All Summit County trips depart from our outpost in Frisco, a 15 minute drive from our Breckenridge booking desk.

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KODI Rafting – Breckenridge Booking Desk
Inside Lone Star Sports
110 South Park Avenue
Breckenridge, CO

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River trips do not depart from our Breckenridge booking desk. The nearest location for departures is just up the road in Frisco!

Here are some popular trip locations for guests staying in Breckenridge:

The Best White Water Rafting Near Breckenridge, CO

The small mountain town of Breckenridge is internationally known as a skiing destination. But when the snow melts and the wildflowers bloom, it’s also an incredible destination for other outdoor adventures. Positioned right at the base of the range, the Blue River that flows from the town of  Breckenridge offers some of the best white water rafting around. While our closest white water location is close by in Frisco, it’s an easy trip for visitors staying in Breckenridge, or anyone wishing to see this sleep ski town from a whole new point of view as you go careering down the rapids. 

Do I Need Experience?

While white water rafting can be a family-friendly activity suitable for many ages, it’s important to make sure you are booking a trip that fits your particular skill set. Our closest white water rafting location near Breckenridge, CO, is close by in Frisco and offers two trips. The first, Blue River, is a short 90 minute trip with class II-III rapids, appropriate for most ages. We also offer the more intense class IV Ten Mile Creek trip for more experienced rafters. 

Is White Water Rafting Safe?

With our licensed professionals at your side, white water rafting in Breckenridge, CO, can be a safe, fun family activity. Here are a few basic tips for staying safe on your trip.

  • Always keep your life jacket securely fastened. No matter what.
  • Always wear your helmet, even if you’re an experienced rafter. 
  • Learn how to hold the paddle properly from your guide. Holding the paddle wrong can result in serious injury if it hits a rock the wrong way. 
  • Stay in the boat! If you fall out your guide will instruct you on whether or not to head for shore  or to swim back to the boat.
  • If you have to swim to shore, never try to stand up and walk in the current.
  • Take the time to learn the commands! Your guide will go over them in the safety meeting, and they’re important to know in case of an emergency. 
  • Pay attention to your guide! Your guide is there to help you have a great trip. Listening closely and following directions will ensure everyone has fun. 

KODI Rafting is more than just rafting, despite our name. Our adventure specialists can do it all, and they’re happy to take you along for the ride. Whether it’s whitewater thrills, ziplining chills, or snowmobiling across the mountainsides, we’re here to show you the best sides of Colorado. We are happy to plan your custom package.