Fisher Towers


Hittle Bottom to Takeout Beach
  • 7, 13 or 24 river miles
  • Class I to III

Spectacular scenery characterizes this moderate stretch of the Colorado . Day trips begin upstream of Moab and finish next to Arches National Park . This section is named for the prominent series of rock towers that can be seen from the river. At over 900 feet tall, "Titan," (the highest tower), was dubbed " Utah 's sky scraper rock" by National Geographic. On this run, guests will experience fun rapids (class I and II) enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. Most companies use both oar raft and inflatable kayak, so you can sample various levels of "adventure."

Colorado River Fisher Towers Rafting Trip in Utah

Families looking for a unique family vacation should try a Fisher Towers overnight adventure, which begins at the historic Dewey Bridge . Upon completion in 1916, it was the longest suspension bridge west of the Mississippi . This, two-day journey features great views of "Postcard Alley" so be sure to have your camera close by. The Onion Creek beach camp affords kids the opportunity to build sand castles or mix up a few mud pies. At night, you can watch the moonrise behind the towers or look for shooting stars in the dazzling night sky. Your guide will prepare delicious meals and you can share a few stories around a campfire. The Fisher Towers overnight raft trip guarantees to make memories that will last a lifetime.

Prices start from:

  • 1/2 day morning - $39 per person
  • 1/2 day mid- morning - $46 per person
  • 1/2 day afternoon - $39 per person
  • 1 day - $51 per person
  • 2 days - $195 per person

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