White water rafting in Colorado is a must for an unforgettable Rocky mountain. We are still narrating river stories after several years and lots of river miles, and we would like to include you in our next river story. One thing you will love about rafting in Colorado are the many options available regardless of your age or experience. From duckie/kayaking to whitewater fun, top of your Colorado vacation with some fresh air on one of our many rivers.

If you are planning to try white water rafting in Colorado be sure to consider where you will be traveling from, time of the year, and what you are wanting to get out of your experience.. The melting mountain snow in May and June makes some rivers run faster., but don’t let this fool you as a novice rafter can still enjoy the river this time of year. The rivers tend to be milder in August and September as temperatures drop and snow falls at higher altitudes. Regardless of time of year we have many options convenient to your Colorado home-base.

Our expert guides  are professionals with all the expertise required to guide you safely down the river. KODI Rafting is a licensed river outfitter and we adhere to all regulations set forth by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, from training to river protocol, your safety is our number one priority. Check out our core safety measures and advice on choosing the best whitewater rafting outfitter here.

We Offer the Best White Water Rafting in Colorado

KODI Rafting provides the best Colorado white water rafting trips. We will help you raft on different Colorado Rivers including: 

  • The Arkansas River: This river is Colorado’s most popular river. The variety of river trip options here offer the best mix of Colorado whitewater. This river runs all season long.  Located in Buena Vista, CO this is “fourteener” country. The Arkansas River is situated amidst the most 14 thousand foot peaks in the State from beginner to advanced rafting options. Horseback riding, zip line adventures and hot springs are also nearby.
  • Clear Creek: Surrounded by breathtaking high alpine forest, Clear Creek’s rapids are perfect for both novice and experienced paddlers alike. Located just a short drive from Denver and the mountains, Clear Creek Canyon is an up and coming Colorado rafting destination. 
  • Blue River: A raft trip on this river is typically an early-season run and is dependent on snowpack and water release from upstream Dillon Reservoir. Three daily departures on this  Class III section are perfect for beginners and experienced rafters alike. We call this our “quick-hitter” with a total round trip time commitment of about 2 ½ hours – an hour of which is spent rafting through high alpine forest and snow-capped peaks. The Blue River makes up for a shorter trip with classic white water, scenic drifting and convenient to your Summit County home-base.
  • Upper Colorado: Colorado white water rafting trips on this river is perfect for people looking for an easy, mellow float trip and mild whitewater paired with stunning canyon scenery and wildlife sightings.The area is considered a high alpine desert and usually has warmer air temps than some of the other locations we service.
  • Dolores River: Loved by rafters due to its rich history and surrounding scenery. the Dolores River is located near Cortez, CO. This is a multi-day trip and is an early season run. 

If you want to experience the best white water rafting in Colorado you’ve come to the right place – KODI Rafting and the KODI Family are here for you!

Choose KODI Rafting for the Best Rafting Experience in Colorado

There isn’t a best time to go white water rafting in Colorado. It all depends on the kind of ride you want to experience and KODI Rafting can make that happen. We are centrally located to all of the top river rafting destinations in Colorado. Call us today and we will hand-craft a trip based on what works best for you. The best time to go white water rafting in Colorado is now! Our service areas include Frisco, Breckenridge, Buena Vista, Denver,  Idaho Springs and Kremmling, CO.