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Whitewater rafting Siedel’s Suckhole in Lower Browns Canyon of the Arkansas River Siedel’s Suckhole One of the most famous rapids on the Arkansas River is Siedel’s Suckhole in Lower Browns Canyon. It has been the nemesis of rookie raft guides for decades, but to the joy and delight of willing rafting participants. You too can … read more
Join us for the CKS Unofficial Race to the Grill Series every Wednesday in July at the River Runners Riverside Grill – five miles south of Buena Vista, Colo. Be sure to arrive no later than 6:00 pm
A wild Colorado whitewater rafting experience High water Numbers rafting Runoff is mid-May through mid-June The Numbers is a class IV-V section of the Arkansas River located north of Buena Vista, Colorado. It is widely known for having the most continuous whitewater in Colorado. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife regulates whitewater rafting companies on … read more
Choosing the best Colorado whitewater rafting trip for your group can be a daunting task. Let River Runners help you with the booking process for your next (or first) whitewater adventure.
River Runners offers guided raft trips through the Royal Gorge of the Arkansas River. This is the upper end of commercial rafting in the Royal Gorge, which means world-class whitewater.
The Upper Arkansas River Basin Snowpack is 134% of average and water managers have started releases from Clear Creek and Twin Lakes Reservoirs to make room for the spring runoff.
For some of you the idea of a whitewater river trip may conjure up images from disturbing Hollywood movies like Deliverance… See what it’s really like whitewater rafting in Colorado.
River Runners is proud to be a part of this cooperative effort, which helps keep flows high enough for whitewater rafting Colorado‘s Upper Arkansas River throughout the summer.