August are the best months to go rafting. The weather is typically quite warm and dry during this time of year and the water levels are lower.
What is the best time of year to raft the Colorado river?
The best time to raft in Colorado is between May – September. It’s possible to raft in Colorado starting in the early spring all the way through early fall, and the best trip for you could fall at anytime throughout depending on what experience you are looking for on the river.
How long is white water rafting season?
Occasionally, trips can run as early as April, and if water levels allow the season can extend into October, but typically Labor Day weekend is when it all concludes.
Can you whitewater raft in Colorado in March?
Loveland or A-Basin ski areas in Colorado have long been known for running the longest season in the region for the ski and snowboard industry. Raft Masters runs the longest season of whitewater rafting trips in the Royal Gorge region, running trips from March through mid-October.
Is it better to go rafting in the morning or afternoon?
Morning rafting trips can be cooler but tend to have clearer weather and the river is less crowded than in the afternoon, when it can be warm but windy.
What months Can you white water raft in Colorado?
Colorado’s whitewater rafting season runs from late April through mid September. We recommend guests looking for the ultimate Colorado whitewater rafting experience to book a trip from June – August, though early and late season conditions can still be a ton of fun!
Is upper or lower Grand Canyon rafting better?
The best answer to this question is – both. In reality, both the Upper Canyon and the Lower Canyon are great for rafting, offer a lot of miles full of fun in the raft, and you can never go wrong. That is why some travellers split the experience in half and decide to visit both areas.